grunt gallery, Other Sights for Artists’ Projects, and Creative Cultural Collaborations (C3) are thrilled to announce the public launch and first open house of the historic Blue Cabin Floating Artist Residency on Date: August 25, 2019

Location: Plaza of Nations in False Creek.

Time: 11:30 am to 5:30 15 minute tours

This event is free and open to the public.

The August 25th public launch will include the announcement of the cabin's first full season of programming, as well as tours of the facility every 15 minutes from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. for a maximum 20 people per tour on a first-come, first-served basis. It's a chance to see not only the cabin restored carefully by artists Jeremy and Sus Borsos, but the 500-square-foot deckhouse--an energy-efficient structure featuring off-the-grid water and power systems--designed by artist Germaine Koh and architect Marko Simcic last year.



Al Neil Collages 1984 -1999 is a collection of Al’s work that Carole Itter donated to support the Blue Cabin Floating Artist Residency capital campaign. These never-before-seen works of Al’s (part of his personal collection) were showcased at C3 STUDIOS - 884 E. Georgia Street.

Thank you to Carole Itter, Esther Rausenberg and Amy Nugent for making this possible. Thanks to Carole's significant and generous donation, 100% of the proceeds from the sales of these works support the Blue Cabin Residency build.

"Untitled" al Neil 1997 mixed media on rag paper 41 x 29.5



Big PRINT Chinatown EXHIBIT and Reception
as part of the opening of the

2017 Vancouver International Dance Festival

Opening: Thursday March 9, 2017 6:00-7:00 pm

Exhibit Dates: March 9 -25, 2017

Place: Roundhouse Community Centre

Prints by artists: 

Corey Bulpitt, Haisla Collins, Kee Toy Woo Joseph, Jeanette Lee, Sharifah Marsden, Susan Point, Connie Sabo, Jerry Whitehead & Gerald Pedros, Sylvia Wong, June Yun 

Big Print Artistic Coordinators: Peter Braune & Richard Tetrault
C3 Co-Artistic Directors: Richard Tetrault & Esther Rausenberg


Take a self guided tour through historic neighbourhood of Strathcona and experience Vancouver's black history.