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Roll-out table by Marcus Voraa

June 5, 2017

Originally posted on e MORFES:
Roll-Out Table designed by Marcus Voraa is beechwood crafted finished off with steel and canvas.The length of the table can be adjusted according to the amount you need by rotating the handle. A pair of sliding legs can be re-positioned to provide extra stability. The Concept In our home there…

Tomorrow!

Tomorrow!

June 2, 2017

The CARFAC National Conference and AGM is tomorrow – Saturday, June 3rd! It’s going to be a good weekend, and it’s exciting to know that here will be visual artists from all over the country here this weekend, discussing issues  and advocacy initiatives pertinent to artists’ careers. There’s also going to be programming Saturday Evening […]

Bursaries for Artists!

May 12, 2017

The CARFAC National Conference is coming up soon in Edmonton! Visual Arts Alberta – CARFAC wants to help artists attend, so they are offering bursaries to help with conference costs: Visual Arts Alberta – CARFAC is offering up to six bursaries of $200.00 each to Visual Arts Alberta – CARFAC members living outside of the Greater […]

Playful typographical installations by Michael Pederson

April 17, 2017

Originally posted on e MORFES:
Sydney-based street artist Michael Pederson places his humorous street art creations across parks, suburban streets, and industrial zones in Sydney. Pederson uses easily-removable materials and his clever signs generally last no longer than a month. See more installations on his Tumblr Save Save Save Save Save Save

Went Wandering …

Went Wandering …

April 13, 2017

Wound up in the course of my day’s work wandering through the interwebs, and came across this: It made me quite pleased that I allowed myself a little digression, a little roam through unintended places. Finding unexpected things can be pleasant. Hope you enjoy it too.

International Authors Forum calls on Canada to protect its cultural workers by repairing copyright

International Authors Forum calls on Canada to protect its cultural workers by repairing copyright

April 10, 2017

Originally posted on Focus On Creators:
At its recent annual general meeting in London, the International Authors Forum (IAF) passed a special resolution calling upon the Canadian government to immediately repair its copyright legislation, after earlier amendments resulted in unsustainable losses to Canada’s authors and publishers. The IAF noted the recent “Canadian Content in a…

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