This year’s CRAFTED: Show + Sale not only showcases artists from Manitoba and the North, but also features a philanthropic cookbook supporting a worthy cause. Down to Earth: Homemade Soups in Handmade Vessels is a cookbook pairing 20 ceramic artists with 20 chefs. Proceeds from cookbook sales will be donated to Winnipeg Harvest.
Winnipeg Harvest is a not-for-profit, community-based organization. They collect and share surplus food with people who are hungry and offer training opportunities to help people step up and out of poverty.
The Manitoba Craft Council and the Winnipeg Art Gallery are proud to support Winnipeg Harvest as this year’s heart of craft. Down to Earth: Homemade Soups in Handmade Vessels is available at the C2 Centre for Craft Shop, online, and at many more locations across the city (see full list of retailers below).
A Big Thank You to aDesigned Magazine, who created this special issue for CRAFTED in support of Winnipeg Harvest. An Extra Special Thank You to Editor-in-Chief and Creative Director Yoko Chapman, CRAFTED 2018’s Chair, for your tireless dedication to this cookbook and CRAFTED.
Finally, thank you to all of the participating chefs and artists who donated their time and expertise in support of this amazing cause. Thank you for bringing this vision to life!
- Anneliese Schoppe, Winnipeg Harvest
- Tabitha Langel, Tall Grass Prairie Bread Company
- Chef Ben Kramer Custom Catering
- Chef Wayne Martin, Capital Grill • Bar
- Chef JD Braid, Arctic Co-operatives
- Chef Mandel Hitzer, deer + almond
- Chef Dale MacKay, Federated Co-operatives
- Chef Barry Saunders, SMITH Restaurant
- Chef Joseph Wojakowski, The Fort Garry
- Sachit Mehra, East India Company Restaurants
- Chef Karen Peters, KarenFood
- Chef Larry de Vries, Arctic Co-operatives
- Chef Östen Rice, Wasabi Sabi & Food from Thought
- Chef Mark Andrew, Storm Catering
- Chef Mike Brown, De Luca’s Catering
- Chef Tristan Foucault, Peasant Cookery
- Athina Parasidis, The Nook Diner
- Chef Roel Calderon & Rob Austria, Stella’s Catering
- Chef Sean McKay, The Mitchell Block
- Chef Luc Jean, WOW! Catering
- Jessica Hodgson Ceramics
- Alan Lacovetsky, The Stoneware Gallery
- Peter Tittenberger, Ceramic Artist
- Duane Perkins, Ceramic Artist
- Chris Pancoe Fine Art & Craft
- Marianne Gopalkrishna, Ceramic Artist
- Terry Hildebrand, Ceramic Artist
- Crystal Nykoluk, Ceramic Artist
- PJ Anderson Ceramics
- Kevin Conlin, Cypress Studio
- Kathryne Koop Pottery
- Candice Ring Studio Pottery
- Robert Archambeau, Ceramic Artist
- Michael Astill, Ceramic Artist
- Rachael Kroeker Ceramics
- Anne Fallis Elliott, The Stoneware Gallery
- Kelli Rey Studio
- Valerie Metcalfe Pottery
- Teegan Walker Ceramics
- Colleen Chamberlin Pottery
Here’s where you can purchase this special cookbook:
- Ayoko Design, 302-960 Portage Avenue
- Gallery Shop at the Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Boulevard
- WAG@The Forks, Johnston Terminal, Unit 130, 25 Forks Market Road
- C2 Centre for Craft, 1-329 Cumberland Avenue
- The Stoneware Gallery, 778 Corydon Avenue
- Winnipeg and rural Red River Co-op Food Stores
- Arctic Co-operatives Limited head office, 1645 Inkster Boulevard
- Tall Grass Prairie Bread Co., The Forks Market & 859 Westminster
- Tara Davis Studio, 246 McDermot Avenue
- Sweet Impressions Bakery, 669 Stafford Street
- McNally Robinson Booksellers, 4000-1120 Grant Avenue
- Two 30 Nine, 552 Academy Road
- Perth’s Drycleaners, All Locations
- Faveri’s Wood Furniture, 625 Wall Street
- Winnipeg Harvest, 1085 Winnipeg Avenue
- In 2017, knitters across the province donated toques, mitts and more to the Boys and Girls Club of Winnipeg.
- In 2016, quilters and sewing enthusiasts donated quilts and pillowcases to young and teen patients at the Children’s Hospital Foundation of Manitobaand CancerCare Manitoba.
- In 2015, the WAG was covered in scarves that were then donated to Chase the Chill in support of those in need.