What does an artist in residence create? Find out at this New West exhibition

You can enjoy work by Anvil Centre artists in residence in a new exhibition at the Community Art Space.

AiR: Works by Anvil Centre and Solid Waste/Recycling Artists in Residents is on until March 29 in the art space on the third floor at Anvil Centre.

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The artist in residence programs give artists working in all forms – sculpture, print, fibre, drawing, painting, writing and literary arts, music, dance and performance – a chance to spend eight weeks working on the research, development and production of new or ongoing works.

Audiences can check out some of the diverse offerings from four of those artists - Marzi Mosavarzadeh, Bronwyn Schuster, Katherine Soucie and Molly Marineau – in this exhibition.

See www.anvilcentre.com for more details, or stop by 777 Columbia St. to check out the exhibition. It’s free.

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