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-
Join us for a fun session melding recycled materials and fashion. Led by the unstoppable drag artist Skim, participants will make a decadent ruff of epic proportions. Take in some sun, or sit in the shade. This outdoor event is a precursor to Project Vines in August.
Pandora Park Summer Market with Kiwassa Neighbourhood house! Wednesday, June30th | 3-6PM At southeast corner of PandoraParkCome out to purchase fresh produce, join free creative workshops, community art galleries, and other exciting free events!
Thu May 6: Artist Talk with Musqueam Carver Chrystal Sparrow Thu May 20: Evening Gathering with Musqueam Elder Doris Fox Thu Jun 3: Legacy of Musqueam Land Defence Thu Jun 10: Artist Talk with Debra Sparrow (θəliχʷəlʷət) Sun Jun 13: Weaving Workshop with Debra Sparrow...
Join Kiwassa and Vines Art Festival in a conversation about traditional plant medicine from different cultures! Tuesday, April 6th @ 6 - 7:30PM Senaqwila Wyss will share her knowledge on ethnobotany and Indigenous plant medicines. Senaqwila was traditionally trained...
We're so excited to partner with Kiwassa Neighbourhood House on the Pandora Community Food Market!
Schedule Mondays, 5-630 PM On Zoom Monday March 8: Cease Wyss - Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Ethnobotany Monday March 15: Muneera Wallace - Ayurveda 101 for Artists Monday March 22: Jhaimy Alvarez-Acosta - Traditional Curandero (Healer) Monday March 29: Desiree Dawson and Alysha...
GROW VINES FESTIVAL!
Your donation will support the growth of eco-arts in Vancouver.
Vines Art Festival takes place on the unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh peoples.
2325 Franklin Street