Word to Your Motherland Mural Project

Word to Your Motherland mural is a large outdoor mural that has transformed a cement wall into a community showpiece that celebrates multiculturalism and explores the importance of respecting our cultural roots.

The 'Word to Your Motherland' mural is presented by the City of North Vancouver and Creativa International, a Vancouver based not-for-profit arts organization, in partnership with Kalakari Collective and the Lookout Emergency Aid Society, with support from the Arts Office, Neptune Shipping, and H.A.V.E. Culinary Training Society.

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Miguel Bounce Perez is a muralist and designer raised in Berkeley, California. These days his 'home base' is moves between California, New York and Mexico. His work is very versatile, compiling a variety of technical abilities with layers of stylistic influences. His art work and murals have been featured across the United States, as well as internationally.
Taakeit Aaya or "Gifted Carver" Haida of the Naikun Raven clan was born in Prince Rupert BC in 1978. Corey is an avid painter, jeweler, wood and argillite carver who enjoys exploring different mediums such as spray paint, which he has used to create large-scale paintings involving Vancouver urban youth.
Nisha Kaur Sembi was born and raised in Berkeley, California where she currently lives and works. With any art that she produces, whether it be her digital, fine art, or street art work, Nisha’s main objective is to use her art as a platform to bridge self expression with social change.
Mandeep Sethi is a California grown emcee and filmmaker using storytelling as a catalyst for communal communication and change.
Take5 is a prolific Vancouver DJ and street artist. His pieces and beats speak for themselves.
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