Introducing stories about gentrification, created inside our community digital storytelling workshops , inspired by grunt gallery’s theme Place.
The Triangle Building has been an independent business and arts hub for decades. Its shops, and especially its restaurants, experienced...
Alice Hamilton's lyrical homage to the Belvedere, a local apartment building where residents are threatened by renoviction.
Long time resident of Vancouver's Punjabi Market area, Alannah Wells, reflects on how things have changed.
Artist Gordon Waselnuk explores Mount Pleasant fashion by dressing in numerous styles he's seen around the neighbourhood.
Quick history of the streetcars of Mount Pleasant and how they helped early residents of Vancouver travel back and forth...
No one believed her when she said that wildlife occupied her basement so this artist set up a camera, recording...
Local historian Bruce Macdonald asks: Where is Vancouver's oldest brewery building? It is in Mount Pleasant!
A look at the historic (and threatened by gentrification) Mount Pleasant, site of Vancouver's first neighbourhood outside the downtown core.
Time travel by following the storytellers’ animated silent vision of Mount Pleasant's Kingsgate Mall over time.
Grace Chan shines a light on the situation of Asian seniors in Vancouver’s Downtown East Side (DTES). Her message is...
Explore Watson Street, part of the historic Mount Pleasant neighbourhood, in photos as you travel along the narrow street.
The storyteller photographed orange fencing around the trees of Mount Pleasant as she walked, documenting gentrification.
Heather McLean reflects on the gendered dimensions and settler colonial politics of corporatised university research.
Stretching and expanding her body in nature as it nurtures, while still aware of approaching gentrification.
Artists renovated and beautified a heritage house with family and then lost it in Vancouver's red hot housing market.
Created during grunt gallery’s 2018 Mount Pleasant Community Art Screen Digital Storytelling workshops with Mount Pleasant residents.