Doing It For Love: Five Stories from Creative Communities in a Global Pandemic
Filmed and edited by artist Israel Seoane, this short documentary series reflects on the creativity, resilience, and richness of artists, and community working together in difficult times. Produced by the arts, culture, and engagement team at the Vancouver Park Board.
Cedar Bark Hat Weaving, sometimes called H.A.T.T.A., is part of Arts and Health : Healthy Aging Through the Arts, a Vancouver Park Board initiative bringing together seniors and Elders with professional artists for collaborative art projects of all kinds.
This workshop series encourages older adults to creatively express their life experiences and knowledge with dancer and choreographer Desirée Dunbar and emerging dance artist apprentices.
Still Moon Arts Society inspires vibrant and connected communities by creating artistic experiences, and nurturing a passion for nature in the Renfrew-Collingwood neighbourhood. Still Moon Arts Society
Vines Art Festival , Artist Residency at Pandora Park Fieldhouse
Vines Art Festival brings imagination into everyday spaces by presenting work for free on “earth-stages”. Populated and natural public spaces in Vancouver and throughout the province. Vines Art Festival
Through free public workshops and screenings, neighbours and friends use organic materials grown in the community garden and surrounding area as ingredients to create eco-friendly films that celebrate growing, community, and connection to the urban landscape. Echo Park Film Centre