A MULTIDISCIPLINARY ART SHOWCASE EVENT
Fall Launch - October 6th & 7th, 2017 at THE CHINESE CULTURAL CENTER, Vancouver
A TWO-day multidisciplinary showcase
October 6 from 7pm - 11:30pm
October 7 from 7pm - 1:30am
Lab Art Show is a multidisciplinary art exhibition - an event where artists have the opportunity to express their talent, network and share their passion.
Our goal is to collaborate various styles of art, to break down the perceived barriers of the art world, and to give people the opportunity to experience and collect art in an inviting atmosphere.
Lab Art Show features up to 150 artists and designers from up to 12 countries during which a full roster of performance art, and world entertainment unravels.
The International Art Exhibition has quickly become the most anticipated event of the year for the fine art professionals and fashion designers.
Witness the collaboration and cohesion of short films, live music, a live body painting exhibit, audiovisuals, paintings, sculptures, acting, contemporary dance, animation, a fashion show and more!
We are committed to redefining the art industry, by showcasing established and emerging, local and international artists. Our goal is to increase exposure to buyers, services, entrepreneurs, press and industry professionals to increase their reach in the global market.
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Every donation to Lab Art Show contributes to the movement of Art that is central to Vancouver.
CASA HUICHOL (Huichol home) is an institution that supports the health and well-being of the Huichol group. This institution accommodates ill Huichol aboriginals in five different communities around the province of Jalisco, Mexico. The institution also supports bilingual staff, speaking both Spanish and the Huichol dialect, Wixarika.
The cost of medical care and accommodation in the city of Guadalajara is a major obstacle for the Huichol families. The Huichol families lack the necessary resources for medical care due to the funds from the Mexican government.
In order to support the Huichol groups , CASA HUICHOL creates aboriginal art and crafts such as necklaces, bracelets, and sculptures. These artistic items are sold to various communities around Mexico, which contributes to the funds of CASA HUICHOL. This is also a way by which the patients and their accompanying relatives are able to return to their home communities.
Lab Art Show supports CASA HUICHOL by selling their products to enable Mexican aboriginals continue their traditions, while ensuring they receive the proper health services.
Join us at Lab Art Show to explore more of ARTE HUICHOL and learn more about their culture!