The Lovable Photography Exhibition! Feb 13 at 7 pm!

The Lovable Photography Project is a new awesome free program for self-identified young women to learn all about photography and to explore what it means to be lovable!
We are thrilled to share with you the first exhibition for LOVABLE!  the show is up at the Heartwood Community Café from Jan 27- March 31st! The opening party is on Thursday, February 13 at 7 pm.

please come see the beautiful photos and meet the artists! (Sylvia, Joanna, Savanna, Charlotte, Ailish, Ady, Michelle, Sophia & Emma!)as well, the night will have awesome activities for you to partake in:

  • A radical love(able) art and card making station: Fall in Love, Not in Line!
  • A Photobooth! come and get your photos taken with the LOVABLE artists and cameras!

**the cafe will be open for you to purchase food/drinks, but it is not necessary!**

everyone welcome and it’s free!

More about LOVABLE:
The lead mentor and visionary behind Lovable is Sylvia McFadden, who worked with a crew of talented mentors that shared their skills and passion with the young women artist throughout the eight-week program. Thanks to Carla Bergman, Vivienne McMaster, Krisztina Kun, Kristin Lantz and Joi Arcand.
This Lovable show is from the first run of the project, which was held at the Purple Thistle Centre last fall and was curated by Sylvia, Kristin and Carla.

The young-women artists are: Joanna, Savanna, Charlotte, Ailish, Ady, Michelle, Sophia & Emma!

A special thanks to the Purple Thistle Collective, Arts In Action, Heartwood Community Cafe, Youth Philanthropy Council, BC Arts Council and Central City Foundation.

Heartwood Cafe’s washrooms are currently not wheelchair or scooter accessible. As a temporary solution, Heartwood has made an agreement with the neighbouring Starbucks who have kindly welcomed our patrons to use their fully accessible washrooms without the need to purchase.

The Radical Accessibility Mapping Project has kindly done an accessibility audit for the space. To check it out, please see the following links:
Access Overview:
Full Access Audit:
Radical Access Mapping Project: