Ethos Lab 3rd & Main 

Ethos Lab 3rd & Main 

Ethos Lab 3rd & Main 

Now Open June 2022 

Now Open June 2022 

Now Open June 2022 

ETHọ́S LAB FLAGSHIP LOCATION

We have moved into our new home in Mount Pleasant. Come Say Hi!

INNOVATION MEETS COMMUNITY

Ethọ́s Lab is housed inside a new building owned by the City of Vancouver and operated by 221A Artist Housing Society in collaboration with the Community Land Trust. In addition to a dedicated 1,000-sq.-ft. space, Ethọ́s Lab has shared access to a 2,700-sq.-ft. production facility.

The space features a mix of organic, sustainable materials and digital elements, and makes use of the site’s natural light. Local firm Tectonic Architecture, which prioritizes community-based work, led design discussions with members — also known as Ethósians — to ensure their vision was incorporated into the space. Comic artist and illustrator Jazz Gordon-Gillquist and Chase Gray (who recently designed the Vancouver Canucks’ First Nations Night warmup jersey) painted an original mural in collaboration with curator Krystal Paraboo. Microsoft, Sony, and Heritage Office Furnishings equipped and furnished the space.

This will be a hub for the broader community, a place for our members and their families to gather and collaborate. Interested in seeing the space and what we have to offer? Book a tour and meet with our community manager.

Youth Space. Reimagined.
A STEAM Exploration Hub For Youth Where Innovation Meets Community

Special Guest Performances

Madelaine Mccallum

Madelaine Mccallum is a dancer, performer, and choreographer originally from Ile a la Crosse, Saskatchewan. Madelaine has performed on many stages, though she is well known for Métis dance, she enjoys all forms including Pow Wow, Contemporary, and Hip Hop. Passionate for sharing her knowledge of dance and culture and a film belief in its healing powers, Madelaine shares her own story of survival, using dance as an outlet and savior throughout her life to empower and strengthen her community and others.

Ndidi Cascade

Ndidi Cascade is a hip hop vocalist, songwriter, recording artist, educator and program facilitator of Nigerian-Italian-Irish-Canadian heritage. Ndidi has showcased her music across North America and internationally– from classrooms to stadiums, and her music has been featured on Much Music and MTV Canada sharing the stage with the likes of Wu-Tang Clan, Femi Kuti, Digable Planets, The Mad Professor, De La Soul, K-OS and K’naan. Ndidi Cascade also facilitates and manages programs that use hip hop, spoken word and dance as a medium for healthy self-expression and is Ethos Lab’s culture curator

Yvonne Kushe

Yvonne Kushe is a Ugandan-Canadian singer-songwriter and multidisciplinary creative. Kushe has been featured on stages such as Laba Festival Uganda, So Far Kampala, Harambecouver, Carnival Del Sol Vanvouver and the Surrey Fusion Festival. She was also crowned Miss Uganda North America 2017. She is a captivating performer with a showmanship that exudes organic confidence and an authentic warmth and flare that is inspired by her rich heritage.

P Crook

P Crook is an affirmative lyricist from Vancouver, BC. His biggest influences include, Chamillionaire, Ab-Soul, Lauryn Hill, Linkin Park and J. Cole. His high energy style combines unique punchlines and rhyme schemes with tones of vulnerability, bravado and humour. His mission is to tell compelling stories that bring empathy and inspiration to the listener. Keep your eyes peeled for his performances, they are his specialty!

Brotha Jason & Tony Ramirez

Tony Ramirez and Brotha Jason are an electrifying duo who specialize in Street Dance – in its purest form. From raw emotion to dynamic musicality these two are a force to be reckoned with.

DJ Denise

Prince Nii

Prince Nii

Nii Okwei “Prince” Engmann is a musician, dancer, teacher and choreographer from Vancouver, BC. Originally from the Gold Coast now known as Ghana, West Africa, Prince has studied and danced traditional African dance, modern Afro-dance and Hip-Hop. He’s the co-director of Apprentice Dance Crew and has taught across both Canada and worldwide. His goal is to spread the knowledge and culture of those from the African Diaspora while also educating people on the dance and music styles within them. Prince is hoping to use his knowledge and energy to better every room that he enters.

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