The Chinatown Experiment Set To Host Exciting New Series Of Pop Ups In May

The Chinatown Experiment is located at 434 Columbia St. in Vancouver’s vibrant Chinatown | chinatownexperiment.com
The Chinatown Experiment is located at 434 Columbia in Vancouver’s vibrant Chinatown | chinatownexperiment.com

The GOODS from The Chinatown Experiment

Vancouver, BC | This month brings the most dynamic line up yet with a series of eight pop-ups across two locations including Chinatown Experiment at 434 Columbia St. and the temporary Midtown Experiment at 585 E. Broadway a block west of Fraser St. Vancouver’s pop-up activators are excited to welcome back some familiar faces and to introduce new pop-ups this month. Grab a pen and start marking your calendars; you simply cannot miss out.

Open now – May 3 | Citizen Grace (585 E. Broadway)
Local online women’s fashion retailer Citizen Grace is back with their first pop-up of 2014 and they have exclusive new pieces at their pop-up store that are not yet released online. Open 10am – 8pm daily.

May 1 – 7 | An Improbable Friendship (434 Columbia St.)
Yuri Padal and Michael Mahoney are proud to exhibit their abstract paintings for a one-week exhibition. Their opening reception is Friday, May 2 from 5-9pm with live music. The gallery is open daily from 10am – 7pm.

May 5 – 11 | Black & Yellow presents: The Incubator (585 E. Broadway)
Once hosted at The Waldorf Hotel, Black & Yellow gallery is back and led by gallery director Allison Mander-Wionzek. The Incubator is a one-week pop-up gallery and event series dedicated to fostering community and motivating young female artists and cultural practitioners by creaming opportunities for mentorship, networking, education, and exposure. They will be open 12 – 5pm each day. Follow along @incubatevan #girlongirl.

May 9 – 11 | Kerri Pfeifer Mother’s Day Floral Shop (434 Columbia St.)
The backyard florist is having a three-day pop-up for Mother’s Day! Bring your mom down to Chinatown for a stroll through Vancouver’s most vibrant neighbourhood and surprise her with flower’s from this pop-up florist. Mom will love you for it.

May 13 – 18 | Bingo Bill Exchange (585 E. Broadway)
Fresh from a buying trip to the women run co-operative workshops of Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan, Bingo Bill Exchange is back for their second pop-up. The beautiful cushions, ottomans, wool felt carpets, jewelry, and more will adorn the space for six-days only with partial proceeds benefiting the Hope in Shadows photo project of the DTES community. Opening reception Tuesday, May 13 6-9pm.

May 20 | Billy James Fashion (434 Columbia St.)
Local fashion designer Natasha James is all set for her first solo pop-up after a successful collaborative effort with local favorites Hey Jude last summer. This is one-
night only. Don’t sleep on it.

May 20 – June 1 | East Side Flea Midtown Pop Up Shop (585 E. Broadway)
That’s right. All the goodness of East Side Flea will be available in a brick & mortar shop. With 25+ revolving vendors, you can expect a kick-off party, workshops, demonstrations, and a record listening station. Follow along @eastsideflea and #esfpopup for more info. Open daily 11am – 7pm.

May 21 | Make Art Not Cancer (434 Columbia St.)
A one-night only gallery and art auction with all proceeds going to this year’s Ride to Conquer Cancer benefiting the BC Cancer Foundation.

May 23 – June 4 | Kate Duncan presents ADDRESS (434 Columbia St.)
ADDRESS is a collection of furniture, lighting, textiles, horticulture, as well as artwork and sculptural vessels by designers from Vancouver, Calgary, and New York. The two-week pop-up will feature the fine furniture by Kate Duncan, as well as works by Troy Moth, Allied Maker, Le Fil Rouge Textiles, Golem Designs, and many more. This is what’s hot in interior design and home décor right now. Open daily 11am – 7pm.

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