Plotting is the subject of this combined reading and talk. Thanks to Emily Carr University of Art and Design for inviting me to read in their On Edge series.
It takes place at the Nanaimo Campus of Vancouver Island University, Thursday March 2, -. I’ll be on stage with Kevin Spenst on 23 February and pm.
The process is in widespread use for making casual and informal furniture of all types, particularly seating and table forms.
Winner of two Ethel Wilson Fiction Prizes and three CBC Literary Awards, Caroline was the recipient of the 2006 Marian Engel Award for mid-career achievement.
Traditional uses of the boxes was varied and included storage of food goods, clothing and for burial.
They were often without decoration while others were decorated elaborately.
Today many are made for collectors and can be purchased from museums, gift shops and online sites as well as directly commissioned from the artists.
The Aleut or Unangan People of Alaska made hunting visors, called chagudax, out of driftwood using the bentwood method.