The Future is Floating is a collaboration with SydFest in Australia. In early 2018, two Other Sights producers were Curators-in-Residence at Sydney Festival. Work continues on this project with Other Sights again visiting the festival in 2019 bringing along two Canadian Indigenous Artists in Residence. Time spent in Sydney in 2019 will result in the creation of new works and an […]
Thanks to everyone who was able to join the conversation at the Disrupting Barriers in the Area of Accessibility event on September 29 at the Lost & Found Cafe. Also, a BIG thanks to the event speakers and to Carmen Papalia for creating and organizing this event. All images were taken by Thomas Quirk.
Join urbanist Sarah Moore on an hour-long walk and mobile listening party that considers the stories and spaces of False Creek, from fertile tidal flats to its current state. Sea Legs is one of a series of podcasts based on and informed by The Foreshore Sessions.
Join us for a conversation with the Blue Cabin project founding partners, Glenn Alteen, Esther Rausenberg, and Barbara Cole, as they talk about their four-year process of saving, remediating, and repurposing the cabin. They will also speak about the project as it moves into its next phases of development, drawing us closer to its launch as a floating artist residency and heritage engagement site.