Blue Cabin Press 2015-2017

Posted on Apr 29, 2020 in Uncategorized

Caoimhe Morgan-Feir. “The Little Blue Cabin That Could” Canadian Art. September 13, 2018.

Robin Laurence. “Vancouver Art Gallery and grunt gallery catch cabin fever” Georgia Straight. July 11, 2018.

Kevin Griffin. “Housing takes centre stage in four Metro Vancouver exhibitions” The Vancouver Sun. July 11, 2018.

Kevin Griffin. “Squatter shacks described as distinctively Vancouver as glass towers” Vancouver Sun. July 6, 2018.

Charles Campbell. “The Last Squat” Subterrain Magazine. Issue 79 – Bye Bye Vancouver. Summer 2018.

“An archive of colours’: Decades of history preserved in historic cabin on North Shore” CBC News. June 23, 2018.

Lise Boullard. “grunt gallery show documents Blue Cabin restoration” North Shore News Pulse. June 22, 2018.

“Margaret Gallagher interview – The last of the Maplewood Mudflats” CBC The Early Edition with Steven Quinn. June 20, 2018.

(Blog) Daniel Francis. “Blue Cabin” June 14, 2018.

Scott Watson. “Blue Cabin” Catalog Essay – grunt gallery. June 2018.

Maria Spitale-Leisk. “Young artists unlock window to squatter era in North Van” North Shore News. April 2, 2018.

The Capilano Review, Issue 3.35, Jeremy Borsos. Spring 2018.

Megan Jenkins. “The Blue Cabin” Montecristo Magazine. Spring 2018.

Jane Lemke. “The Blue Cabin Project | Reactivating Historical Artist’s Studio” BC Museums Association Roundup Magazine, Changemaker Issue. March 2018.

Kevin Griffin. “ARTSEEN: Artist Residency next stage for the Blue Cabin” Vancouver Sun. January 18, 2018.

Karin Larsen. “Al Neil” CBC News. November 17, 2017.

Maria Spitale-Leisk. “Window to past found in Blue Cabin subfloor” North Shore News. October 3, 2017.

Bethany Lindsay. “A time capsule in the floor: artists’ cabin offers glimpse into Vancouver’s past” CBC News. October 1, 2017.

Maria Spitale-Leisk. “Blue Cabin restoration a window to past”  North Shore News. September 26, 2017.

Kevin Griffin. “Blue Cabin restoration uncovers entertainment snapshot of old Vancouver” Vancouver Sun. September 18, 2017. “It’s an extraordinary humble building,” Jeremy Borsos said. “To be able to save it is really amazing. This is probably the first time that you’ll see a building restored that represents the heydays of hippiedom.”

Richard Walton. “MAYOR’S MESSAGE: Blue squatters’ cabin in greener pasture” Deep Cove Crier, North Shore News. July 05, 2017.

Brent Richter. “Historic Blue Cabin to be restored for artists” North Shore News. June 30, 2017.

Renee Bernard. “Blue Cabin will get a new life”. 1130 News.  June 30, 2017.

Janet Smith. “The Blue Cabin receives funding to help turn it into a floating artist residency” Georgia Straight. January 26, 2017.

“Considering the cost of preserving the blue cabin,” Deep Cove Crier, North Shore News. June 7, 2016.

Brent Richter. “District debates squatters’ cabin” North Shore News. April 13, 2016.

Marsha Lederman. “Saved from demolition, historic Vancouver cabin needs a new home” The Globe and Mail. June 22, 2015.

Earl Douglas. “Letter: Move Squatters Shack to Cates Park” North Shore News. February 4, 2015.

“Clean White Shrine” Scamcouver Blog. January 31, 2015.“Inexplicably the little blue wood-stove heated shack has survived the intervening 40 odd years in a quiet corner nestled between the eastern edge of Cates Park and a site previously occupied by Noble Towing (Dollarton Shipyard) and McKenzie Barge & Marineways.” 

Tom Sandborn. “A history of Vancouver Squats” The Vancouver Sun. January 24, 2015.

(Blog) Daniel Francis. “History of Squatting” January 24, 2015.

Tom Sandborn. “Artists fight to preserve historic, 80-year-old North Vancouver cabin” The National Post. January 23, 2015.

Jane Seyd. “North Vancouver waterfront cabin ordered removed” North Shore News. January 23, 2015.

“End of an era for historic Cates Park cabin” Global News, News Hour BC. January 21, 2015.

(Blog) Theresa Kishkan. “a blue cabin at the tide’s edge” January 21, 2015.

Stephen Quinn, On the Coast, CBC. January 21, 2015.

“Cates Park artists’ cabin must go ahead of condo development nearby, says Port Metro Vancouver” CBC News. January 20, 2015.

Marsha Lederman. “Vancouver artists fight to protect a colourful piece of the city’s art history” The Globe and Mail. January 20, 2015.

Alexander Varty. “Artists Al Neil and Carole Itter’s cabin under demolition threat in North Vancouver” Georgia Straight. January 20, 2015.

Throughout 2017 and into early 2018, Jeremy & Sus Borsos, the artists who restored and refurbished the Blue Cabin, were also interviewed on CBC TV, Check 6 News TV, Amanda Spotted Fawn Strong, and CBC Radio (with host Margaret Gallagher).