Young Artists

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Nine-year-old Edward poses with the block print he produced in a We Can’t Afford Poverty kids’ art workshop. “Everyone should be respectful, responsible and kind to each other,” says Edward. Bus shelter ads featuring art from the workshops are up around Vancouver throughout March and into April.

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Mira, 12, with a transit shelter ad featuring the block print she created on child poverty in BC. “Poverty is something that people overlook and we need to realize that it’s a real and sad thing,” says Mira.

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Marlaina, 18, with a transit shelter ad featuring the block print she created on the issue of food security in BC. “We can’t ignore the hungry,” says Marlaina.
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 Nine-year-old Katana poses with the block print she produced about the housing crisis in  a We Can’t Afford Poverty kids’ art workshop. We were approved for another set of bus shelter ads in the Spring of 2017.  Katana’s work along with the other artists featured here can be seen all over Vancouver in March.