Saskatchewan Craft Council聽is pleased to present聽The Narrative Dish II聽鈥斅燼n exhibition of ceramic work from six Canadian artists. The show runs March 9th to April 27th, 2019 in聽Saskatchewan Craft Council Gallery聽at聽813 Broadway Avenue in Saskatoon.

In this exhibition of contemporary works, humour, poetry, environmental decay, and concern about our present cultural and political state are all themes which are explored through these art objects.聽The centuries old practice of telling stories using functional ceramics is the inspiration for this exhibition.

Carole Epp 鈥 a Saskatoon-based ceramicist, participating artist, and main coordinator of the exhibition 鈥 discusses the nature of artists using narratives in their work:

“For me, my definition [of narrative] is quite broad as even the simplest of mark making, form development, and decoration can allude to a wealth of cultural practices, histories, and thus narrative. That is part of the endless joy of working in this material; its history is ingrained in the social fabric of humanity.”

The聽Narrative Dish, an exhibition displayed in聽s10总决赛下注 Gallery聽in 2015, featured Carole Epp and five other Canadian ceramic artists. In聽TheNarrative Dish II, Epp introduces us to a different roster of participating artists: Japneet Kaur (Ontario), Shaun Mallonga (British Columbia), Marney McDiarmid (Ontario), Lindsay Montgomery (Ontario), and Brenda Watt (Saskatchewan).

Please join us for the Artist Talk and Reception on Saturday, March 16th from 2 to 5 pm. The talk 鈥 鈥 will begin at 2 pm.聽s10总决赛下注聽Exhibition Coordinators and Carole will discuss her work, the exhibition, and ceramics in general.聽Everyone is welcome!