East Van Arts & Culture Presents
«FRIDAY THE 13TH: PART II» Curated by 'Untitled'
Friday, October 13th @ 7pm
The Ellis Building, 1024 Main St.
Admission suggested donation $5
Live Deejays, Friday the 13th flash tattoos, drink specials, food truck, & more
Friday the 13th: Part II
Featuring work by:
Mitchell Villa (http://mitchellvilla.com/)
Christian Whiticar (http://christianwhiticar.com/paintings/)
Alysha Farling (http://alyshafarlingart.tumblr.com/)
Artwork, and prints will be available for sale at the event
Additional Gallery Hours
Saturday & Sunday Oct. 14th & 15 1-5pm
Friday the 13th is back this Fall! This time with even more gore and talent. Artists Mitchell Villa and Christian Whiticar bring the terror back to life with new large scale paintings. For Part II, Alysha Farling joins the crew with sculptural extremities and creepy characters. Catch all the bloodshed next month on Friday the 13th at The Ellis Building.
Stay tuned for announcements of more tricks and treats coming soon…
— About EVACS
The East Vancouver Arts & Culture Society is designed to encourage and support the growth and development of local Vancouver artists and makers. A multifacted organization, the non-profit will host accessible workshops, art shows, networking nights, speaker's series, demonstrations and more.
For more information about the EVACS please email [email protected]
Some areas of the Ellis Building are not yet wheelchair accessible. We're hoping to resolve this soon and sincerely apologize for any inconvenience. The main exhibition area for this event is not accessible via wheelchair, however the warehouse installation, food truck, music, bar, outdoor courtyard and washrooms will be.
We want to acknowledge that this event is held on the unceded and ancestral territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and mi ce:p kʷətxʷiləm (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations. As we host events we also recognize the historical and ongoing colonial genocide against Indigenous peoples, as it is their lands that make it possible for us to be here as occupiers.