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Making Space was a series of participatory workshops in three distinct neighbourhoods in the Greater Vancouver area. 

Charlotte Falk  lead the group in activities that examine how spatial opportunities can be found through various site analysis techniques. Over the course of the three workshops, we will explore how existing site conditions interface with rudimentary materials and individual bodies, resulting in site-specific design interventions. 

These events sought to democratize the ways in which residents interface with built environments as well as explore how spaces can be inclusively co-visioned. By promoting a dialogue which addresses the larger economic concern surrounding development and livable space, participants are encouraged to challenge accepted norms surrounding the urban climate.

Charlotte Falk is an interdisciplinary artist, designer, and educator based in Vancouver. Her practice focuses on creative processes at the convergence of disciplines, analog and digital, and 2D/ 3D/ 4D, with an emphasis on how materiality, methodology, and technique impact not only process work, but also final outcomes. 


WORKSHOP 1 | May 5th, 2018, 1pm - 4pm

155 W 7th Ave, in front of Denbigh Fine Art, across from Jonathan Rogers Park

WORKSHOP 2 | May 12th, 2018, 1pm - 4pm

Hawks and Georgia (near the South/East corner of Maclean park), exact location will be emailed to participants

WORKSHOP 3 | May 26th, 2018, 1pm - 4pm

Telegraph Hill, Horseshoe Bay 



Donations welcome to supporting future ARTS ASSEMBLY programming.