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Category Archives: Artist Live Work Studios Class B (City of Vancouver)

A recent history of Railway and Gore Streets in Vancouver

Salish Canoe most likely Squamish in Burrard Inlet near Gore and Railway Street circa 1900

The corner of Vancouver’s Railway and Gore Streets was, little more than a century ago, the mouth of Luk’luk’i Creek. The Squamish, Tsliel-Waututh and Musqueam used the historic beach, now filled and extended at the northern end of Main [...]

Analysis: Proposed City of Vancouver Bylaw Amendments “to Support Artist Studios in Industrial Areas”

pdf copy of Ingram’s analysis for Recommendations to City Council of Vanocuver to be discussed and probably approved on January 15, 2013: 2013-jan-12-awls-from-ingram-proposed-city-bylaw-amendments-artists-in-industrial-with-city-docs

Gordon Brent Ingram BFA PhD
side stream environmental design

January 12, 2013

TO:
AWLs the artist work live studio consultative group of Vancouver

FROM:
Gordon Brent Ingram, side stream environmental design
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City of Vancouver By-Laws for Railtown Studios 321 Railway Street: Analysis of the City of Vancouver By-law CD-1 (354) By-law No. 7645 for Artist Live Work Rental Studios Class B

City of Vancouver By-Laws for Railtown Studios 321 Railway Street:
City of Vancouver By-law CD-1 (354) By-law No. 7645 (Being a By-law to Amend By-law 3575) for 321 Railway Street for Artist Live Work Rental Studios Class B
PDF available from the public City of Vancouver document: city-of-vancouver-by-laws-cd-1354-railtown-studios-321-railway-st

The Vancouver Renters Union position on Railtown Studios (321 Railway Street Vancouver)


The most recent statement by the City of Vancouver on the By-laws & operation of Railtown Studios 321 Railway Street

The most recent statement by the City of Vancouver on the By-laws and operation of Railtown Studios, 321 Railway Street, was made in August of 2011 by Mr. Michael Gordon, Senior Planner, with the approval of the City’s Solicitor General. A PDF copy of this affidavit is available below:
2011-08-10-affidavit-1-michael-gordon-city-of-vancouver-bcsc-n-s114448-321-railway-st1

Some definitions & regulations in the By-laws for Railtown Studios, 321 Railway Street (formerly 303 Railway Street) Vancouver

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A PDF copy of this report is available here:
2012-2-by-laws-definitions-reg-321-railway-st-vancouver-artist-live-work-rental-class-b .

Crawl & Beg: Municipal Election Ennui High Tea for Enforcement of City of Vancouver Artist Live Work Rental Studio Bylaws

PDF available: 19-nov-2012-crawl-beg-high-tea-vancouver

John Greyson returns to the scene of the crime (one more time)

John Greyson’s contribution to the celebrated 2008 film Rex vs. Singh [1] centred on re-imagining the proceedings that took place historic Court House in downtown Vancouver. Today, the building where those repressive trials [2] took place houses the Vancouver Art Gallery.
John met me on a warm summer afternoon and we reflected on how this region [...]