Kootenay Studio Arts celebrates year-end

Last week students from blacksmithing, ceramics, textiles, metal casting and jewelry were hard at work wrapping up their work.

Last week, Kootenay Studio Arts students from blacksmithing, ceramics, textiles, metal casting and jewelry were hard at work wrapping up their work in preparation for the annual year-end show and sale. Pictured is jewelry student Zoe Bustin.

On Friday KSA will be opening its doors at Selkirk College’s 606 Victoria St. campus in Nelson. They will showcase their concepts, designs and skill-sets in their production lines and one-of-a-kind work. The show and sale goes Friday from 4 to 8 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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