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Aboriginal Artists in the Atrium happening now!

Artists in the Atrium (AITA) is an ongoing event that promotes, supports and showcases arts and culture in the Downtown Eastside. The events will include performance showcases, art workshops and an art market. AITA will be in place at the Woodward’s Atrium (@ Hastings and Abbott) August 1 through October 13 2013.

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Aboriginal Artists in the Atrium

Hendrik Beune of AHA MEDIA speaks with Scott Clark of ALIVE and Our Place as well as  West Coast First Nations Artists David Morrison and Matthew James. David and Matthew are set to attend artist workshops with Lou-Ann Neel of CACV and be a part of the upcoming Aboriginal Artists in the Atrium presented by the Vancouver Moving Theatre.

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AHA media link here

Georgia Straight coverage of the project here

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Come out and Support Our Youth!!

 

“NASKARZ is an award winning program designed to promote social inclusion of young people from Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside into automotive, social and educational opportunities”

NASKARZ is a partnership between Ray-Cam Cooperative Centre, Vancouver Community College and Vancouver Police Department

Grandview-Woodland Urban Aboriginal Dialogue

 Grandview-Woodland Urban Aboriginal Dialogue

As many of you know, this community has a large Aboriginal population and many of our youth continue to be at risk in this area. Come out share your ideas and lets see if we can get some real action to support our children and families in this community.

THURSDAY JULY 4, 2013

7-9PM

VANCOUVER ABORIGINAL FRIENDSHIP CENTRE

CHIEF SIMON BAKER ROOM

FREE, LIGHT REFRESHMENTS

REGISTRATION REQUIRED

beverly.chew@vancouver.ca or 604-871-6424