The Housing Matters Media Project understands creative practice is central to the development of engaged communities and to awakening our collective potential to make meaning and create change. This project was founded by community engaged artists Patti Fraser and Corin Browne to respond to the impact of the housing crisis on youth. The Housing Matters Media project is currently using socially engaged art practices to address the concerns of young people who experience government care through the creation of new narratives and forms of expression.

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The Housing Matters Media Project understands creative practise is central to the development of engaged communities and to awakening our collective potential to make meaning and create change.
 
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We are Everywhere

a Book Project

A community engaged art book project celebrating the lives of ten unique greater Vancouver area adults who have experienced foster care as young people.

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Projects

Since 2010, the Housing Matters Media Project has collaborated with communities of young people, adult allies, researchers, and activists to produce creative responses to issues of vital concern surrounding housing justice and aging out of government care.
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We are Everywhere
– a Book Project

A community engaged art book project celebrating the lives of ten unique greater Vancouver area adults who have experienced foster care as young people.

LEARN MORE

Projects

Since 2010, the Housing Matters Media Project has collaborated with communities of young people, adult allies, researchers, and activists to produce creative responses to issues of vital concern surrounding housing justice and aging out of government care.
Click here to view our projects

Get in Touch

Send message

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