Articulation 2014 Study Session in Victoria

Each year Articulation does study in a special place in Canada.
This year they are in Victoria researching the maritime history of the west coast of Canada.
Donna climbing up the stairs from the waterfront to the street full of old warehouses, hotels and shops.
Into The Maritime Museum, up in their iron elevator – the oldest working elevator in Canada…

…to the 3rd floor library and archives.
Donna and Leann doing research.

Lunch break at Venus Sophia’s Tearoom and Vegetarian Eatery with retro afternoon tea served along side delicious light meals.
Venus Sophia’s is in Chinatown, the oldest china town in North America. 
While in Chinatown, Articulation visited Ground Zero Print Studio  owned by Victoria Edgarr and Alain Costaz.

The magnificent gated entrance to Chinatown.

A visit to the University of Victoria’s down town gallery, Legacy Art Gallery, where they showcase works from their extensive art collection.

A visit to the oldest tea and coffee company in Victoria, Murchie’s.
Murchie’s continues to blend their own teas and runs a tea room.
That was Articulation’s 1st 2 days of research on Victoria’s maritime history.

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