Mother's Day Arts &
Join us for a St. Paul's Foundation Fundraiser in celebration of Mothers around the world!
May 1, 2022 - 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Location: JIG SPACE, 106-8889 Laurel St, Vancouver
Free parking right outside the venue
Featuring Wei Cheng's New Exhibition "Coco Karesansui." More details here!
Several crafts, arts, and food vendors
- About The St. Paul's Foundation -
The Foundation plays an essential role in connecting donors with areas of care, ensuring our frontline teams have the necessary funds to meet the most urgent needs of those we serve, conduct life-changing research, and train the next generation of health care providers.
In addition to our commitment to fund compassionate care, innovative research, and sought-after training programs, we are also committed to support Providence in providing culturally-safe, appropriate, and compassionate care for – and with – all Indigenous patients, clients, residents, families, and community members. Donor support is critical to realize our commitment to improving Indigenous health and wellness across BC.
Without donor support, our many patients and residents simply could not enjoy the quality of care and experience they do today. By supporting St. Paul’s Foundation, you are helping all British Columbians.
- Featured Vendors -
Artisan cake boutique based in Burnaby. Made to order custom cakes for every occasion.
Hazy Bee Studio & Shion Skye Carter
Hazy Bee Studio is an independent design studio run by Erin Carter, specializing in colourful, handmade jewelry and artworks. For this event, Erin will be joined by her sibling Shion Skye Carter, a contemporary dance artist who also makes handmade jewelry and other accessories.
Drip Studios was created to bring joy and a little bit of funk to the everyday home. An enormous focus is on community and collaboration, with a desire to gain inspiration from local ideas and
suggestions — the fuel for upcoming scents in the soy candle collection and changing art drops.
Workshop hosted by Vivian Liu
Workshop Price: $60.00
Director, HONG Flowers Furniture Arts
Studied under Alex Choi, winner of the 2015 World Art Competition and the Bell Award Banquet
Fleurs De Villes of Vancouver
The North American bride competition 1st Place
About Wei Cheng
Born and raised in China, Wei Cheng now lives and dedicates her art practice in Vancouver, BC. She earned her art education from Emily Carr University of Art and Design, where she learns to appreciate the ceramic medium. She has been a resident artist at Alferd, Jingdezhen and Yixin pottery center, and her professional practice has also taken her to States and Europe. Her work has been exhibited extensively in solo and group exhibitions in both national and international venues.