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Fri. September 10th 2021 - Sun. October 31st 2021 Wednesday - Sunday, noon-5pm A Moment in Time Samantha DickieVictoria Arts Council (All Ages)By Donation
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Past Events

Sat. May 6th 2017
Fairfield Artists Studio Tour Aura Arindam, Linda Rajotte, Robert Ives, Louise Monfette, Jonathan Gleed, Annie Nazarian, Patti Bey, Laine Canivet, Kathy Dufour, Valerie Wells, Barbara Weaver-Bosson, Victor Bosson, Wayne Anaka, Mary Kenderline, Nancy Dolan, Maery Callaghan, Heather Keenan , Galen Davison, Linda Skalenda, Charlotte Bell, Monique Genton, Wendy Oppelt , Samantha Dickie, Natalie Brake, Kathleen Daunhaur, David Good, Amy FrankFairfield Artist Studio Tour (All Ages)
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Sat. March 5th 2016
Carole Sabiston, Rick Leong, Phyllis Serota, Rande Cook , Judi Dyelle, Sandra Meigs, Sheila Norgate, Eva Campbell, Samantha Dickie, Shawn Shepherd , Helene Cyr, Victoria Edgarr, Roy Green, Carey Newman, Jeremy Herndl, Meira Mathison, Duane Prentice, Desiree deRuiter, Francis Sullivan, Wendy Skog, Heather Keenan , Waine Ryzak, Frances Semple, Jane FrancisBelfry Theatre (All Ages)
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Tue. October 27th 2015
INTERSECTIONS Anna Curtin , Samantha Dickie, Carole ThompsonGage Gallery Arts Collective (All Ages)
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Samantha Dickie

from Victoria BC

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Samantha Dickie

Samantha Dickie is a Victoria-based contemporary ceramic artist, focused on abstract sculpture and public installation. She began working with clay in 1996. Following her BA Degree, she has completed a Diploma in Ceramics from the Kootenay School of the Arts, and attended residencies at the Sculpture Factory in Jingdezhen China, the Banff Centre and Red Deer College in Alberta, and the Klondike Institute of Art and Culture in Yukon. She has been awarded project grants from Canada Council, BC Arts Council, Alberta Foundation for the Arts, and the Yukon Arts Fund; as well as being awarded the Best in Ceramics and Glass at the Sooke Fine Art Show. Her work has been exhibited in public galleries across Western Canada, and is currently represented by the Jonathon Bancroft Snell Gallery in London, Ontario, as well as Madrona Gallery and the Apartment Gallery in Victoria, BC.

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