A small slice of the Toronto Hyperbolic Crachet Coral Reef is now up at Gallery 1313's small window gallery until the end of January. Gallery 1313 is located at 1313 Queen Street West if you would like to stop by.
Hey look, some new corals for the reef. Becky made them.
But where can you see these and and the rest of the reef next, you ask? Why at City of Craft Spring! We will be setting up a one-day table top display in the midst of all the crafty goodness. Come check it out!
City of Craft Spring Saturday, April 21, 2012 11am-6pm Trinity St. Paul's United Church 427 Bloor Street West (one block West of Spadina) Toronto, ON $1
In the wake of this current reef outing, we have been getting some submission inquiries. That is beyond amazing! And guess what - we have devised a wee list of guidelines and tidbits to help you help us cover this city in fuzzy coral growth. Read up (or just click the 'submissions' tab above). Thanks, fellow seafarers!
It's alive! After a couple years of hibernation in a suitcase (and some major growth) the Toronto Hyperbolic Crochet Coral Reef is back on display at the glorious Roadside Attractions window gallery on Davenport.
More pictures are forthcoming - we need to see what this thing looks like all lit up at night!
Until then, enjoy these teasers and get your buns out to Davenport and Christie. This baby is up 24/7 for a month!
Roadside Attractions 911 Davenport Toronto, ON February 25 - March 30, 2012
We'd like to also give a big shout out to Roy and Kate for booking the reef, maintaining this space for art in the city and giving us tea and coffee. We hope your kettle survives.
And back in the trunk for you, reef! Thank you to City of Craft and Tara Bursey for working the reef into your installation programming, to Scott and Tanya at Fly Gallery for housing us and to all the new contributors who made the reef all it has become. Until next time!