Community Exhibition: O Zone Photo Documentation Project
Date and time
This activity runs the duration of Culture Days.
Richmond Cultural Centre, Minoru Hall Gallery
7700 Minoru Gate
Directions: Richmond Cultural Centre is within walking distance of Richmond-Brighouse station on the Canada Line, and has free 3-hour parking at the Cultural Centre parkade. The facility is also accessible by bike and scooter, with bike racks located near the plaza and building entrances.
Offered in English.
Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.
As part of its role in preserving the documentary evidence of Richmond’s participation in the 2010 Olympic Winter Games, the City of Richmond Archives approached the Richmond Photo Club to provide the expertise of its members in capturing a photographic record of the O Zone celebration site.
22 volunteer photographers submitted approximately 2,000 images of the O Zone documenting all 17 days of activities, as well as the Olympic Torch Relay through Richmond. These images are now part of the permanent holdings of the Archives.
The images on display here represent a small sample of the O Zone photo documentation project. We hope that they help rekindle the feelings of excitement and pride felt by the community in February 2010.
This exhibit has been made possible with the support of the City of Richmond Archives, Friends of the Richmond Archives and Richmond Arts Services.
Minoru Hall is an informal exhibition space that features lens-based and community artwork year-round. Contributors are wide-ranging, including Council appointed programs, as well as partnerships and special projects from City Archives and Arts, Culture and Heritage Services.
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City of Richmond
The City of Richmond works in partnership and association with local cultural organizations, artists and residents to help sustain and develop cultural heritage and individual expression as well as provide a wide range of cultural experiences and opportunities to residents and visitors.
Richmond Arts Services, part of the Arts, Culture and Heritage Department within the Community Services Division, consists of the Richmond Arts Centre, Richmond Art Gallery Richmond Cultural Centre, Richmond Public Art and Community Cultural Development.
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Richmond Cultural Centre is home to many of Richmond’s essential cultural amenities: Richmond Art Gallery, Richmond Museum, City of Richmond Archives, Richmond Arts Centre, Media Lab, Performance Hall, Rooftop Garden, as well as accessible...