Metchosin retreat accepting applications

Calling all artists, the Metchosin International Summer School of the Arts may be the place for you

Get ready to get your art on.

The Metchosin International Summer School of the Arts opens its doors to the world July 2 to 15 at its signature, seaside location, Pearson International College in Metchosin.

The retreat features 43 separate workshops, including one on narrative sculpture with Kathleen Raven, another on alternative firings with James Watkins, a 14-day mentored studio residency with Susan Low-Beer, and many more.

Registration is on now for artists looking to enhance and improve their skills in everything from rug-hooking, beads and quillwork and writing to self portraiture, spoken word, shadow puppetry and art marketing.

For more information and a list of workshops being offered visit missa.ca.

alim@goldstreamgazette.com

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