Pottery work created by students at the Centre.

Art show at Chilliwack Cultural Centre set to sell student art for first time

Art classes at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre are helping artists explore their creativity and introducing the community to one-of-a-kind aesthetic pieces they can enjoy and purchase at the Art from the Heart show.

Art classes at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre are doing more than helping artists explore their creativity, they’re introducing the community at large to one-of-a-kind aesthetic pieces they can enjoy and now purchase at the Art from the Heart show.

The two-day event will showcase student pieces from a variety of artistic genres: from jewelry to pottery, from paintings to photography, the wide range of classes make for an exciting selection of wares to explore. And for the very first time, student artwork produced during classes will be available for sale.

The Art from the Heart show is a great place to find unique gifts for those hard-to-buy-for people, or even to find something special for yourself. And even if you’re not looking for your next favourite piece of art, the showcase is a great way to see the variety of classes the Centre has to offer.

The Art from the Heart will be at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on Dec. 1 from 5 to 9 p.m., and Dec. 2 from 10 a.m to 5 p.m.

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