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You are invited to A FREE COMMUNITY GARDEN ART PARTY
Twilight Tea Party June 26th, 8pm to 10pm
Bring a flashlight and celebrate the long days and the setting sun with solar powered lanterns and phosphorescent installations. Enjoy free refreshments at the tea tent. Celebrate community and artist made installations at the Means Of Production Garden, a garden that grows art materials. Installations by Diana Burgoyne, Peter Courtemanche, David Floren, Robin Ripley, Naomi Singer, and Lori Weidenhammer with community participation. All of the work is illuminated with some form of solar power.
Presented by: The Means of Production Artist's Raw Resource Collective, Second Site and Naomi Singer.
Location: the Means of Production Garden (St. Catherine's and 6th Avenue in Vancouver).
For more information, check out the web site for the Second Site Collective.
Please tell your friends, bring your family, and come in costume if your like: maybe something surreal inspired by the exhibit at the VAG?
Could you please tell people where it is?ReplyDelete
Vancouver, yes...St Catherine's and 6th? where? in N. Vancouver? Commercial drive? Kitsalano?
Please help and be more explicit.
The MOP Garden is in East Vancouver, very near Fraser and 6th, near VCC and just south of The Great Northern Way campus.