A Thousand Kinds of Wind Unveiled at Gordon Neighbourhood House

A community-based experiential learning project

1414On May 17, 2016, Gordon Neighbourhood House in Vancouver’s West End hosted a celebration of A Thousand Kinds of Wind, the recently installed sculptural work in the atrium of the building. The event recognized both the achievements of students from Professor Richard Prince’s VISA 401D class in the Department of Art History, Visual and Theory, who designed and fabricated the piece, and the success of another community-based experiential learning project made possible by the Centre for Community Engaged Learning at UBC. As a place-based community organization, Gordon Neighbourhood House is committed to collaborations like these that support its dynamic programs and services.

VISA 401D students and their relatives; architect for renovations at GNH, Alex Minard (far left); GNH Director Paul Michael Taylor (second from left); and Professor Richard Prince (far right)
Photo: Christine D’Onofrio