600 Alberni Hwy
Here are some links to other groups and organizations that you might find useful in your search for more clay related information - as well as local tourist information.
|Oceanside Community Arts Council||
Community arts organization located in Parksville, BC.
|The Old School House Arts Centre||
Gallery and artists-in-residence studios located in Qualicum Beach, BC.
|Tozan Cultural Society||
The Tozan wood-fired hill kiln in Nanaimo, BC with schedules of firings. Good links page.
|Nanaimo Art Gallery|
Gallery located at Malaspina University College. Schedules of shows and more.
|Crafts Association of British Columbia||
Good links and information about BC Clay Groups.
|BC Potters' Guild|
Includes links to many useful sites as well as to Guild Members' pages and websites.
|Vicki Hardin Fine Ceramics||
A good links page for clay related information with links back to her home page.
|Cariboo Potters Guild|
Potters group in the Williams Lake, BC area
Lots and lots of clay related links.
Includes links to newsgroups with lots of shared information.
Oceanside Potter and Past President of the Arrowsmith Potters Guild, Linda Phillips.
|South Vancouver Island Potters Guild||
Organization centered in Victoria, BC area.
|The Potters Place Gallery Shop||
Located in Courtenay, BC
Great source for ceramics related articles on various topics.
The Potters Gallery and Comox Valley Potters Club
|Arts Council of Ladysmith & District Waterfront Gallery||
Ladysmith Waterfront Gallery
|City of Parksville||
Information about activities and attractions in Parksville, BC.
|Town of Qualicum Beach|
Good site with links for weather, tides and other tourist information.
Information about the area from Rosewall Creek Park just north of Deep Bay to the overhead walkway north of Lantzville and west to MacMillan Park (Cathedral Grove).
|Errington War Memorial Hall Association|
Listing of Events and Activities at the Hall with links to other affiliated organizations.
|Oceanside Coalition from Strong Communities||
The Oceanside Coalition for Strong Communities is a group of volunteers from different backgrounds and experience who work together in a non-partisan way to protect and enhance public assets and social programmes in our community, province, and country. Membership is open to any individual who shares these goals.
|Island Corridor Foundation|
A federally chartered, non-profit Foundation made up of local governments, First Nations governments, Municipalities and businesses,dedicated to preserving the E&N Rail corridor on Vancouver Island.