Art for Impact presents: Ou(x)po, Dec 8

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If you live in the Vancouver area and enjoy arts of all flavours, and contributing to amazing causes, you will absolutely want to check out Ou(x)po, Art for Impact’s ninth show, upcoming on December 8. Here are some details:

Join Art for Impact at Ou(x)po

What: Art for Impact’s ninth event – Ou(x)po ! (oo-EX-poh)
Where: Russian Hall (600 Campbell, close to Hastings/Commercial)
When: December 8, 7:30pm – late
Tickets: Advance tix ($15) are limited, so get them soon! Otherwise they cost $20. All tix include the afterparty.

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Join us for our 9th event, Ou(x)po, exploring the possibilities found within creative constraints…

All proceeds are going to Instruments of Change and their Women Rock! program, a 12-week project for women in the BC prison system to gain self-empowerment through learning to play rock instruments, forming bands, managing gear and writing songs.

Ou(x)po invites guests to roam the building and enjoy the many pieces (ranging from classical music and dance to shadow puppetry, clown, film and beyond), all going on in unconventional locations.

Doors open at 7:30 (featuring an art auction and a pre-show by musician Angie Inglis), show starts at 8! There will be drinks available for purchase, and this year we’re featuring an afterparty (10pm-midnight) featuring the awesome band Miss You in Tuques, and a raffle draw.

Featured Artists Include:
Zane Barratt
The Story of Force and Motion
August Bramhoff
Clara Shandler (Sidewalk Cellist)
Shauna Elton
Aaron Malkin/Alastair Knowles
Rob Kitsos/Flick Harrison
Jenni Rempel/Brian Shannon
Renée Sigouin/Kelly McInnes
Angelina Krahn
Lindsey Shaw
Areli Moran Mayoral/Tyler Layton-Olson/Diego Romero
Myola Pautler
Forbidden Flutes
Anna Kraulis/Amy Teper/Hannah Carpendale/Bronwyn McIvor
Erica Mah
Mika Laulainen
Dave Stevens
Stephanie Lai
Dr. Ray Hsu

Can’t wait to see you there!
~the AFI Team: Natalie, Anna, Alisa, Andrew and Kevin.

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Kevin is a cooperator, an always-student, and passionate about the arts. As a principal of the Incipe Cooperative, Kevin works with colleagues in a workers' co-op offering services for advocacy and nonprofit organizations. He's passionate about education policy, having been through twenty some-odd years of schooling and still thinking it changes the world. He also thinks that art changes the world, and he works with Art for Impact to celebrate art's power for social change. A Vancouver born and raised resident who is exiled from Toronto, he constantly loses umbrellas and probably rants too much.

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