Celebrate UNESCO World Poetry Day at Moberly! Saturday, March 24, 2018 from 6PM – 8PM @ Moberly Arts and Culture Centre Free poetry recital, music and dance in a multicultural and multilingual event. For more information or if you like to read a poem that day, call Ashok Bhargava at 604-327-6040 or Moberly Arts Centre at 604-718-6521 Free admission and snacks FEATURING: Ahn Bong Ja, C.J.Prince, Irma Matalog, Nasreen Pejvack, Aidan Chafe, Carla Shafer, Janet Kvammen, Robert Calingo, Ashok Bhargava, Celeste Snowber, Kalwat Palmer, S.P. Dwivedi, Bernice Lever, Deborah Kelly, Lilia Valis & Enrico Renz, Shahana Akter, Betty Scott,...Read More
Ready to be inspired? Join us Friday, March 2nd and Saturday, March 3rd at Moberly Arts & Cultural Centre for the fourth annual installment of Leg Up!, an up close experience of pure energy embodied as five talented choreographers bring their latest creations to the stage. $20 in advance or $25 cash only at the door. Limited seating. Show starts at 8PM and is approximately one hour in duration. No intermission. Dezza Dance and Moberly Arts & Cultural Centre have partnered to support the work of Vancouver emerging dance artists. Past artists include: Sophie Brassard, Carly Davis, Megan Friesen,...Read More
Join us at Moberly on Sunday, February 4th for a new workshop with Lori Snyder. Come discover how to make your own tinctures using apple cider vinegar and dandelion. Lori Snyder will share the health benefits of tinctures such as aiding digestion and lowering blood pressure, and teach you how to make your own. February 4th, 2018 1:00pm – 3:00pm Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre Register...Read More
Moberly is pleased to announce Julie Hammond and Matthew Ariaratnam as our Artists in Communities at the Sunset Community Centre. Their project, called Wayfinding // Wandering, will encompass a series of happenings and workshops that will engage our South Vancouver residents. Julie and Matthew will be in the Sunset lobby on Monday, January 15th at 1:30pm to meet you and answer any questions about their residency! You can follow their projects...Read More
Brad Marsden leads a powerful experiential workshop to help educate service providers of the collective trauma that has impacted Native people throughout Canadian history. After understanding that a collective trauma exists, participants will better understand how feelings such as; fear, shame, anger, and learned helplessness began to infiltrate our communities and led to the disempowering behaviors and social conditions we see today. With this change in perception through the workshop, participants will have a better understanding of why native people see, think, feel, and behave as they do. As a result, service providers will be better prepared to effectively...Read More
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Moberly is proud to announce a free new program for youth, Questions for the 21st Century. Questions for the 21st Century is intended to give young people a platform to speak their truth. Over the course of 9 sessions, participants will develop text to be spoken and visuals aids to accompany the text, as well as develop public-speaking/performance skills. The course ends with a public showcase of the completed work.
The program will be running on Mondays after school, and will be taught by Vancouver theatre teacher Guy Fauchon.
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