You are invited to Field Guides an exhibition celebrating the Fieldhouse residencies in Park
Exhibition Dates: Sept. 11 – 24 at the Roundhouse.
Opening reception: Thurs, Sept. 14, 6:00 to 8:00 pm
Field Guides 2017 marks the culmination of the second cycle of the Vancouver Parks Board’s Fieldhouse Studio program – an initiative that transformed former care-takers’ suites in parks across Vancouver into active spaces for community engaged creative practices. In each cycle artists collectives, food, greening and environmental groups are given three years of free access to Fieldhouse Studios in exchange for engaging neighbours, colleagues and curious visitors in imaginative, collaborative work in parks. Community-engaged projects like these are often interdisciplinary and ephemeral and don’t necessarily fit easily into a traditional arts or community centre setting. Field Guides offers a glimpse into this unique work happening in 17 parks across Vancouver and celebrates the variety of ways these inspiring projects lead communities into deeper conversations about living in the urban environment.
Find out more about all 22 Fieldhouse Programs across the Vancouver Park Board at vancouver.ca/fieldhouse-programs
Come out to the Renfrew Ravine’s 15th annual Moon Festival hosted by the Still Moon Arts Society. Saturday Sept 30th.
Keep your eyes open for the Vancouver Society of Storytelling taking the main stage at 6pm.
The VSOS is excited to collaborate, support and participate with the Wild Salmon Caravan. A First Nations lead initiative to celebration the Spirit of the Wild Salmon.
Saturday May 14 2017, at Britannia Community Center the Stone Soup Festival gathered the community together. Storyteller Nadine Pluzak represented The Wild Salmon Caravan and hosted a Salmon Painting Pop-up Art Making Event.
The Event was a huge success. Many Cardboard Salmon were painted by the children of East Van. Shot outs to the amazing Britannia Stone Soup Organizing Team for doing an amazing job bringing it all together. The Painted Salmon will be used in the Wild Salmon Caravan Parade taking place Oct 7th 2017 beginning at the First Nations Friendship Center and parading down Commercial Drive to Trout Lake.
The Storytelling Society will be collaborating with The Wild Salmon Caravan all summer.
The Women’s Wisdom Circle will begin Jan 18th 2017, 7-9pm, Slocan Field House, 29th Skytrain Station.
We will be listening to the audio books of Clarissa Pinkola-Estes Ph.D. Author of ‘Women Who Run With Wolves’. It’s an inviting, open, flexible space for women to gather. To listen, reflect thoughtfully and engage deeply with Story in all its wondrous, fantastic, offerings.
“It is worse to stay where one does not belong at all than to wander about lost for a while and looking for the psychic and soulful kinship one requires” ― Clarissa Pinkola Estés
Thursday Oct 29th 6-9pm at Slocan Hall
an evening of Stories of Witches and Wise Women
It’s a Free event, donations graciously appriciated.
There will be food and drink available.
What an evening of twinkling lights, lit up shapes, Dazzling Lanterns, Fire Performance, Masks, Stilt Walkers, Forest Music, Fire Works and Storytelling.
The evening was incredible. There were so many people there from the community enjoying the festivities. Carmen Rosen and The Still Moon Arts Society sure knows how to put on a festival. There were so many artist and musicians sharing there incredible gifts of magic and performance. The volunteers were top notch. Many youth volunteers were present and helpful.
It was a night to remember for the community.