Category: Programs

Adaptive Musical Theatre

Adaptive Musical theatre is back! This program will have participants develop a musical performance piece from conception to premiere. In the final term participants will showcase the creative, collaborative project at The Moberly Arts & Culture Studio Theatre. This program is designed for youth 13 years and up with a developmental disability who work well in a group setting. Must be able to participate in a 1:5 ratio (1 Staff to 5 Participants). Able to communicate and attend to personal care needs (using changerooms and washrooms independently etc.). 135128 | Thu | Jan 11-Mar 29 | 7:00 PM-9:00 PM |...

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Arts & Health: Healthy Aging Through Arts

The Moberly Senior Dancers are part of Arts & Health, a unique arts initiative at community and seniors centres across greater Vancouver, which connects professional artists and seniors for collaborative art-making. The Moberly Senior Dancers, together with professional dance artists Anna Kraulis and Olivia Davies, explore cultural traditions, personal history and movement through improvisation and dance. Please sign up in person on the first day. Contact Caroline Liffmann 604-718-5857 for further information or visit www.artsandhealth.ca. 135359 | Thursdays | Jan 11-Mar 8 | 10:30 AM-11:30 AM |...

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Move, Groove and Improve

The Seniors  Hub and South Vancouver Neighbourhood House are pleased to partner with Moberly  Arts and Cultural Centre to offer Move, Groove, and Improve, a program focused  on active aging and well-being. Participants will engage in physical activities  such as chair yoga and go on trips to community hubs to increase social  connections. Instruction is in Punjabi. To register, please call South Vancouver Neighbourhood House at 604-324-6212. 135212 | Wed | Jan 3-Mar 28 | 10:00 AM-11:30 AM|...

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Moberly Arts & Cultural Centre (MACC)

Moberly Arts & Cultural Centre (MACC) is a community arts centre that provides a space for intercultural connections, a gathering place for the community and an opportunity for everyone to experience and participate in the arts. At MACC we believe that the arts enrich and strengthen community life. We work through partnerships and collaborations to support innovative projects where artists and community members can come together to create meaningful and rewarding experiences. Located in Moberly Park at East 60th Ave and Prince Albert St. in South Vancouver, MACC is an intimate and accessible black box theatre space with a...

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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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