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SLIDELUCK Vancouver IV Recap


[Text by Tina Mohns]
[Photos by Josh Bowie]

SLIDELUCK Vancouver lV, a part of Capture Photo Fest, was a smashing success with almost 160 attendees including more than half of our featured artists. Our new venue, Beaumont Studios, in the industrial district of Mount Pleasant, created a vibrant atmosphere for this year’s event. There was a buzz of conversation and an abundance of warm smiles throughout the night. Our top shelf jurors, Avalon Mott, Jonathon Vaughn Strebly, Matthew Clark and Pennylane Shen, selected 21 incredibly talented and diverse, local and international artists to represent this year’s theme of INFLUENCE:

Albert Law – Alessia Palermiti – Alexander Moiseev – Barbara Tili – Carson Cartier
Christopher Herwig – David Ellingsen – Dina Goldstein – Gerardo Filocamo
Jeff Topham   Jon West – Katia Repina & Luca Aimi – Kristopher Grunert
Laara Cerman – Marika Dee   Marjan Kochak Yazdi – Olivia Sari-Goerlach
Ryan Mah – Sally Buck  - Sofia Bensadon
Tanya Goehring & Trevor Jacobson

From our artists and guests:

It was such an awesome evening of food, fun and amazing imagery!” - participating artist, Ryan Mah   

What an awesome event! We had a great time and are looking forward to going again next year. Wonderful food and an incredible artist showcase. Love this event!”  - attendee,  Sarina Corsi

It was wonderful. You threw a great party, brought so many people together to meet each other, and I loved learning about such diverse artists’ work.- participating artist, Sally Buck

With challenging food safety regulation in Vancouver, we put a twist on potluck and provided guests with comfort food from 2 of the best food trucks in the city; Holi Masala and Chickpea. The art and food were further enhanced by ice-cold, refreshing brews, which were donated by our generous partner, Brooklyn Brewery, and sexy tunes from our hot DJs, Kerry Chambers and Alex D. 

A huge THANK YOU goes out to our major partners, without whom this celebration of art and community would not be possible; CAPIC Vancouver, the Idea School of Design at Capilano University, Beau Photo and of course, Brooklyn Brewery.


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