Come join Dude Chilling Art Collective and Broadway East Art Walk to celebrate a day of art and community in Mount Pleasant on Saturday, July 12th from 11 am until 4 pm.
View the works of local artists, enjoy some music and refreshments, and meet your fellow community members.
About the Broadway East Art Walk
Broadway East Art Walk’s mission is to transform the stretch of Broadway, between Prince Edward and Prince Albert, into a place where neighbours and community members can fully experience art in all its forms.
Broadway East Art Walk’s Exhibition Locations
- St. Michael’s – 2472 Prince Edward
- Andrew Sheret – 425 East Broadway
- Fence at 452 East Broadway
- Teamsters – 490 East Broadway
- In case of rain, the exhibitions will be moved to: Maker Labs – 221 East 10th Avenue, and St. Michael’s – 2472 Prince Edward
- Participating artists: http://broadwayeastartwalk.com/
About Dude Chilling Art Collective‘s Curated Exhibition “Collective Ground”
“Collective Ground” aims to inspire dialogue about art and community spaces, while providing artists with the opportunity to share and sell their work in a non-traditional gallery setting. Hosted by Cheryl Cheeks and Marnie Hiebert.
Dude Chilling Art Collective’s Exhibition Location
- Brewery Creek Community Garden in Dude Chilling Park (Guelph Park) at East 7th and Prince Edward
- In case of rain, the exhibition will be moved to: Maker Labs – 221 East 10th Avenue
- Participating artists: Alicia Marie Lawrence, Anna Crow, Anne Nicole Meeson, Carolyn Bell, Christian Casadei, Fred “JOY” Joyal, Jaymie Johnson, Judith Atkinson, Julie Nicole, Marnie Hiebert, Miralda Reyes, Tara Galuska.
Special Collaborative Guests
Vancouver Pop-Up-Poets, 11 am to 1 pm in the community gardens of Dude Chilling Park (East 7th and Prince Edward). In case of rain, Pop-Up-Poets will move to Maker Labs at 221 East 10th Avenue.
Your Word! We Write! We Recite! On the Spot Poetry! Published Poets invite you to request a poem be written on the spot. The poet performs it and gifts it to you.
Pop-Up-Poets: Meharoona Ghani, Jennifer Zilm, Chelene Knight, Matea Kulic, Tesicca Truong.
So much creativity in one place, you won’t want to miss this!
With special thanks to the Vancouver Foundation Neighbourhood Small Grants program for the funding for these events.
Facebook Event page info: https://www.facebook.com/events/266715916863423