Delicious blueberry matcha from The Juice Truck.
100 people packed into Zulu Records to collaborate with Bend Sinister for the latest installment of Playground. The last video (see here) kinda spelled out the process a bit more clearly but essentially this project is about changing the concert experience. People get to sing and play and create with a band rather than spectate.
Watch the performance below!
Good news Vancouver! Artists Erin Jane Nelson and Ming Lin were able to fully fund their project so they are coming to Vancouver to launch “Summer School”. They are gonna turn Project Space (Artist-Run-Centre) into a free pop-up art school from July 21-25!
Classes include mushroom-spore printing, indigo kites, air tasting, rainbow pasta, and strap weaving! Registration for classes is now open! Space is really limited so you better do it quick!
Sign up for classes, here.
“Give away what you’ve got!” Papergirl was originally started by Aisha Ronniger in 2006. It is an art project in which paper art is given away to unsuspecting people around Berlin via bicyclists. Over the years it has spread to other cities and now there is a Papergirl Vancouver. If you want to submit your artwork or be a bicycle delivery person jump over here.
I dug up the video I posted back in 2009, watch it below!