Dec. 4, 2017Print | PDF
The Laurier Library’s 2017 holiday market takes place Dec. 4-8 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Robert Langen Art Gallery.
Showcasing the artistic talents of 12 Laurier community members, the market includes crafts, jewellery, paintings and much more. Prices range from a few dollars to a few hundred dollars for larger pieces.
All are invited to stop by and experience the creativity of our amazing maker Hawks!
“At a hectic of year, we wanted to hold this low-key market for members of our Laurier community to enjoy the art and craft work of their colleagues and friends,” said Suzanne Luke, curator of the Langen Gallery. “The work is lovingly handmade, and we feel it’s a great expression of our Laurier family’s DIY community spirit.”
The work was selected by a distinguished panel of judges, including University Librarian Gohar Ashoughian, Deborah Dubenofsky, Richard Nemesvari, Sheldon Pereira and Brian Rosborough as well as Luke and Nick Dinka, director of cultural programming at the Library.
Proceeds go to support further investment in the creative work of Laurier community members.
The Langen Gallery is located on the main floor of the Waterloo campus Library, just inside the main entrance on the left-hand side.