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The Generation One exhibition, one of the signature programs throughout Metro Vancouver during Asian Heritage Month, showcases Asian-Canadian artists’ creativity and vitality.

This year’s displays of paintings and calligraphy spotlights young local artists and established masters who are first-generation Asian Canadians or new immigrants. The aim of the exhibition, presented by explorASIAN, is to highlight artists from a Pan-Asian cultural spectrum, and to cultivate the appreciation of visual arts among youths and stimulate inter-generational interaction and learning. 

Displays are located in the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre Level 2 foyer and Ike’s cafe gallery, until May 30.

A simultaneous exhibition will be presented at the Asian Centre Auditorium from May 20 to May 27.

View the 2013 Vancouver Asian Heritage Month Flyer online.

For more information on the Generation One exhibit, visit the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre website.


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