Granville Island is a place of creativity, where many residents of Vancouver have familiar memories of childhood tied to its colourful setting. Children are fountains of creativity, with imaginations sprawling farther than their arms can reach, providing us with a refreshing perspective on how, together, we can build better communities for brighter tomorrows. Inspired by the youthful spirit of Granville Island, The Lantern City is excited to exhibit lanterns featuring artists who have captured the wonder and playfulness of children. From Indigenous artist of Canada like Jody Broomfield to Taiwanese Indigenous artist Pacake Taugadhu, kids from all over the world and their endless potential are acknowledged and celebrated.
Jan. 29th – Feb. 21st / Free Program
(Ocean Art Works)
1531 Johnston Street, Vancouver BC
PUBLIC HEALTH NOTICE
As the province is working to reopen the economy in a safe manner and more and more people are getting back to a new normal, please follow all public health guidelines to protect yourself and others from COVID-19. Individuals should monitor their health for signs and symptoms of COVID-19. And if you’re not feeling well, they recommend staying home at this time. Respect social-distancing measures when outdoors and visiting the installation. Wear a face covering to protect yourself and others, especially when social-distancing is not possible such as on transit. By visiting the on-site Lantern City installation, you acknowledge that there are inherent risks associated with the COVID-19 Pandemic and will not hold ACSEA or our programming partners liable for your health.