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Follow the Galloping Goose to the Coast Collective Outdoor Art Event


Follow the Galloping Goose to the Coast Collective Outdoor Art Event

August 25, 2018

12 - 4 pm

7-Eleven parking lot on Wale Road near the Coast Collective
310 Wale Rd, Building A, Colwood, BC V9B 0J8

Free event!

Phone: 250-391-5522
E-Mail: gallery@coastcollective.ca
Website: www.coastcollective.ca

Follow the Galloping Goose to the Coast Collective Outdoor Art Event

Saturday, August 25 from 12 - 4 pm
7-Eleven parking lot on Wale Road near the Coast Collective Gallery & Art Centre

The Coast Collective is holding a free outdoor event to celebrate their Galloping Goose: Urban and Rural Landscapes gallery show with the meet-the-artists reception (which will be happening on the same day from 1 - 3 pm)! Held in the 7-Eleven parking lot on Wale Road near the gallery, the event features:

If you are driving to our event rather than travelling along the Galloping Goose, the Coast Collective requests that you respect their neighbouring businesses by parking in spots designated for visitors to Westridge Landing and leave parking open for patrons of the other shops. You can find Westridge Landing parking in the parkade beneath the Holiday Inn (318 Wale Rd, Colwood, BC V9B 0J8).

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Galloping Goose: Urban and Rural Landscapes

Meet-the-Artists Reception: Saturday, August 25 from 1 - 3 pm
Exhibition: August 22 - September 9


Follow the Galloping Goose from the Coast Collective's outdoor event to their gallery, where you can attend the meet-the-artists reception from 1 - 3 pm and check out the beautiful art depicting scenes from along the Galloping Goose trail!

There's a lot to see along the Galloping Goose trail, which stretches from downtown Victoria all the way to Sooke. This exhibition showcases artwork inspired by all the views to be found along the way.

 

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