Author: Oliver

Acting Kung Fu Winter Session

Do you love Kung Fu movies? Why not make one yourself? Acting Kung Fu is a class focused on staging Kung Fu choreographies live and for camera. The classes include, stretching, some Iron Palm (strengthen of skin and muscles), basic kicks and punches. In the theoretical section, you will get into the basic ideas of Non-Verbal Dialogue and the creation of fight choreographies. We will look at how the narrative of fights work, and how to create intriguing choreographies. Another important part will be the preparation for and approach of a character. This active taught class is for both beginners...

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Lori Snyder Workshop: Making Beeswax Salves and Lip Balms

Come discover how to make your own all natural beeswax salve with infused medicines. Lori Snyder will share the most common plants that can be harvested from our urban settings and teach you how to infuse the plant materials into oils to make your own lip balms and healing salves. Please dress appropriately as we will be working with hot oils and beeswax. $5 registration fee for materials. December 10, 2017 | 1:00pm – 5:00pm Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre | 7646 Prince Albert St., Vancouver Register for this workshop...

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Girls Rock Camp Vancouver Winter Session!

When Cyndi Lauper says “Girls just wanna have fun”, we think this translates to: “Girls just wanna rock out!”  Since this is a true statement like no other, Sunset Community Centre and Moberly Arts and Culture Centre offers Girls Rock Camp Vancouver (GRCV), a program that aims to empower youth through music creation. This fall session of GRCV’s after school program will focus on different musical genres, from rock, country, punk, pop, hip hop, and more, led by local female musicians, as well as workshops in songwriting and merch making (campers will screenprint their own tshirts). Youth will get hands on experience making music in...

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Lori Snyder Medicinal Garden

We invite you to come and join us to co-create the transformation of the Moberly Garden. Indigenous Herbalist Lori Snyder will be hosting this event. We will be ‘winterizing the garden beds” and then after sitting with warm soup and teach and exchanging our visions for the garden. When: November 26, 2017, 1:00pm – 3:00pm Where: Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre Cost:...

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Winter 2018 Season Open for Registration

The 2018 Winter Season at Moberly Arts and Culture is now open for registration! In addition to returning programs such as Polymer Dance, Shiamak’s Bollywood Jazz, Amazing Shaolin Arts, Belly Dance Performance and Move, Groove & Improve, Moberly is also pleased to offer two amazing programs for youth: Girls Rock Camp for 8-16 year olds and Adapted Musical Theatre for 13-25 year olds. For more information on these programs, please visit our programs page. To register, please visit the Vancouver Recreation...

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Thank you to Brad Marsden for his insightful workshop “Fire Across the Land” in part of Truth and Reconciliation. He discusses the impacts of historical trauma from colonization on First Nations people and residential schools. Want to know more? Brad will be hosting more of these workshops @moberlyartscentre that will be open to the public to register. Stay tuned...(photo: Arts Programmer Oliver McTavish-Wisden with Brad Marsden) #bradmarsden #moberlyartscentre #truthandreconciliation ... See MoreSee Less

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Do you know about the city's neighborhood matching fund? It's a special fund for art, greening or gardening projects on public land. If you'd like to know more, attend the info session on March 6th, 6pm-8pm at the Creekside Community Centre. ... See MoreSee Less

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