Mural Painting in Ross Park

Tuesday, June 22 Ross Park Ages 12+ Join Sandeep Johal as she leads the community through the process of painting a mural in a public park. This is a great opportunity to participate in a community bonding experience and learn how to paint large-scale projects...

Making Sense of It All at Marpole-Oakridge Community Centre

June 17, 2021 530PM – 730PM Marpole-Oakridge Community Centre Making Sense of It All will be continuing this spring with its next engagement at Marpole-Oakridge Community Centre. This is a special public literature project led by artist Jordan Baraniecki designed to...

Sunset Community Tile Painting – Online

Tuesday June 8 | 7pm-8pm | Free Event This is an all ages, free online event for residents in the Sunset neighbourhood. We will get together via Zoom to learn how to paint 6"x6" ceramic tiles using ceramic paints. This fun class will allow you to use your creativity...

Visual Storytelling with Sandeep Johal

June 12 | 12:30 - 1:30 Free Virtual Event (Registration Required) Come join us for an afternoon of art-making with visual artist Sandeep Johal. This workshop will also include live storytelling and a glimpse into a new piece of public art coming to Ross Park here in...

Moberly Writers and Storytellers Open Studio

The Moberly Writers and Storytellers are going to be hosting an open studio session on June 1st @ 9:30am. If you'd like to tune in to listen to some stories and see our process, please email us at moberly@vancouver.ca or call us at 604-718-6521.

Moberly Closure May 28th

Just a note that Moberly will not be open on Friday, May 28th. We will re-open on Monday, May 31st. Thank you!

Making Sense of It All at Kensington Community Centre

May 22, 2021 11AM – 1PM Kensington Community Centre Making Sense of It All will be continuing this spring with its next engagement at Kensington Community Centre. This is a special public literature project led by artist Jordan Baraniecki designed to explore...

Making Sense of It All

Our event at Moberly this past Friday night was a great success. Artist Jordan Baraniecki's project, Making Sense of It All, went off without a hitch just outside our front doors - a collaborative cut-and-paste poetry event projected live and streamed over Facebook....

Moberly Writers & Storytellers

Returning for the Spring, our creative writing program has been renamed Moberly Writers & Storytellers. This nine-week Arts & Health project will guide you to explore important memories in your life and give you tools to write poetry and stories - all via a...

Shiamak’s Bollywood Jazz returns this spring!

Sunset Community Centre | Wednesdays | April 21 - June 16 Ages 4-6 (5:15pm - 6:00pm) & Ages 7-12 (6:00pm - 7:00pm) Energetic music, dance, exercise and choreography makes SHIAMAK’s Bollywood Dance classes a favourite among all ages. This progressive class series...

FACILITIES/RENTALS

Artists or arts and cultural groups are welcome to rent our space for rehearsals, performances, workshops, community festivals, special events, concerts, conferences, etc. The space has a professionally sprung dance floor, fold out stadium seating, a modest lighting grid and experienced technicians. The building is wheelchair accessible (including accessible washrooms), with kitchen facilities and a meeting room (located in the basement).

MACC FACILITY FEATURES

  • 1664 sq. ft. rehearsal hall with sprung floor. Has additional 280 sq.ft. adjacent lounge area which can be sealed off with fold out panels. There are two, double doors off the main hall into the parking lot for easy loading.
  • Meeting Room/Studio located downstairs is 600 sq.ft., with large windows facing south, separate access door and sink.
  • All rooms can be equipped with long fold out tables on wheels, 3 tables are 10′ long and 30″ wide 8 tables are 8′ long and 30″ wide. There are 120 stackable chairs.
  • Newly re-constructed fully equipped kitchen.
  • Some equipment that may be made available for an extra fee include: TV and overhead projector, sound system and stage risers. Professional stage lighting (requires the hiring of a trained lighting technician).

MORE ABOUT RENTING MACC

  • Capacity: maximum number of people is 120 (including staff, children caterers and technicians).
  • Serving liquor: the rental group is responsible for obtaining a valid “Liquor License” for any liquor service or consumption as well as a “Serving it Right” certificate.
  • Serving food: food can not be cooked on the premises, only catered food and/or warming of food is permitted.

 RENTAL COSTS AND INQUIRIES

  • For rental inquiries and information on rates and partnership, contact Oliver McTavish-Wisden, at oliver.mctavish-wisden@vancouver.ca

Moberly Theatre Technical specifications and Equipment List

Theatre dimensions:                          Seating Area:Interior Area
Width: 32′                                                Width: 3′ x 4′
Length: 50′                                              Length 3″ x 8″

When extended, protrudes 11′ into theatre & leaves 4′ 6” on each side of the width of the theatre. There are 9 risers in total.

Lighting grid height:                               Loading Doors:  3
West Ceiling: 11′                                         Width: 5″ 10″
East Ceiling: 10′

Dancefloor:
Marley type Dance floor-for dance only

Lighting instruments:
6 ETC Source 4 ellipsoidal reflector spotlights, 575-750W
6 ETC PARNEL , 575-750W
Shutters and some gobos
5 floor stands
1 Leprecon LP 612 lighting console
3 Dimmers for a maximum of 12 lighting instruments

Sound:
Yorkville MM6 6 channel Powered Mixer, 200W
4 Yorkville Performance Series Speakers, 150 Watt each and mounted at 8′ height in each corner of the theater
1 Technics SL- PD9 5 Disc CD changer w. Digital optical output
11 Music stands
1 Boom mic stand
1 round base-straight mic stand
1 15′ XLR cable
1 5′ XLR cable
4 APEX 850 Dynamic microphones
16 Channel Mackie Sound Console CR1G04-VL2

Mural Painting in Ross Park

Mural Painting in Ross Park

Tuesday, June 22 Ross Park Ages 12+ Join Sandeep Johal as she leads the community through the process of painting a mural in a public park. This is a great opportunity to participate in a community bonding experience and learn how to paint large-scale projects...

Making Sense of It All at Marpole-Oakridge Community Centre

Making Sense of It All at Marpole-Oakridge Community Centre

June 17, 2021 530PM – 730PM Marpole-Oakridge Community Centre Making Sense of It All will be continuing this spring with its next engagement at Marpole-Oakridge Community Centre. This is a special public literature project led by artist Jordan Baraniecki designed to...

Sunset Community Tile Painting – Online

Sunset Community Tile Painting – Online

Tuesday June 8 | 7pm-8pm | Free Event This is an all ages, free online event for residents in the Sunset neighbourhood. We will get together via Zoom to learn how to paint 6"x6" ceramic tiles using ceramic paints. This fun class will allow you to use your creativity...

Visual Storytelling with Sandeep Johal

Visual Storytelling with Sandeep Johal

June 12 | 12:30 - 1:30 Free Virtual Event (Registration Required) Come join us for an afternoon of art-making with visual artist Sandeep Johal. This workshop will also include live storytelling and a glimpse into a new piece of public art coming to Ross Park here in...

Moberly Writers and Storytellers Open Studio

Moberly Writers and Storytellers Open Studio

The Moberly Writers and Storytellers are going to be hosting an open studio session on June 1st @ 9:30am. If you'd like to tune in to listen to some stories and see our process, please email us at moberly@vancouver.ca or call us at 604-718-6521.

Making Sense of It All at Kensington Community Centre

Making Sense of It All at Kensington Community Centre

May 22, 2021 11AM – 1PM Kensington Community Centre Making Sense of It All will be continuing this spring with its next engagement at Kensington Community Centre. This is a special public literature project led by artist Jordan Baraniecki designed to explore...

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