The Expressive Arts Group | Salon Shop

Exhibition runs : July 8th ­- July 24th 2016

Opening Fri, July 8th 6- ­9pm

The Salon Shop is Gachet’s micro­ exhibition space and shop that features the artworks, crafts, and other arts objects of local community members, as well as Gachet volunteer, associate and collective members.

Expressive Arts is a weekly community art ­making workshop held at Gallery Gachet every Monday from 1­3pm. Every week, we engage in the process of art­ making as a means of self-expression, soul ­exploration, community ­healing, time­ wasting, socializing, peer­ education and plain old fun. This exhibition is the result of an ongoing process by the group’s fantastic members, and serves as a spotlight on an invaluable community resource.

Contributing artists: Jim Pattison, Graham Cunningham, Laurie Marshall, Mike Levin, Yaho-Hanan Fiwchuk, Jaz Pawa, Robyn Livingstone.

Exhibition coordinated by Katherine Somody, Expressive Arts Facilitator

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