Preparation for the People’s Procession & Rally Against the Pipeline

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Gabriel Saloman
Prepare for April 12 People’s Procession & Rally Against the Pipeline

Burnaby Residents Opposed to KinderMorgan’s Pipeline Expansion (BROKE) and artist Gabriel Saloman would like to invite you to a poster-making print workshop at the Burnaby Art Gallery this coming Tuesday evening. This workshop is part of a series of workshops in preparation for the People’s Procession & Rally Against the Pipeline, and will focus on poster and sign making, exploring image making and bold messaging using silkscreen printing techniques. The workshop is by donation and everyone is welcome – no previous experience is necessary.

The People’s Procession & Rally Against the Pipeline is being organized by Gabriel Saloman and BROKE, in connection with an upcoming exhibition at Unit/Pitt Projects in Vancouver, in order to raise awareness and mobilize people regarding the proposed Trans Mountain pipeline, the expansion of oil storage tanks on Burnaby Mountain and the enlargement of the tanker dock at Westridge. BROKE is calling for residents to join us on April 12, along with the Tsleil-Waututh First Nation, the City of Burnaby, MP Kennedy Stewart, Greenpeace and many others, bringing creative expressions of their opposition.

DATE: Tuesday, March 11 | 6:30-8:30

LOCATION: The Burnaby Art Gallery, 6344 Deer Lake Avenue, Burnaby

For more information about the PEOPLE’S PROCESSION AND RALLY:’s-procession-rally-against-pipelines


The Burnaby Art Gallery is dedicated to presenting contemporary and historical art exhibits and events by local, regional, national and international artists in the galleries of Ceperley House and throughout the community. The gallery facilitates the development of emerging artists and provides diverse art educational programming for children, adults and seniors as well as community projects and exhibitions in libraries and recreation centres (

Gabriel Saloman is a multidisciplinary artist who explores time-based phenomena such as social practice, dance & protest through mediums including sound, text, photo and sculpture (