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About Exhibitions

Exhibitions encourage public engagement, bridging cultures and building strong communities through the arts.

You Are Here Calendar 2023 Exhibition
District Library Gallery
July 28 - September 19, 2022

You Are Here celebrates the North Shore Region, including the City of North Vancouver, the District of North Vancouver, and the District of West Vancouver. This land is part of the unceded territories of  the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish Nation) and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh Nation), and all of the images in the calendar are inspired by this place. This exhibition shows the original artwork chosen for the 2023 You Are Here Calendar. Proceeds from the sale of this calendar support the North Shore Culture Compass, a free, online map that helps the public explore a the diverse cultural landscape of arts, heritage, and stories that the region offers. The Culture Compass celebrates life on the North Shore.

Learn more about the places in this calendar and how to pronounce place names in Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish language) and animals in Downriver Hunq’eme’nem/Hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ (Tsleil-Waututh language) at NorthShoreCultureCompass.ca.

We are very grateful to the talented artists who have donated the use of their art for this calendar.  These artists are inspired by their surroundings and have created works of art that allow you to imagine that You Are Here. 

Artists:
Joanne Frewer, Lorena Krause, Robbie Hosegood, Erin Halla Shakespeare, Danyne Johnston, Sue Johnson, Katie Rodgers, Kim Rosin, Tim Bennison, Shelley McDonald, Arabella Young, Elham Shiri. Calendars and art cards will be available to purchase at CityScape Community ArtSpace, online at The Shop at CityScape and at cultural organizations and select retail outlets across the North Shore.

2023 You Are Here Storymap!
Find out more about the North Shore places that inspired the artworks!

 

About the North Shore Culture Compass:
The North Shore Culture Compass is a free online map with over 658 assets that connect users to the rich cultural landscape of the region through explorations of its arts, heritage, and stories. New events, public art, histories are being added daily. Explore and plan your North Shore trip from your home.