PEB 2015 Film, Art, and Culture Festival

We’re excited to launch the 2015 Project EveryBODY campaign with the first of a five part event series.

Join us for an evening of Film, Art and Inspiration on September 16th 2015!

The Project EveryBODY International DisAbility Film, Art, and Culture Festival  is happening on September 16th at the Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre in downtown Vancouver (Yaletown).  Soak up the electric atmosphere and take in some of the finest examples of creativity that Vancouver has to offer!

Our 6th year of the film festival comes with the addition of local films, live performance, poetry, music and an art exhibition and sale. The Art Exhibition and Sale is happening between 2pm-8pm with live music throughout the event.

The main evening event kicks off at 6:00pm and will include award winning short films and live performances.

This year’s festival is a community collaboration that is:

Sponsored by: Open Door Group, Vancity, The City of Vancouver, Burnaby Association for Community Inclusion, and PosAbilities.

And is in Partnership with: Neil Squire Society, Spinal Cord Injury BC, Community Living British Columbia, Sam Sullivan Disability Foundation, and many more.

 Film, Art and Culture Festival details:

Wednesday September 16th, 2015 Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre, 181 Roundhouse Mews, Vancouver, BC

  • Art exhibition and sale | 2:00pm – 8:00pm | All welcome – no RSVP required
  • Films & performances | 6:00pm – 8:00pm | Arrive earlier for pre-show reception
  • Must RSVP for 6:00pm films and performances |

Event is by donation at the door | Wheelchair accessible | ASL interpreters, CART, and Audio Description will be available.


A little about PEB 2015:

The Project EveryBODY Series led by Open Door Group, is a campaign driven by a collaboration of various community organizations, businesses and the City of Vancouver.  The project’s intended impact is to promote an “inclusive Vancouver” through providing high profile opportunities that truly showcase and celebrate the talents of persons with disabilities through arts and culture, employment, social connection and recreational opportunities.

Take note of the Project Everybody event series:

The four events lead up to a HUGE celebration on December 3rd, at the Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre in recognition of the UN designated International Day of Persons with Disabilities.

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