Citywide treasure hunt presented by Vancouver Public Space Network
Modo community partner Vancouver Public Space Network is the coolest. They throw costume parties on public transit, install polka-dotted pianos in public plazas, host al fresco long-table lunches on public streets, and advocate at the intersections of transportation and public space planning.
For the group’s next big event, participants will comb the city’s public spaces for a good ol’ fashioned treasure hunt of sorts for a shot at some great prizes, including free carsharing credits from Modo!
Find details below. Registration starts today at www.psluv604.tumblr.com.
PS (Public Space) I Love U
How well do you really know Vancouver?
It’s pretty easy to find Vancouver’s more famous landmarks, like Science World and the Olympic Cauldron. But do you know where your closest neighbourhood pop-up library is, or where Mountain View Cemetery’s first intended burial was laid to rest?
The Vancouver Public Space Network is pleased to present PS (Public Space) I Love U, a city-wide photo hunt. We’ve compiled a checklist of Vancouver’s hidden local treasures, some are well known and some…. not so much. Care for a little exploration?
This five-hour photo hunt will challenge people to discover the fun public spaces that exist throughout the city. Our extensive list includes unconventional public art, community-inspired fixtures, and just fun and odd things that are exclusively Vancouver. Can you find them all?