The first stop of the 19th Birthday Party Installation Tour is the gorgeous atrium of Surrey City Hall. You can check out the exhibit during opening hours (8:30 to 4:30). And if you are really lucky, you’ll get to say hi to Aly, our amazing curatorial assistant and installation host.Read More
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The 19th Birthday Party installation is going on tour! Our first stop is at the beautiful new Surrey City Hall in October.
Here is the EventBrite invitation.
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Exciting news! The 19th Birthday Party installation is going on tour. Vancouver Foundation’s Fostering Change has generously supported a multi-city tour of this provocative community engaged art installation. From October 2016 to January 2017, the 19th Birthday Party exhibit will be hosted by community organizations across the lower mainland. The tour will be curated by Housing Matters Media Projects co-director Corin Browne with support from co-director Patti Fraser and project participant and activist Violet Rose Pharoah. Stay tuned for tour dates.
To book a tour, please get in touch with
The beautiful and moving Portraits of Connection videos are launching every Friday as part of the Vancouver Foundation’s incredible Fostering Change project. You can watch the videos on our vimeo channel or the Fostering Change facebook page
It was such a deep honour to have met and worked with the resilient and inspirational people featured in these videos.Read More
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