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The Art of the Gig Poster

The Graphic Designers of Canada present a night celebrating the art of the gig poster

  • Feb. 27, 2017 7:00 a.m.

On March 2nd the Victoria Event Centre will showcase a celebration of Victoria’s history with gig posters. The night will feature more than 50 exhibited posters, four presenting artists, and Metropol Industries chatting about the history.

Artist’s artwork on display will include: Victoria’s new Artist-in-Residence Luke Ramsey, Lydia Beauregard, Carlin Bennett, Sean Brookes, Crow Campbell, Tim Huesken, Jesse Ladret, Joey MacDonald, Julie McLaughlin, Renee Nault, Shawn O’Keefe, Evan Pine,  Matt Salik, Ahmed Sidky, Ryan Thompson, Charmaine Verhagen, and Kristin Wright.

Tickets for the retrospective night, presented by GDC Vancouver Island, are available at eventbrite.ca

For more information visit www.facebook.com/events/1834095706867599

 

 

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