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Zine Launch / “Dreaming Hand-in-Hand” by Yarrow Intergenerational Society for Justice
March 24 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm PDT
On Thursday, March 24th from 5-8pm, join Massy Arts and Yarrow Intergenerational Society for Justice for the in-person launch and exhibition of their community zine: “Dreaming Hand-in-Hand: An Intergenerational Chinatown Zine”. This self-published zine is a collection of collages created by Chinese youth and seniors depicting their hopes and dreams for Chinatown.
At the event, the original works featured in the zine will be exhibited and the zine will be available for purchase. The contributing youth and senior artists will be in attendance. This project was made possible through the Community Arts Grant, awarded by the City of Vancouver.
The event will be hosted at the Massy Arts Gallery, at 23 East Pender Street in Chinatown, Vancouver.
The zine launch and exhibition is free + open to all of our community, and registration is mandatory.
Visitors will be free to browse the exhibition, purchase a zine, and connect with any contributing artist who are present. However, due to our current safety measures under the pandemic, each visit is limited to 50 minutes, and the capacity limit per hour is 35 people. Please select a time on our Eventbrite page to make an appointment.
Covid Protocols: For all in-person events, attendees must provide proof of vaccination, wear a mask (N95 masks are encouraged and recommended as they offer the best protection), and consent to having their temperature checked at the front door. We ask that if you are showing any symptoms, that you stay home. Thank you kindly.
Click here to register for the event
About Yarrow Intergenerational Society for Justice
Yarrow Intergenerational Society for Justice 世代同行會 supports youth and low-income immigrant seniors in Chinatown and the Downtown Eastside. We build power in our community through intergenerational relationship building, and by helping seniors overcome language and cultural barriers to services that meet their basic needs.
We combine service provision and grassroots organizing, with a core belief that service work is political and that as a community, we have the tools we need to take care of one another. We empower seniors and youth to work together to improve their communities and tackle the difficult problems of oppression and violence.
Our vision is of a Chinatown that is intergenerational and thriving, with accessible and culturally relevant services and an environment that cherishes our seniors and youth.
The door is not automatic. Push to enter, pull to exit. The width of the doorway is 100cm / 39.3in. The path from the street to the doorway is flat. When entering the space, there will be two tables on either side of the entrance. There will be a narrow path when entering the space that is the same width as the doorway and ~4ft long. The space widens after the narrow entrance path.
The main gallery space is 627sq ft. The length of the gallery space is ~36.5ft and the width is 17ft. There are four support posts in the space. The distance between the posts is 9ft 7in. The narrow distance between the posts and the right-side wall is 5ft 4in. There will be seating available at the event which are plastic fold chairs.
There is one gender inclusive bathroom in the space. The door is not automatic. Pull to enter, push to exit. The width of the doorway is 90cm / 35.5in. The bathroom is 45sq ft. There are two sets of grab bars located behind and to the right of the toilet.
The space is a scent-free space. We kindly ask that event attendees refrain from wearing scented products in the space.
Bus: #19, #22, N19 Night Bus. Bus stop ID: 50021
Sky Train: Stadium-Chinatown Station