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Cherryl Moote, Maihyet Burton, Cherryl Moote, Susan Card, Sheila Jonah


Cutting Edge:

New Views of Fibre Art

Independent Exhibition


Case Goods Warehouse, Historic Distillery District

Toronto, Ontario, Canada


Nov. 9 – 25, 2012
(NOTE: Theses dates are specific to this exhibition)

Opening Reception: November 10, 2012, 2:00 - 5:00 pm

Address: Case Goods Warehouse, Historic Distillery District, 15 Case Goods Lane, Toronto, Ontario,
(Closest intersection: Parliament & Mill Streets)
Date: November 9– 25, 2012
Hours: Wed – Sun 12:00 – 5:00 pm
Directions: Click Here
Venue Website


Exhibition Description

10 Artists incorporate fibre into diverse artworks. Featuring miniature quilts, wearable art, toile, knitting, ceramics, glassworks, bookbinding, printmaking and sculpture installations – with an urban edge.

These new “cutting edge” pieces created for the Festival will show a cross-art link between different craft disciplines with fibre as the woven connection or bond.  The Exhibition will be in studios, galleries, and the Atrium in the Case Goods Warehouse.

The Case Goods Warehouse in the Historic Distillery District in downtown Toronto is a beehive of artistic production and creative collaboration with specialized artists in established work studios. Each artist concentrates in one form of art but will be incorporating fibre into their practice in unique and innovative methods.

Download the 2012 Festival Exhibition Brochure.





Case Goods Warehouse in Toronto's Historic Distillery District

Special Thanks to Gallery Liaison Sheila Jonah