Please join us for the launch of Working World: Diversity and Employment in Metro Vancouver, a photography exhibit at the Museum of Vancouver on April 4!
SPARC BC and the Museum of Vancouver have partnered to present an exhibit of local photography that examines the intersection of cultural diversity and employment in Metro Vancouver. Photographers were invited to submit a photo and write-up for the opportunity to present a series of photographic works at the Museum of Vancouver's community display area. The results are in and the photos are going up. Artists on display include Simonida Jocic, Ted Nodwell and Ian Snow, as well as Gary Fiegehan, Louise Francis-Smith, Jugoslav Kitanovic and Aaron Zenga. Please join us in this celebration of local talent and cultural inquiry!
The launch is preceded by a short dialogue from 4:30 to 5:30, led by two speakers who will engage the topic of cultural production, employment and art. Remarks will follow at 5:30 with open talk, music and light refreshments until 7:00. Join us for both dialogue and launch – or one or the other – your choice!
Museum of Vancouver is located at 1100 Chestnut Street.
The exhibit will be up from April 4 to May 30, 2012.
The April 4 launch starts at 5:30, preceded by a 1 hour dialogue at 4:30.
If you can't make it, please feel free to send others in your place. RSVP for the dialogue to firstname.lastname@example.org or 604.718.8502 by March 30.