The Vancouver Art Gallery hosted a public information session on Thursday, July 8, 2010 at the Cultch to talk to the community about why the Gallery is seeking a new home at Georgia and Cambie streets.
The session was opened by Kathleen Bartels, Executive Director, Vancouver Art Gallery, and moderated by Michael Goldberg, Professor Emeritus, Strategy & Business Economics Division, Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia.
The speakers were David Aisenstat, Chair, Board of Trustees, Vancouver Art Gallery, Ken Lum, Artist, Ray Spaxman, Former Director of Planning, City of Vancouver and Principal, Spaxman Consulting Group, and Richard Henriquez, Founding Partner, Henriquez Partners Architects.
The panel discussion was followed with observations, ideas, and questions from members of the community who attended the event.
Kathleen Bartels Â Â Â Listen Read
Michael Goldberg Â Â Listen Read
David Aisenstat Â Â Â Â Listen Read
Ken Lum Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Listen Read
Ray Spaxman Â Â Â Â Â Â Listen Read
Richard HenriquezÂ Â Listen Read
Opportunities to contribute
A transcription of audio recordings edited for the observations, information, ideas, interests, and questions from the contributors to this information session would contribute to our community’s interest in the future of the Vancouver Art Gallery.
Moderators for conversations around the interests, questions, and possibilities would contribute to our ability to become more informed and to exploring the information, ideas, and opportunities our communities of interests can contribute to the common interests of our community.