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full production An interview with filmmaker

Lisa Mazzotta Rachel Burns

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neighbourhood magic

Th  e Vancouver Parks and Recreation Board’s Fieldhouse Activation Program

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Sarah Bakke

the future is now

 reating safe spaces for women C of colour in the arts Kristin Cheung

the divulgers

 ow the stage changes comedians’ H perceptions of the truth Jackson Weaver

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tried to nap, poem without a hero, perfect places Poetry

Aja Moore

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star struck

Is astrology really all that out of this world?

Alice Fleerackers

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why we deserve safe spaces

Essay

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local lettering

Sunny Chens

 ecreating hand-lettering found in R the neighbourhoods of Vancouver Alanna Munro

over time

On taking up space

Tanvi Bhatia

every building on 100 west hastings, then & now P  hotography

Stan Douglas, Pamela Rounis & Lauren D Zbarsky

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speculators of the final frontier

The work of Jem Finer & Fei Disbrow

Alison Sinkewicz

starry eyed

A guide to modern constellations

Anthony Casey

i’m just browsing

Why small-space shopping is not for me

Michelle Cyca

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a space called space

Collaboration and creativity on Clark Drive

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space shifting

Observations in a new neighbourhood

Kerria Gray

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Dallas Gawlick

Art Komboh

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Genevieve Michaels

all in your head

How our perceptions differ from reality

nasty brutish & short

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holding space

coastal culture Vancouver’s Indegenous public art 

Dispatches from the Horsehead Nebula J ocelyn Tennant

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 An interview with Jeska Slater of Young Artist Warriors

why i will not be attending your play

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Film

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Cole Pauls

claim to space

Street art and place making

Megan Jenkins

total immersion I n conversation with artist Jim Holyoak Christina Gray

i’d rather be a radio

Essay

Mica Lemiski

starry nights

Free stargazing parties at SFU

Madeline Barber

It’s all film, baby! True story. All of the photographs you see in this issue (and every issue) were shot on film or Polaroid. We believe that the world is rough around the edges, and there is beauty in that imperfection. We hope you do too.

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Pat Christie

dear emily, / m’girl

Poetry Anne Denning, Samantha Marie Nock

most likely to break

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Meghan Bell

take the stage  Why I take up all the space I want

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as a stand-up comedian

Jackie Hoffart

over the moon

Our fascination with space exploration

Jessica Johns

elusive beasts

An incomplete recollection of Vancouver’s shuttered galleries

Alison Sinkewicz

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dispatches

India, California & London

Veronica Ciastko, Ashley Jardine, Meredyth Cole

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