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As ephemeral as social media, join artist Sára Molčan as she launches a new series of paintings for one night only.

August 23rd, 6pm til late at the Arts Factory, 281 Industrial

Cash bar, music, socializing, selfie wall, no cover

ABOUT THE SHOW
As ephemeral as the media it represents, artist Sára Molčan presents a new series of sixteen paintings looking at the way our careful curation of self and desire to remain ambivalent impacts our relationships. For one night only before disappearing like your favourite Instagram stories.

Please join us for an exhibit of Arts Factory artist Sára Molčan's new work in her show Casually Indifferent

OPENING | July 20 6-10pm
Cash bar, music, socializing, selfie wall

GALLERY HOURS | July 21 + 22 12-4pm

LOCATION | at The Arts Factory, 281 Industrial Avenue
off Main, limited parking available, transit accessible via Expo Line

ABOUT THE SHOW
Social media presence has become an endless performance, impacting how we identify with ourselves and our relationships.

Come see work by the Arts Factory Artists next to a series of portraits of the artists as well as live performances. 

The Spring Salon is a show and sale featuring a selection of Arts Factory Artists along with a few guest artists that live and work in Vancouver. This show highlights the diversity of works and makers alongside portraits of the artists by local photographer Rennie Brown. The two-day Spring Salon will host a Friday evening reception and casual Saturday afternoon meet-and-greet. 

Welcome by Tstatsu Stalqaya (Coastal Wolf Pack)

“Vancouver’s creative sector is one of the most unique and vibrant in the world, and there is a huge need for affordable artist space in our city.

The Arts Factory is one step the City is taking to strengthen Vancouver’s arts and culture spaces and resources, and we’re proud of this partnership to transform a City-owned building into an exciting new creative hub for Vancouver."

~ Mayor Gregor Robertson

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