Thursday, November 14, 2019
Now Is The Time - Screening and Discussion
Join us for a special screening and discussion with local filmmaker Christopher Auchter, and from the Haida Nation, artist and author, Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas in a program featuring Auchter's 2019 NFB film Now Is The Time, fresh off the international film festival circuit.
The screening will be followed by a discussion and Q & A with filmmaker Christopher Auchter and Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas.
Saturday, November 23, 2019
Vancouver INDIGENOUS fashion week at mov
Prepare yourself to experience the future of Indigenous fashion. Vancouver Indigenous Fashion Week and MOV partner to offer an intimate fashion show featuring works by 2 contemporary Indigenous designers who explore Northwest coast and Coast Salish designs.
VIFW brings global recognition to Indigenous fashion designers and artisans from the Northwest coast and across Turtle Island. VIFW showcases the power and beauty of authentic Indigenous art and design by supporting talent development and organizing showcases throughout the year, culminating with Vancouver Indigenous Fashion Week. The fashion show at MOV will showcase designs not on view during the VIFW's showcase at the Orpheum. Our event will additionally feature traditional storytelling by local poet laureate, Christie Lee Charles.
Thursday, November 28, 2019
Pay What You Can Night!
The last Thursday evening (5:00pm - 8:00pm) of every month, MOV Admission is by donation.
See the neon light up downtown when folks go to nightclubs and movies. Pose for street photographer Foncie Pulice as he snaps portraits of the sidewalk parade. Check out the jukebox and the private lives of teenagers. Live the post-war dream in the neighbourhood of Fraserview, as veterans’ families move into brand new housing!
Tuesday, December 3, 2019
Seniors Day at MOV!
The first Tuesday of every month is $5 admission for seniors (65+).
Pose for street photographer Foncie Pulice as he snaps portraits of the sidewalk parade. See the neon light up downtown when folks go to nightclubs and movies. Groove on Vancouver, the coolest city on the Canadian coast. Visit the hippies’ communal house, try on macramé finery, and listen to great Vancouver bands from the late 1960s!