M’akola Housing Society played a big part in #housingcentral, sharing their process and a number of projects. We are very inspired by this mural project on the Hope Centre in Sooke, by artists Natassia Davies, T’Sou-ke Nation, Dahlila Charlie, Beecher Bay First Nation, Nicole Neidhardt, Navajo Nation, Jesse Campbell, Metis.
Titled “Coming Home”, the mural illustrates a shift from some of the disjointed elements of contemporary society to a journey home to culture and heritage.
“Hope Centre is a mixed-used housing, education, training, support and social service/thrift store building designed to provide layers of complementary support to the homeless and homeless-at-risk youth populations of the community of Sooke, with a focus on Aboriginal persons.”
Kudos to all that made these projects happen!
We are keen to share some of the projects from the #housingcentral conference this week. Street Symphony is one of those. Listen to their story and be inspired. @VijayGupta
Wednesday October 24 to Sunday November 4, 2018
Seeds of Justice, Seeds of Hope, the 15th Annual Downtown Eastside Heart of the City Festival celebrates the creative and committed artists and activists who thrive in the heart of Vancouver. See you there!
The Swallowfield Barn was featured in Home Grown within the Langley Times! Read more about what MOTIV principal Asher and his family have achieved with this amazing structure rooted in their local community!
An awesome fundraiser for the St. James Music Academy! #swallowfieldfarm #stjamesmusicacademy #dennisboumanband #reubendegroot #twinbandit #etiennetrembly #davidsimard #motivarchitects photo by @chrisruiter