Thursday, April 29, 2010

Announcing! Here and There


Sunset Community Centre, Sunset Rink and the Moberly Arts & Cultural Centre are pleased to announce the launch of HERE and THERE a community based art project led by the Artist , Pat Beaton and Internship Artist, Zee Kesler. Follow us at!

This project is jointly sponsored by Art & Culture, Parks Board, The Sunset Association and The Thomas family of Delta, BC, in memory of their father, W. Stan Thomas, founding president of the Sunset Memorial Centre, and Prime Signal Ltd.

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Here and There

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Here and There – a community art project!

In conjunction with the Vancouver Draw Down, Sunset Community centre will host a free mapping workshop that features the community art project Here and There.

We will be drawing maps of the neighbourhood, maps of imagination, maps of flight and fancy. Maps can describe a neighbourhood, its history, its people and the imagination of the map’s maker.

A map gives clues and direction and can let the reader understand a little bit about how the map maker experiences life. What do you see and hear as you travel the neighbourhood? What did you see on our way into Sunset Community Centre? What would you like to add to a community map? What would you like everyone to know about your neighbourhood? Where are the hidden treasures?

Come join Pat Beaton and Zee Kesler as we begin to trace the places of our neighbourhood.
Saturday April 24
10am to 12pm
Sunset Community Centre
The event is free of charge and open to all ages.
See you there!

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Gardening Workshops

Aimee provided workshops for seniors, families and the general public. Community members learnt about making pots, planting seeds, germination and gardening tips.

Dr. Aimee Taylor provided gardening programs at both Sunset Community Centre and The Moberly Arts & Cultural Centre this spring. Aimee is a registered Horticultural Therapist HTR and Soil Scientist PhD. She has worked on therapeutic horticulture programs with seniors, disabled adults and children.