FLOURISH! Vendor Application
FLOURISH! is an Arts Fair that will center Queer, Trans, ENBY, Two Spirit & Black, Indigenous and/or a Artists & creators of Colour. (QT2SBIPoC). There are not enough spaces in this city for us so let's take up space & share & sell our creations!!
More mainstream arts market vendor rates range from $70-$170 & up PER TABLE! this isn't accessible for a lot of artists especially marginalized artists. Let's support our fellow QT2SBIPoC artists & create our own market with more affordable vendor fees and share/sell/ display art that actually represents who we are in all our beauty & resilience. This event will feature ONLY QT2SBIPoC artists & Everyone is welcomed & encouraged to come to the event to buy our creations and support marginalized artists.
The event will be held at Broadway Youth Resource Centre (2455 Fraser St. Vancouver)
September 22 2018 10 am-5pm
entrance: $2-$10 [no one turned away for lack of funds]
<> Table fees will be $25-$45 per table. ( Yes, folks can share tables)
<>There will be some slots for a lower sliding scale rate. Info in the form below.
<> Tables are approx 29'' H x 72'' L x 30'' & accommodate 2 chairs
<>There will be outlets in the space if needed
<> vendor are asked to come at 9am to help set up the space and their tables
<> vendors will be asked to support with online outreach and inviting people to the market
Please fill out the questions below if you are interested in vending. Please note we will get back to you in the next few weeks with confirmation. (share this callout with artist friends, family, community members who might be interested)
Link to Fb event page:
We want to acknowledge and honour that this event is being held on unceded, ancestral and occupied homelands of the Xʷməθkʷəy̓əm Skxwú7mesh, Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh Nations. We live, create, work and play on these lands. Deep gratitude to the folks of these lands & Deep gratitude to the land. This market is a way to challenge mainstream white dominated arts spaces. Creating our own art is political & a form of decolonization. settlers support Indigenous Artists!!!
Access information for BYRC:
washrooms & space:
The BYRC is a fully wheelchair accessible space with a gender neutral, single stall washroom + 2 other multi stall washrooms which will be gender inclusive for the day.
The BYRC building is located on the corner of Fraser street and Broadway and the main entrance is on Fraser street ( side door) at 2455 Fraser. Doors will be locked plz ring the buzzer to be let in
Scent free event:
Always aiming to keep our events scent free/scent reduced. Multiple chemical sensitivity (MSC) affects a lot of folks in our communities. Perfumes, chemical scents really make some folks sick. Please be aware of what you are bringing into the space this includes hair and body products, scented laundry soaps, lotions, nail polish. We know that this can be hard for many people. As Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha says in Fragrance-Free Femme of Colour Realness,
"Cutting out scents may seem like a pain in the ass, but it means that awesome, ass-kicking community members you love can attend events you're at and make out with you without having seizures, throwing up or otherwise getting really sick." Please, bring your amazing self, and keep the scents at home!”
(More info here:
The BYRC is on the Broadway bus routes #9 & #99 as well as the Fraser #8 route and near Main #3 bus. There is free street parking on the side streets North of the building
Please send a message if you have any questions/requests for accessibility and we can figure it out together. This event is organized by Chaku Arts Collective. Email me at
if you have questions.
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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