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New Permanent Exhibit at the Vancouver Police Museum

Bridging the Gap: Vancouver’s youth & the law

Youth culture comes alive in this new exhibit!

Bridging the Gap: Vancouver's Youth and the Law explores how crime trends, changing legislation, and policing practices have come together to create a very Vancouver story.

The exhibit features the work from local graffiti artist Larissa Healey. Healey’s work has been featured on the walls of community centres, businesses and public spaces all over Vancouver. Working with youth inspires Larissa, she is a facilitator with RestART, a Vancouver municipal graffiti management program working with inner city youth, and is a member of the board of CARES (Community Art Recovery Education Society).

Private Media/Sponsor Opening:

Date: January 15, 2016

Time: 10am-11:30am

Location: Vancouver Police Museum, 240 E. Cordova Street

A reception will be held for media and exhibit sponsors Friday January 15th from 10am-11:30am. A First Nations blessing of the exhibit, traditional dance and drumming will be given in special celebration of Larissa’s participation in the project.

For inquires please email: or call 604.665.2207

Free Public Open House

Date: January 16, 2016

Time: 11am-2pm

Location: Vancouver Police Museum, 240 E. Cordova Street