Mural Walking Tour – Latin American Edition
October 12 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
A special mural tour created by the Vancouver Mural Festival. Please join VMF’s Co-founder Adrian Sinclair for an in-person mural tour in the Mount Pleasant neighbourhood, which now features over 100 murals. The tour starts with a cup of Latin American coffee, and the route is specially designed to highlight murals by artists of Mexican heritage. Hear about the behind-the-scenes stories and the meanings behind the artwork, and learn about the world of mural making.
Date: Thursday, October 12th
Time: 4pm to 5:30pm
Venue: Meeting point Milano Coffee Roasters
(156 W 8th Ave, Vancouver)
Short Bio – Tour Provider
Adrian Sinclair is a collaborative, curious and committed person with a dash of good humour. He lives in Vancouver, BC, with his wife Brandy. He was born on the ancestral lands of the Anishinaabe peoples (Winnipeg, Manitoba). His ancestors are Northern Scots and Ukrainian Mennonites. As a co-founder of VMF and as the Director of Engagement, he develops strategy, funding, and teams to create and grow new forms of public programming and public art installation.
He aims to help build a more equitable, joyful, and inclusive city by weaving artistic expression, community empowerment, criticality and celebration into everything he does. Since co-founding VMF in 2016, he has built partnerships and programming with Kickstart Disability Arts & Culture, Hogan’s Alley Society, Indian Summer Festival, Overdose Prevention Society, Emily Carr University, Museum of Anthropology, səlilwətaɬ, and others. Adrian has a master’s degree in Philosophy, specializing in queer theory, digital embodiment, and phenomenology. He loves mobile saunas, music, and gong fu cha.
In partnership with the Vancouver Mural Festival