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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

Minoru Manifesto: Interactive Installation

Interdisciplinary Performance Visual arts Writing & literature Drawing
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Minoru Chapel

Richmond, BC

Directions: Activities and performances will take place in and around the Chapel.



Offered in English, Mandarin, and Cantonese.

Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.


A manifest is a list of things carried. A manifesto is a public claim. How does what we carry—as individuals and as a community—influence what we claim?

Minoru Manifesto is an ongoing, interactive, community-built installation investigating the relationship between the things we carry and the things we claim. Pop by the Historic Minoru Chapel and contribute to the growing collection of manifests with words or pictures, create your own megaphone, or share your beliefs with the world on temporary speaking platforms. All drawing and writing materials will be provided.

Be sure to stick around for theatre, dance, and poetry performances on Saturday from 2:00-5:00 pm and Sunday at 2:00 pm. Click the link below for the full schedule of events.


Julie Hammond

Julie Hammond is a theatre maker, instigator of public projects, and the 2019 Artist in Residence at Minoru Chapel and City Centre Community Centre where she is creating Minoru Manifesto. She creates in collaboration with peers, students, non-artists, and spaces, and uses her background as a theatre artist to make projects that do not always look like theatre.

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Richmond's Minoru Precinct

Katie Varney Richmond, BC

Richmond's Minoru Precinct is located in the heart of Richmond, BC and includes numerous civic facilities, including the Richmond Cultural Centre and Plaza, Minoru Centre for Active Living, Gateway Theatre and Minoru Chapel. All facilities...