Are you a visual artist or passionate about the visual arts? Flin Flon offers a variety of options for you to enjoy throughout the year. Check out NorVA Centre (177 Green Street), or perhaps check out Flin Flon's Pottery Club or North Star Quilt Guild. Whatever your interest you will find experts in Flin Flon to connect with!
Flin Flon Pottery Club
If pottery is a passion, one can join the Flin Flon Pottery Club. This group meets one Sunday each month in the Flin Flon Community Hall Pottery Room, which contains a kiln and all of the supplies necessary for your next project. Becoming a member of the Pottery club gives you additional privileges to use this facility at their convenience.
Northern Visual Arts Centre (NorVA)
Our NorVA Centre is the perfect place for all visual artists and visual art enthusiasts. This interactive art space acts as both an operating artist studio and showcase gallery. It also offers community visual arts workshops for all age groups and community Open Mic Coffee Houses. Art enthusiasts can always find the unusual gift at NorVA with a splendid variety of styles to choose from. The community can get to know both the artist and witness the art work in progress.
177 Green Street
Flin Flon, Manitoba
Tuesday - Saturday: 10 am - 5 pm
North Star Quilt Guild
Members of the North Start Quilt Guild are a talented and creative group of quilters. The guild was established in March 1998 when like-minded quilters wanted to share their creative skills and talents. There are now 65 members from Flin Flon, Creighton, Bakers Narrows, Denare Beach, Cranberry Portage, and The Pas.
In the fall of 1998 the members held their first public quilt show. Since that time North Star Quilt Guild has held a quilt show every second spring, showcasing over 150 quilted items each show. As well the group has collaboratively designed and submitted original pieces to the Northern Juried Art Show, with one piece becoming a price winner.
While individual members revel in expressing their life experiences and style through their work, the group meets for one full day a month to design and sew comfort quilts. These are donated to organizations that care for those in need of comfort and encouragement. Over the history of the guild, the number of quilts donated would be close to 700, each one an original sewn with love and caring.
Meetings are every third Tuesday of the month at the Northminster Memorial United Church (250 Bracken St).
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Northern Palette Art Club
The Northern Palette Art Club has been in existence for sixty plus years and over that time, has counted many well known local artists as members. The Club welcomes aspiring artists in the area, from teen years up, meeting weekly to work on pieces of all media, discuss art, and share art supplies, tips and techniques. The Art Room provides a safe and positive place for artists to learn and grow on their artistic journeys. The current roster of about 10 members host occasional workshops with local and visiting artists and provide support to other groups under the Arts Council umbrella.
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