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Stride to Turn the Tide

When: Sunday May 15th, 2011 9:00am

Where: Frank James Park, Campbell River, BC

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On May 15, 2011 Grandmother groups across the country organized walked in support of the courageous and resilient grandmothers of Africa.

Six Glacier Grannies joined a walk in Campbell River. The weather was overcast but not raining, and the Campbell River Grandmother to Grandmother Group organized a wonderful day.

After enjoying the rousing music, and swaying to the beat, the walkers listened to speeches from several Canadian grandmothers who had visited Africa and seen African grandmothers in action.

The walkers were left with a strong feeling of solidarity, both with each other and with their sister-grandmothers in Africa.

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Textiles That Tell a Story

When: Mon Jan 24th, 2011, 1:303:30pm

Where: Berwick Place Community Room, 1700 Comox Avenue, Comox, BC

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One Fair Wage at a Time

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In conjunction with the Textile Art for Africa Exhibition at the Pearl Ellis Gallery, the Comox Valley Glacier Grannies invited the public to hear three of the textile artists speak.
They discussed the process of theming, designing and creating the display of 53 textile art pieces.
The artists leading the talk were Maria BoxChambers and Gillian Farrow.

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Textile Art Exhibition in Comox

When: Wed Jan 19th to Mon Jan 31st, 1-4pm daily

Where: Pearl Ellis Gallery, B-1729 Comox Avenue, Comox BC/p>

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One Note at a Time

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The beautiful “Turning the Tide” Textile Art for Africa Exhibition had its final showing in the Comox Valley! 

The artwork never looked as good as it did in the setting and lights of the Pearl Ellis Gallery.   Many people visiting the show had seen it last year in Courtenay and were coming back to enjoy it again. Others, seeing it for the first time, were amazed by the creativity, the workmanship and the stories behind the pieces.

Appreciations

  • the Peal Ellis Gallery for donating their space and time for the show
  • Sheila and Bob Pollock of the Pearl Ellis Gallery who contributed a lot of time to promoting and helping with the exhibition
  • Maybeth Hoagland  of the Glacier Grannies for co-ordinating this exhibition
  • the many Glacier Grannies who set-up, staffed and took down the show

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