Digital Storytelling Workshops – Live at grunt or Online Winter 2023

• Small groups of up to four storytellers
• No tech knowledge required
• Free as we have Vancouver Foundation funding
• Get support while you learn digital storytelling
• Connect with other artists in a safe creative space
• Create work for the Mount Pleasant Community Art Screen (MPCAS)

Currently there is a waiting list going for either in-person (in early 2023 in grunt’s spacious Amenity Room beside the gallery) or on Zoom this fall or winter.

During the live 4-hour workshop, you’ll have a chance to meet grunt’s curator, Whess Harman, to discuss your concepts. The Zoom workshop is split up into four separate one hour meetings over a few months.

Get in touch if you’d like to join a digital storytelling workshop with Lorna Boschman and Sebnem Ozpeta.

Email to reserve your spot on the waiting list. Workshops are free but space is limited.



grunt gallery is accessed from the sidewalk via a 106” long, 64” wide concrete ramp that rises 12”. The slope is 1 : 8.75. There are no rails on the ramp. The front entrance is a manually operated outward-swinging double door with a total width of 64”. Entry to the Media Lab behind the gallery space is via a 42” wide passage and entry to the neighbouring amenity space is through a manually operated outward swinging double door with a total width of 70”. No stairs, inclines, or elevators are necessary to access the public areas once inside the gallery.

grunt gallery has a single gender neutral washroom that is accessed via a 31” wide doorway with a sliding pocket door with a door handle that is 40” high. The toilet has a 10” clearance on the left side and a 21” clearance in front, with a support bar on the left side. The sink height is 34”. Please contact us via with any questions.


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Past Events:

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Images: An Exploration of Resilience and Resistance by Kali Spitzer, opening reception, 2019; a sentimental dissidence by Gabi Dao, opening reception, 2019; Together Apart Queer Indigeneities Symposium, artist talk by Jas M. Nixon, 2019.

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