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Past Events

Fri. July 29th 2022
Peter Loebel (Urban Sketching with Watercolour & Ink), Terri Bibby (SAORI Weaving), David Shkolny (Pastels), Suzanne Northcott (Upcycling textiles), Nicholas Pearce (Painting - Face to Figure), Heather Midori Yamada (Nature as Subject), Jean Bradbury (BC Birds in Oils), Eunmi Conacher (Abstract painting), Fredi Rahn (Ceramics - Bowls), Leon Nagasaki (Guitar), Yvonne Blomer , Sandy Harquail (Ceramics - Slab construction), Heather Aston (Monotype Printmaking), Sara Burgess (Paper Extravaganza), Elaine Brewer White (Ceramics - sculpture), Ken Campbell (Abstract thinking), Phyllis Schwartz (Lumen prints), Pyx Sutherland (Brush Dance), Kocassale Dioubate, Jeremy Herndl (Plein air painting), Ellen Statz (Raku), Shary Bartlett ( Fluid mixed media)), Peter Flanagan (Ceramics - throwing), Mo Hamilton (Block printing on textiles) @  Art Workshops: MISSA at Shawnigan Lake School Shawnigan Lake BC (No Minors)
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MISSA

Confirmed: Jun. 2, 2022
PO Box 5065 Victoria BC map
V8R 6N3

Contact Details

Marna
ed@missa.ca
778-966-4772
Hours: Phone 778-966-4772

MISSA (known formerly as the Metchosin International Summer School of the Arts) runs a series of art workshops for two weeks every summer. This year marks the first time at their new location on the lake-side campus of Shawnigan Lake School, in Shawnigan, BC. Workshops are offered in a varied of mediums taught by national and international instructors for both emerging and established adult artists. There are 2-day and 5-day workshops in drawing, painting, creative writing, printmaking, ceramics and more! Plan your summer and join us for some MISSA MAGIC! We are looking forward to seeing you at our in-person event, MISSA 2022 at Shawnigan Lake (July 29 - August 12).



Listed Under:
Visual Arts >> Visual Arts Schools / Instruction
Visual Arts >> Visual Arts Organization / Society / Guild

Listing last confirmed: Jun. 2, 2022

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The Cowichan Valley Regional District is a broad geographic region stretching from the Malahat to North Oyster and from the Cowichan Lake to Thetis Island.

The region's artists are represented by 5 sub-regional arts councils with support from the CVRD Arts and Culture Division