Carving on the Edge 2011
A Celebration of the West Coast Carver
September 15–25, 2011 Tofino + Ucluelet, B.C.
Carving on the Edge showcases the traditional and contemporary explorations of west coast carving with exhibits, workshops, forums, feasts, films & family programs.
” Cedar Tree of Life “
First Nations Carving Exhibit September 16 – 25, 2011
Opening Ceremony Friday, September 16 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Wya Welcome Centre, Ucluelet-Tofino Junction Hwy 4
Entry Forms available firstname.lastname@example.org
on 2-dimentional design, 3-dimensional design, tool making, storytelling & carving
Saturday & Sunday – September 17 & 18 10am – 5pm
at the Wya Welcome Centre
Carving on the Edge
Contemporary Wood Carvers Show
September 15-25, 2011
featuring fine art formed on the west coast
Open daily 1pm – 6pm @
The Shore Tofino – 316 Main Street and Wickaninnish Inn, Tofino
Entry forms available email@example.com
Passing on Traditional Knowledge
of Canoe Making
September 15 – 25, 2011 – 10 day workshop with Tla-o-qui-aht carvers Joe Martin and Carl Martin – Tofino
Phone 250-726-5062 to register for full course, or single days
“Legends and Carving”
an evening with First Nations Carvers
Thursday, September 22 7pm
Eagle Aerie Gallery, 350 Campbell Street, Tofino
Carving Demonstrations for youth and families
We’ll keep you posted!
Carving Map – can be picked up at the Visitor Centres & galleries:
Public Carving sites are identified with 21 listed in Tofino, 7 in the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve and 13 sites in Ucluelet.
Festival Director: 1-250-725-2421 or firstname.lastname@example.org
MOST IMPORTANT: A Huge thanks to our festival sponsors: