May 24: As the Crow Flies is a community-engaged public art project bringing creative connections to urban birds directly into hands of Vancouverites. Help them make 6,000 ceramic baby Northwestern crows using hand-press molds in a FREE workshop.
As the Crow Flies is a community-engaged public art project offered by Emily Carr University of Art and Design that brings creative connections to urban birds directly into the hands of the citizens of Vancouver. As the Crow Flies is a 10-kilometre community public art project consisting of diverse artworks designed to engage and educate the public about what they can do to help reverse the environmental problems that include loss of biodiversity, climate change, and species decline. The projects called Fledglings, Nesting Nests, and Bird Play, are fun, hands on temporary artworks that bring together and empower local communities to learn how to make positive environmental changes on personal, community, and even national levels.
Strathcona Community Centre, Multipurpose Room; noon to 5pm. See events page for more details.