Shake, Shake, Shake 2018 was a smashing success! As last year, the event took place at The Imperial which is conveniently located in Vancouver's urban core. Net proceeds from this event will benefit Parkinson Society British Columbia (60%) and MS Society of Canada - BC & Yukon Division (40%).Read More
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The Battle of the Brush is a live painting competition where multiple teams of artists compete in a time-limited competition before their spontaneous collective works are displayed and judged by local art connoisseurs.
How does it work? A group of artists are placed into multiple teams where they will blend their brushstrokes to compete for one Golden Brush title.
Then the brush-to-brush action will heat up as each team of artists’ unique painting styles splatter onto one canvas. The creativity then unfolds into an impromptu gallery to be viewed by guests and judged by distinguished panel members.
Where: 39641 Loggers Lane, Squamish BC, V8B 0H3
Number of artists performing: 70+
Site Capacity: 37,500
Size of the grounds: 97 acres
Number of tent structures onsite: 89
Number of years the SVMF has taken place: 6 (previously Live at Squamish)
Total attendance to date: 207,000
Expected attendance this year: over 125,000
Squamish Valley Music Festival producers: brand.LIVE Management Group & Live Nation Canada
Number of main stages: 4
I had the tremendous privilege of capturing some stills and video at the Cruising For A Cure For FSH Muscular Dystrophy at the Deeley Motorcycle Exhibit in Vancouver, British Columbia.
I didn’t bring any business cards with me or look to promote myself in anyway. The spirit of philanthropy is to give back to your community, the planet, to human beings and the other life forms that want to survive.
It is impossible to help any cause in a meaningful way by putting one’s own interests first. I was compensated on the night by meeting some fantastic people, learning more about FSHD then I imagined I would in a few hours, and of course, checking out some amazing motorcycles from some of the most historic events in our popular culture.