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Godzilla Studios

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Located on corner of Union and Gore at the SE corner of Chinatown bordering Strathcona sits a brick building that hosts a large ceramics teaching art and design studio called Hand Eye Ceramics. There is also a sewing studio, Street and Saddle and the Vancouver burlesque studio. In the basement, you can find highly skilled wood designers, and painters.

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Godzilla Studios

Building details

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Public Washroom

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Not Wheelchair Accessible

Godzilla Studios Artists

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Hand Eye Ceramics

Kemp's sculptures are in collections of the NY Fire House Gallery and the Museum of Modern Ceramic Art Gifu, Japan. James Kemp is a sculptor and ceramic artist working with ceramic, assembled materials and objects. Kemp studied at Kwanten Poly Technic and Emily Carr University of Art and Design.  After working as an artist assistant for local sculptors Liz Magor and David Robinson, during which he helped produce work for the National gallery of Canada, Catriona Jeffries Gallery and a variety of public sculpture commissions throughout BC, Kemp has directed his energy to his studio practice. He has shown at gallery Fukai, Circle Craft Gallery, The Leo Koo gallery, the Windsor gallery, La Mur gallery, and at the international emerging ceramic arts exhibition in New York; his work was featured in the 2014 international ceramics festival/competition in Mino Japan where his work was awarded a Special Judges Award. His sculpture Morphology IV was awarded an honorable mention at America's Clay Fest. His work has been featured in The Peace Arch, The Vancouver sun, The Tri City News, The Westender, Vancouver Co-Op Radio, CTV morning show and Ballad Of Magazine. Kemp also teaches ceramics sculpture and wheel throwing with fellow clay addicted instructors at HandEyeCeramics.com 739 gore China town, a dedicated ceramic school and collective ceramic studio space for those wanting to push their ceramic practices beyond the classroom, which he founded in 2017. 

Rakjoon Park

Rakjoon park uses clay and fire it in kiln to make some sculptures that have dissected human arms legs and face rearranged in an interesting way in some other works he uses round sphere to be added with dissected limbs to make his philosophical statement.    

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