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Means of Production Artists Raw Resource Collective (MOPARRC)

MOPARRC ephemeral artwork

Using material grown in the Means of Production Community Garden in China Creek Park, see what artists are doing to create ephmeral works of art with local communities. Learn about artists:

  • Sharon Kallis's collaborative, materials-based installation
  • Lori Weidenhammer's apicultural installations and bee-centric performances
  • David Gowman's multi-media practices and community-based music facilitiation
  • and others

For more information about this project, the artists and upcoming events, please visit the project website:

MOPARRC: Means of Production Artists Raw Resource Collective

About the Means of Production Community Garden

The Means of Production Garden was developed by the City of Vancouver, Environmental Youth Alliance (EYA), and lead artist Oliver Kellhammer in 2002 with a mandate to grow materials for artists' use. It continues to be a working site and resource for Vancouver artists and community art projects.

The garden is located in China Creek North Park at the corner of St. Catherines Street and East 6th Avenue.

MOPARRC project photos