2019 You Are Here Calendar Exhibition

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North Vancouver

These unique calendars contain 12 images created by 12 local artists
depicting North Shore scenes. Proceeds from calendar sales support the
North Shore Cultural Mapping Project.

Calendar pages are 10″ x 14″ (25cm x 36cm), with full colour images and
lots of space to write down your important dates. The images in the
calendar depict locations in the North Shore region, with a map showing
where to find the spot. Holidays and religious observances included in the
calendar were researched in collaboration with the North Shore Immigrant
Inclusion Partnership to reflect the cultural make up of our communities.

We thank the following artists for their generosity in providing their work
to support this calendar:
Tatjana Mirkov-Popovicki, Frank Townsley, Geoffrey Feng, Margot Brassil,
Vern Montgomery, Shelley McDonald, Wanda Doyle, Robin Wall, Julie Johnston,
Elyse Dodge, Lorena Krause, Laura Pickard.

Calendars will be available at the fabulous places listed below:
CityScape Community Art Space, 335 Lonsdale Avenue, NV
Seymour Art Gallery, Gallant Avenue, Deep Cove, NV
Silk Purse Art Gallery, WV
Ferry Building Art Gallery, WV
Grouse Mountain, NV

Original art work will also be exhibited at:
District Library Gallery, Aug 1 – Oct 1, 2018
Silk Purse Gallery, January 2019

An initiative of the North Vancouver Community Arts Council, the North
Shore Cultural Map will showcase the art and cultural diversity of the
North Shore Region, including the City of North Vancouver, the District of
North Vancouver, the District of West Vancouver, the Squamish Nation and
the Tsleil-Waututh Nation. Learn more about the Cultural Mapping project.

All calendars purchased online must be picked up at CityScape Community Art
Space, 335 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver, BC, V7G 1T9.

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