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urban ink welcomes Maz Ghaderi as our new Communications Coordinator. Funded by BC Arts Council’s Sustainability program, as Communications Coordinator Maz will oversee our newsletter and social media as well as feed into the urban ink’s evolving identity. Maziar was born in Tehran and at the age of five his family sought refugee asylum in
“As an artist I come to sing, but as a citizen, I will always speak for peace, and no one can silence me in this. “ Paul Robeson If you don’t know who Paul Leroy Robeson is, first, slap yourself hard in the face, hard, repeat, now, go to the links below and read the Coles
Monday November 28th, 2011 6:30-8:30pm SFU Woodward’s, World Art Centre 149 West Hastings, between Abbott and Cambie Vancouver, BC You are invited to Steamy Transitions, the joint AGM of three like-minded theatre companies – urban ink productions, Screaming Weenie and Visceral Visions at SFU’s World Art Centre. Our respective Boards have taken up the challenge,
urban ink is one of the many artist run companies presenting at the 8th Annual Heart of the City Festival! Squaw Hall: A Community Remembers, a video created by Aboriginal youth in Williams Lake, will be presented October 29th 2-4pm at the Chief Simon Baker Room at the Aboriginal Friendship Centre. This event is FREE!
urban ink is so inspired by our newly revised mission statement, we want to invite you to be part of the transformation! There are many ways to be involved – a few paid and many volunteer! There are short term and longer term projects, low responsibility or leadership positions. Please check our website regularly to