The North Vancouver Community Arts Council presents Wonderland

Event Details

CityScape Community Art Space

Opening reception: Thursday, September 18, 7-9pm

Lewis Carroll’s novels Alice in Wonderland, and Through the Looking Glass are monumental pieces of literature. The incredible imaginative world has been admired by a spectrum of individuals. Both children and adults love the play with logic, space, and time and the peculiar characters and creatures in this alternate dream-like world where anything is possible and “everyone’s mad”. The curious wonder and spectacular imagery in these stories inspires artists around the world to create original and creative visuals based on the adventures of Alice in Wonderland and the Looking Glass. The North Vancouver Community Arts Council is thrilled to offer a space for such artists to showcase their ‘Wonderland’ inspired artwork.

This exhibition celebrates these fantastical elements, and characters of the Lewis Carroll novels, Alice in Wonderland, and Through the Looking Glass. Each artist offers a unique approach using a diverse selection of media including etchings, photography, paintings, textile art and assemblages.

Mariko Ando, Jay Cabalu, David Camisa, Myranda Corkum, Marney-Rose Edge, Judith A. Frigon, Stephanie Jager, Heike Kapp, Richard Alan Kent, Camille Mehta, Catherine Nicholls, Elena Perelman, Eileen Soo, Lynne Taylor Fahnestalk

Interactive Community Component:
The Mad Hatter Craft and Tea Party
Saturday, September 27, 2014.
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Drink tea and create a craft inspired by the fantastical elements and characters of the Lewis Carroll novels, Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. This activity is a part of BC’s Culture Days 2014.

All ages – parents are asked to accompany their children.

Please call us at 604-988-6844 for more information about this event.

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