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Unique festival to decorate hidden spaces in downtown Okotoks

More than a dozen artists are creating temporary site-specific installations in nooks and crannies throughout downtown Okotoks, using repurposed and recycled materials in the Town's second annual Nooks & Crannies Arts Festival.
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Local artists are putting their personal touches on downtown Okotoks in a unique display of public art.

More than a dozen artists are creating temporary site-specific installations in nooks and crannies throughout downtown Okotoks, using repurposed and recycled materials in the Town's second annual Nooks & Crannies Arts Festival. The event kicks off Saturday and ends Aug. 22.

The displays can be found in nooks and crannies near the Okotoks Art Gallery, Okotos Museum & Archives, Home Ground, A Very Delightful Boutique, Tribal Connection Market, Unwind Wool, On Tap Oil and Vinegar, Sweet Threads on Main, Stockton Block Garden, Loop Kids, Main Street Market, RPAC, Bow Valley College and Lozinsky Flett Law, 3G Embroidery and Royal LePage Solutions.

Participating artists and organizations include Elisa Shigehiro, Holy Trinity Academy students and alumni, Tiffany Wollman, Dena Kubota, Justina Maria, Candace de Vuyst and Kerry Neale, Ashley Gaboury, NASARIMBA, Enza Apa, Julya Hajnoczky, Jennifer Stables, Lane Shordee, Alyssa Koski, Josh and Evan Brien, Okotoks Waste Services and Okotoks Culture & Heritage Services.

For more details visit https://www.okotoks.ca/discover-okotoks/community-events-calendar/nooks-crannies.




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