All that Crawling can make you hungry.
Whether you’re into ecofriendly apparel or one-off bling, the Crawl has you covered.
The company's principles first led designer Tina Ozols to develop a women’s line of flattering skirts, pants, and other apparel fit for all body types.
Here are a few of the noteworthy new faces on the massive open-studio tour.
“There’s been this cross-pollination of working together over the years, as your skills improve,” says one member.
From knit scarved and tuques to beady-eyed leather creatures, here are the textile items to scope at this year's art-fueled fete.
The Montreal-born designer has crafted everything from sculptural pendant lamps to hanging, cocoonlike chairs and three-dimensional wall pieces.
At the 2018 Eastside Culture Crawl, female sculptors break the mould, wood artists go against the grain, and textile artists weave their magic.
Places to find food and drinks during your crawl.
Here are some more female artists moulding, carving, and assembling a wildly diverse array of sculpture at this year’s Eastside Culture Crawl.
Straight Line Designs catch a wave, James Harry crafts totems from wood and metal, and RJ Designs does cool cribbage.
Cat Mudryk, Veronica Aimone, and Connie Sabo wield stone, metal, and even recycled paper.