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Past Programs

Past Programs

The Compassion Project

Dance to the End of Love Artist Celeste Snowber initiated a community art project to help us consider the loss and grief and recognize the uncertainty that people faced during this pandemic. People were invited to bring an embodied expression to these times including passion, whimsy or joy to New Westminster to draw the community …

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An exciting collection of performances from emerging poets of colour debuted in 2022. In Poets+, Łutselkʼe Dene, Plains Cree poet and spoken word Tawahum Bige, performs alongside Nisga’a spoken word/hip hop artist Justin Percival, queer Filipinx comedian Tin Lorica, and creative facilitator Jillian Christmas. Together, they cover themes of identity, oppression, and reconciliation. The hour-long compilation was …

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Queens Park Arts Festival

This family-friendly festival features live music, dance and theatre performances, and hands-on art experiences in the intimate forest setting in Queen’s Park. Come for the afternoon, the evening, or stay all day to soak up the artistic atmosphere. Returning summer 2024 News Art Festival News Example artsnewwest_jk87y2 • June 21, 2023 • Queens Park Art …

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ArtsNW Podcast

ArtsNW is a podcast that is homegrown and distinctly New West. During the pandemic, the podcast sought to remove the distance between us by sharing casual conversations between artists and finding ways to continue support and present their work to the public through a virtual platform. Join hosts Joel Mackenzie, Casey Thomas-Burns, Howard Dai and …

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