Pride Art Walk
July 20, 2020
Pride Art Walk
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Enter The Contest
- Step One: Go on the Pride Art Walk and take some photos and/or videos – of the art, of you near the art – it doesn’t matter as long as we can tell you are on the Pride Art Walk!
- Step Two: Upload them to Instagram and/or Twitter (Instagram Stories do not count)
- Step Three: In the description, you must tag @VancouverPride and #PrideArtWalk
- Step Four: Your correctly tagged (@VancouverPride & #PrideArtWalk) photos will be automatically submitted to our gallery!
- Step Five: Repeat! You can take a photo at each Pride Art Walk location!
- Step Six: Get your friends to vote on your photos! Voting begins on July 26, 2020 at 9:00am and closes on August 7!
- Full details and gallery found here.
You must have a Canadian Mailing Address to enter.Photo/video submissions END on August 3, 2020 @ 11:59pm.
✦ Lot 19 – Hornby & Hastings
✦ šxʷƛ̓ənəq Xwtl’e7énk Square (formally known as the Vancouver Art Gallery North Plaza) – Hornby & Georgia
✦ Nelson Park – Nelson & Thurlow
✦ Jim Deva Plaza – Davie & Bute
✦ Morton Park – Davie & Denman
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Morgan Asoyuf (nee. Green) was born March 24, 1984 in Prince Rupert BC, to parents Henry Green and Jean Gardiner. Morgan is Ts’msyen Eagle Clan from Ksyeen River. She has
apprenticed with artists such as Richard Adkins (Haida), Henry Green (Tsm’syen), and attended Vancouver Metal Art School with German Goldsmith Gerold Mueller. Morgan loves teaching, creating, and fishing on the Skeena River.
Morgan identifies as Pansexual / 2 Spirit (Genderqueer or gender non-conforming indigeneity) and feels a responsibility to push for more safe spaces and amplify the voices of 2S youth. Her work with Royal Portrait (Bill Reid
Gallery) has led her to deep realizations about how much of the active work within land defence and MMIWG2S is shouldered by women and 2S. More community support
is vital to ending discrimination and violence against our people.
Edward Fu-Chen Juan is a gay or queer Taiwanese Canadian. He immigrated to Canada as a young child from rural southern Taiwan. His parents are nature lovers and worked in the organic agriculture industry.
He has a bachelor of fine arts degree from California Institute of the Arts (Calarts). From 2013 to 2019 he created a paper and textile artisan business called Forest & Waves in which he collaborated with artisans around the globe. He was particularly drawn to the spirit of working with natural materials.
Edward Fu-Chen Juan
Paige Bowman is an illustrator living on the traditional, unceded territories of the Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish) Səlílwətaʔɬ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) and xwməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam) Nations, or so-called Vancouver. They identify as nonbinary and bisexual, and have embodied their
experiences of mental health, sex and gender identity in the metaphorization of mythical creatures and folklorish animals. They have studied illustration at both Emily Carr University of Art and Design and Sheridan College.
Kari Kristensen is a contemporary Canadian artist who lives and works in British Columbia. She seeks to re-imagine the Canadian Landscape tradition and its persistence in her
and our consciousness.
She is also gay, which she thinks has made her a better printmaker… how the mind works defies exact causation,but she thinks past stress around her sexuality androgynous gender expression led to her OCD. Having OCD has
enhanced the attention needed to execute the precision of her printmaking.
Ben Z Cooper is Creative Director and Partner at HFOUR Studio, based in Vancouver, BC. HFOUR works at the intersection of art, technology and public engagement to create large scale, immersive installations. He is the curator of the Pride Art Walk, and is grateful for an opportunity to produce work for Pride. The bold leadership of the LGBTQ2S+ people offers us an opportunity to be honest, investigative and open about our sexuality and identities in
a safe space.