WIRTH "The Labels We Wear" - An art exhibit & counselling conversation

WIRTH "The Labels We Wear" - An art exhibit & counselling conversation

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Join the WIRTH team and our talented friend John Kelsey for our (FIRST) WIRTH art exhibit!

On September 10th, we'll gather together to celebrate art and it's impact on mental health, all the while garnering a deeper sense of community. Ultimately, this event is to open up the conversation about our mental health, gather insight from a brilliant counsellor, and of course...have a great time!

The evening will include a photo exhibit of John's "The Labels We Wear" Campaign, ice cream by Earnest, donuts from Cartems, brews from Postmark Brewing, & Kombucha from Hoochy 'Booch, a counselling Q&A session with Kevin Kokoska, MEd, RCC Clinical Counsellor, with live music by the talented Chris Sol.

About the photos: The photo label project was created with the intention to elicit conversation; to help us really see that as human beings we assign ourselves labels, as well as take on the labels that other people give us. We tend to live through these filters, whether or not they are true.

Which are the labels you should keep, versus the ones you can let go?

6:30pm Doors
6:30pm Live Music, Food & Drink
7:00pm Welcome
7:30pm Counselling Q&A
8:00pm Live music, Drinks & Good times
9:30pm off to bed...

Event proceeds go to the WIRTH Hats #1for1 counselling fund.

Please join us!

Date And Time

Tue, 10 September 2019
6:30 PM – 9:30 PM PDT

Location

The Ellis Building
1024 Main Street
Vancouver, BC V6A 2W1

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