About the North Shore Art Crawl

The North Shore Art Crawl is a free community arts event that celebrates the creative energy of our local artists and enables cultural vitality. The objective is to feature artists in approachable and accessible art venues that encourage the community to connect and celebrate expression and diversity. We engage, inspire, and transform the North Shore through inclusive alliances among artists and the community.

Shifting to Online: Artist Stories
Wednesday April 7, 7pm
North Van Arts is excited to host an artist talk with 2021 North Shore Art Crawl participants.

We’re missing in-person experiences this year, so we wanted to hear from the artists and ask how they are finding their way through this pandemic.

Join us to hear from a panel of artists working in various mediums across the North Shore. We’ll be talking about about their triumphs and challenges, connecting with the public, and marketing their work in the digital realm.

The format:
All Online North Shore Art Crawl participants are invited to participate in a Zoom call to listen to the panel, then participate in a conversation to learn more about how artists have been responding to life during a global pandemic.

This artist talk will be live-streamed from our YouTube Channel and will be available for public viewing afterward. Subscribe to North Van Arts here and watch our past videos.

The panelists:

Janice Beaudoin – Acrylic, Mixed Media, Oil

Karole Ducette – Pottery, Ceramics

Esmie  Gayo McLaren – Oil, Watercolour, Acrylic

Meghan Sharir – Oil, Watercolour, Mixed Media

Chris Stiles – Woodwork

Save the Date: Wednesday, April 7th, 2021