On Friday, March 20 a group of students from Emily Carr University put on a performance art fair at ViVo on Main st in Vancouver BC. The format of the exhibition mimicked that of a trade show with different stations where interactive performances were hosted by different artists. I arrived a little late so I didn’t not experience the event in its entirety but I did enjoy the diversity and fun that fueled the environment.

At one station there was a posse that you could join in by putting on headphones and dancing with a crew that all shared in the same music, or a sit at an affirmation writing lounge, you could interact with a human in a wooden box, and at one point we all did the hokey pokey together. It was a great deal of fun and there was a real feeling of creative collaboration and support. A lot of work went into this event and it was reflected in the quality and intentions of the event.

Thanks fellow Emily Carr students, especially Marina Comstock, for putting on this thoughtful event.

(photos will come soon)


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