July 12th, 2014 – Art Walk

July 12, 2014 gave us an opportunity to help the talented artists in the city to showcase their work and revitalize Broadway East. Together we turned a few blocks of the neighbourhood into a happening art hub. Thanks to everyone who made the event possible.

BEAW Poster 2014

BEAW Poster 2014


425 E Broadway (Andrew Sheret – Outdoors)
490 E Broadway (Teamsters – Outdoors)
452 E Broadway (Large chain-link fence)
2474 Prince Edward (Indoors at St Michael’s Hall and Front Lawn)
Also, please note that a juried outdoor art exhibition will be taking place at the same time at the Brewery Creek Garden at Dude Chilling Park, courtesy of the Dude Chilling Art Collective. Please review their event page for participating artists at the garden.


The extremely talented and energectic Sinead Sanders performed at 2:30pm at St. Michael’s Lawn and Teamsters at 3:00pm. Special thanks to Dust Townsend for his polished impromptu musical performance throughout the day at St. Michael’s Hall and Lawn.

Participating Artists

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Venue Map

Check out our photo album here

Thank You

This project is generously funded by a Vancouver Foundation – Neighbourhood Small Grant. Without their financial support this event would not be possible.  Thanks to Buy-Low Foods for sponsoring our light refreshments.Thanks to the Broadway East Art Walk organizing team: Carolyn Bell, Cheryl Cheeks, John Clinock, Varouj Gumuchian, Edwin Guerra, Marnie Hiebert, Nicole Janssen, Keir Moulton, Imelda Nurwisah, Rachael Stabbleford, Charles-Antoine Vallieres and Josephine Wang. Thanks also to our friends at Village Vancouver for allowing us to borrow the Main Street Seed library which brought a lot of joy to people in our neighbourhood.

Special thanks to the Dude Chilling Art Collective’s Cheryl Cheeks and Marnie Hiebert for partnering with us from the earliest stages to collaboratively create a memorable event. Thanks to the Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House, Harkness Butchers & Co., VanPrint, Vancouver Pop-Up Poets, participating artists and the community for their continued support and encouragement. We are also very grateful to all participating venues for allowing us to create opportunities to increase neighbourhood pride and energize the streets through local art: Teamsters Local 213, Andrew Sheret, St. Michael’s Church, and Imperial Oil.