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October 1-4, 2020
Bonavista, NL

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Cultural Innovation
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Innovation in craft was critical to the survival and daily life of Newfoundland & Labrador residents. Expanding on our cultural heritage and to celebrate Canada's Craft Year 2020, Craft @ the Edge: A Handmade Future will showcase creative and ground-breaking approaches in many craft mediums during a 4 day international arts festival on the Bonavista Peninsula.

Looking at contemporary craft through a historical lens, Craft @ the Edge: a Handmade Future will bring together makers and thinkers from multiple disciplines to take the pulse of the province’s current and developing craft practices, uncovering the exciting potential and broader context of making.

Join us from October 1-4, 2020 on the eastern edge of Canada to discover the future of the handmade!

30

Engaging speakers & instructors

350+

Hours of workshop content

4

Days of cultural innovation
& learning

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Not-to-be-missed
networking opportunity

// 2020
Bonavista Peninsula
Newfoundland & Labrador
October
1-4
sessions & workshops

Featured Speakers & Instructors

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Anita Singh

Encaustic Painter

Canada
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Tim Eads

Artist and Master Printer

United States of America
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Naomi Lindenfeld

Ceramic Artist

United States of America
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Everett Wong

Knitwear Designer

Canada
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Michael Flaherty

Pottery Artist

Canada
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Andrea Tsang Jackson

Contemporary Quilting

Canada
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Simone Simons

Grass Weaver

Spain
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Jennifer Judge

Sculpture and Glass Artist

Canada
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Platinum Partners

Special thanks to our Platinum Partners and all sponsors for helping to make Craft @ the Edge possible.

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Bonavista, NL | October 1-4, 2020

Schedule of Events

Subject to change - last updated December 1, 2019
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$500

Early Bird Price
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Deadline
December 31, 2019

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Join over 200 industry professionals and learn more about amazing innovation and creativity happening in Newfoundland & Labrador's craft sector

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Peggy Anderson's handmade seal skin mittens. (Courtesy of Peggy Anderson)
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