A space where we post events, activities and actions
associated with our Residency at Pandora Fieldhouse – 2325 Franklin St, Vancouver BC
This project is generously supported by the Vancouver Park Board’s Field House Activation Program which provides project space and access to parks to foster community-engaged activity that focuses: arts, culture, sport, environment, local food and social encounters. To learn more about \all the other Fieldhouse studio projects go to https://vancouver.ca/parks-
A fun evening of music and food in the park! Feat Performances By: LADY JAMS https://soundcloud.com/laydyjams GUY https://dontatguy.com/ MEGANG https://mameganggig.bandcamp.com/album/fragility NVRAM https://soundcloud.com/nvram FRANCIS AREVALO...
A fun day of decorating and introducing the space to local BIPOC artists. Organized by Vines Artist in Residence Jaz Whitford. . ...
What: Free Cyanotype Workshop When: Saturday, May 25 Time: 12 PM - 3 PM Where: Pandora Park Fieldhouse, 2325 Franklin Street, Vancouver Cost: Free! Join us at the Pandora Park Fieldhouse for a cyanotype workshop out in the sun! Cyanotype is an accessible photographic...
Join Vines at the fieldhouse to learn the delicious art of lacto-fermentation! Lacto-fermentation is a tasty way of working with naturally present bacteria to add flavor to food and make it last longer. This traditional preservation method is used to make all time...
Elisha’s Dumpling Recipe: Traditional Pork Filling (5 servings): Ground pork: 2 lbs Chinese Chives: 1 bunch Egg: 1 Cooking Wine: 2 tbsp Garlic: 3 cloves Ginger: minced, 1 tbsp Green onions: 1 tbsp Salt: a pinch Soy sauce: 11⁄2 tbsp sesame oil: 1 tbsp Dumpling...
On Wednesday Feb 27 2019 Vines opened the doors of the feildhouse to share food and art making with the community. It was an afternoon of connections and good cheer as 20 or so community members stopped by to share their ideas about how Vines should spend the next 3...
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Vines Art Festival takes place on the unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh peoples.
2325 Franklin Street