The Greatest Show on Earth
September 21 @ 11:00 am - 5:00 pm| Free
An exuberant sculpture show to raise awareness and funds to address homelessness
Enjoy The Greatest Show on Earth, a free, circus-themed art exhibit featuring dozens of driftwood, cardboard, and wire sculptures by artist Tanya Bub, while raising awareness regarding people who are homeless and funds for Our Place Society, who support them.
The show, indoors and out at the Gage Gallery in Bastion Square, runs August 22 to September 10, with an all-welcome, free, meet-the-artist reception night on August 22nd from 5-8.
Attractions include a driftwood foot archer and two trapeze artists suspended from the gallery ceiling, a life-sized giraffe and 9 foot tall giant made entirely from found cardboard, driftwood animals including a tiger, lion and baby elephant, a time machine in which visitors are invited to send a message to their past selves, wire acrobats, a flea circus, and a K9 act with depicting performing miniature driftwood dogs, to name a few.
Entry to this all-welcome, family-friendly show is free with 100% of donations and 25% of sales going to Our Place Society.
Follow Tanya on Instagram @VictoriaDrifter to stay tuned as events regarding the exhibit unfold.