Part celebration | part learning | part mapping the future for cultural spaces in Vancouver
Artist-run centres, performing arts venues, creation/production studios, indie music sites, outdoor gathering plazas, art galleries, and work spaces for creative industries — These are spaces that bring culture to life!
They are vital to communities and neighbourhoods, essential for thriving economic and social well-being, threatened by high real estate values…
Join artists, architects, cultural organizations (not-for-profit and business) and community leaders, in a two-day think tank on creative space in Vancouver. Creative SpaceMaking Vancouver is part celebration, part learning and part crafting a new roadmap for the sustainable creation and operation of cultural spaces in our city.
WORKSHOP: Explorations in Creative SpaceMaking | June 12
Hands on and interactive. This half-day introductory workshop will appeal to artists, arts & cultural organizations and businesses, and emerging leaders in the cultural space discussion.
Celebrating Creative SpaceMaking | June 12 evening
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Expect the unexpected… 10 speakers, 20 slides each, 20 seconds per slide. Fun and inspiring. This event will appeal to workshop participants and to all those interested in cultural/creative space in Vancouver. Speakers to be announced soon. Cash Bar and light snacks
WORKSHOP : Partners in Creative SpaceMaking | June 13
A full-day advanced workshop loaded with content and action, this workshop will appeal to artists, architects, developers, social purpose real estate professionals, cultural organizations and businesses who want to dig deep into the cultural space challenge, learn and be a part of an action plan going forward.
- Register now to avoid disappointment!
- Learn more about the workshops & special event
- Join the #CulturalSpace conversation online using #CSMVan
- vancouver.ca | facebook.com/VanCulture | @VanCultureBC
Questions? Comments? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Presented by: City of Vancouver – Cultural Services with Artscape
Generously supported by: SFU’s School for Contemporary Arts