Join the SFU Intercultural Community Program on March 1st for the Museum of Vancouver’s “Curator’s Talk & Tour: Neon Vancouver, Ugly Vancouver”. All students (international & domestic) and friends are invited to attend this event!
When: Thursday, March 1st, 7:00pm
Where: Museum of Vancouver, 1100 Chestnut St (Vanier Park), Vancouver
Cost: $10 (tickets available upon arrival at the museum, or online HERE
Meeting place: Museum of Vancouver main entrance, 6:40pm
Activity: Museum of Vancouver’s “Neon Vancouver, Ugly Vancouver” Exhibition
“Did Vancouver’s flashing neon signs signal glamour, excitement and big city living? Or was neon part of a tawdry display that disfigured Vancouver’s natural beauty? Joan Seidl, Director of Collections and curator of Neon Vancouver, will delve into this question and more, in this in-depth talk and tour. Learn more about the history of the signs in the exhibit, Vancouver’s evolving hate/love relationship with neon, and how MOV came to hold a significant neon collection.”
To register, please complete the registration form HERE by Tuesday, February 28.
Please bring/prepare: Students must bring valid SFU student ID card. Wearing comfortable shoes is recommended, and students may bring cameras.
Note: All participants must be comfortable standing/walking for one hour.
Last day to register: Tuesday, February 28
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org