Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street
Emerge Festival Showcase 2019
This is a free public event.
When: June 6, 2019, 8 p.m.
Where: SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 W. Hastings St.
Additional Info: Presented in partnership with the Vancouver Foundation DTES Small Arts Grants Program.
A multidisciplinary evening of world premieres! Filmmakers, Musicians, Singers, and Storytellers share their new work SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts in a friendly, relaxed environment. Everyone Welcome at this FREE event!
Edwin J Canfield
Eva Cho + Wilson Liang
Hui Quing Chen (Mrs.Kwang)
Su Qiong Li (Suphia)
This showcase is part of an annual celebration of Downtown Eastside (DTES) Small Arts Grants Recipients. Now in its its 8th edition, the festival will take place June 5 to 9, 2019 at Gallery Gachet, SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, and Vancouver Public Library: nə́c̓aʔmat ct Strathcona Branch.
About the Festival
Emerge Festival, the annual celebration of DTES Small Arts Grants recipients represents an exciting initiative, first undertaken by Vancouver Foundation and Carnegie Community Centre eight years ago. The 2018 Group Art Exhibition, Performances, Readings, and Cultural Sharing highlight the work of a few talented artists who have their creative practice rooted in the Downtown Eastside [DTES]. This annual event is an opportunity to shine a light on DTES artists, their practices, and ideas. The DTES Small Arts Grants Program is built on the unwavering belief that DTES Artists have a commitment to their craft that is sustained across their work, and that effort deserves support.
Screenings, Songs, and Spoken Words
Thursday June 6 2019 8:00pm I SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts
A multidisciplinary evening of world premieres! Filmmakers, Musicians, Singers, and Storytellers share their new work in a friendly, relaxed environment.
About Carnegie Community Centre
Carnegie Community Centre — often referred to as the living room of the Downtown Eastside — provides social, educational, cultural and recreational activities on-site, at nearby Oppenheimer Park and through an outreach team. The programs serve low income adults with the goal of nurturing mind, body, and spirit in a safe and welcoming environment.
About Vancouver Foundation
As Canada’s largest community foundation, Vancouver Foundation is dedicated to creating healthy, vibrant and livable communities across BC. Since 1943, our donors have created 1,800 endowment funds and together we have distributed more than $1 billion to charities. From arts and culture to the environment, health and social development, education, medical research and more, we exist to make meaningful and lasting improvements to communities in BC.
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