It’s a parody site aimed to highlight the ridiculousness of Westbanks’ self-serving Fight For Beauty exhibition.
Vancouver is always open 24 hours a day for anyone to experience the culture and beauty of the city.
There is no admission. It is open everyday of the week.
Below, we will be highlighting local events that promotes the people's real fight for culture in Vancouver.
These are local events that demonstrates the real fights for culture in Vancouver. These events and their organizers are not associated with this parody site.
- Aabiziingwashi: Angry Inuk
- Wednesday, Oct 25, 7 - 10pm
- Japanese-Canadian Internment Hwy Legacy Signage Anncmt - Tashme
- Friday, Oct 27, 11am - 12pm
- Kizuna: past-present-future, a tribute to Japanese Canadians
- Saturday, Oct 28, 1 - 4pm
- Redressing Settler Cultural Policy in the Era of Reconciliation
- Thursday, Oct 28, 2 - 4pm
- Let's Walk Together in Hogan’s Alley
- Saturday, Oct 28, 10:30 - 11:30pm
- Herstory in Focus: Celebrating Culture
- Thursday, Nov 2, 6:30 - 9:30pm
- Gendered Islamophobia and Muslim Women’s Resistance
- Tuesday, Nov 14, 7 - 9pm
- Hastings Park 1942: Japanese Problem performance + meet & greet
- Thursday, Nov 16, 6 - 9pm
We don't do private tours. There's no need to contact us.
Unceded territory of the Coast Salish traditional land of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations.
Westbank is one of the largest real estate development companies in Vancouver known for building luxury condo towers and selling them to offshore investors, while they wipe out the culture and affordability in Vancouver’s neighbourhoods.
We shouldn’t let a real estate development corporation determine what is a fight for beauty and culture. People create culture, not a single corporation or CEO.
Yes, tag your social media posts (especially Instagram) with the hashtag #fightforbeuaty. If you want to contribute, email firstname.lastname@example.org.