Published: August 6, 2017
JAN 2018 — The talented student artists at Emily Carr University have done it again.
Over the summer of 2017, students worked on the design and production of a new street mural for the north-facing wall of the Starbucks at West 64th Avenue.
The mural Metro Migration by Maddy Philips and Ben Evely, embraces the theme of human and animal movement in Marople.
It includes natural iconography of indigenous plants, and the animals moving in the community – migratory birds, freshwater and sea life.
The community became engaged in the painting process in a big way, and the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive.
Sincere thanks to Maddy Philips, Ben Evely, Starbucks, property owner Dylan, Ashley Guindon, Dr. Cameron Cartiere, and the City of Vancouver.
AUG 2017 — Community Painting Day: All Welcome! Emily Carr students in partnership with the Marpole BIA are hosting a painting day to get the community involved in our new mural. 8002 Granville Street at 64th Wednesday, August 9th, 11:00am – 4:00pm Wear: Paint- and weather-appropriate clothing Children must be accompanied by an adult We will be painting fun, easy shapes that all ages can participate in! We hope to see you there!