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BC Arts Council

The British Columbia Arts Council is the agency of the government of the Province of British Columbia committed to ensuring that all British Columbians are able to participate in a healthy arts and cultural community recognized for its excellence.

The BC Arts Coucil's mission is to support the arts and cultural community to achieve its creative, social and economic potential.

Tempus Theatre is very pleased and honoured to be recongized and supported by the BC Arts Council.

Kiwetin Publishing

Kiwetin Publishing produces Whispering Winds: a magazine that features stories and articles about the Metis! It is published 4 times per year and can be mailed right to your door.
36 VIEWS
marks their second consecutive sponsorship of a Tempus show.

You can subscribe by contacting Gary at gary@kiwetin.ca

West Coast Reproduction Centres Ltd.
Printing For Perfection - West Coast Reproduction Centres is your "One Stop Digital Imaging and Printing House". Let us impress you with our High Speed Digital Printing, Full Colour Copies, Quality Offset Printing & Affordable On-Time Delivery. We're extremely pleased to have WCRC producing our publicity material
Electric Company Theatre
The Electric Company is a unique and vital presence in the independent theatre scene of Vancouver. They create and produce original works with an emphasis on collective creation. Their projects are the result of collaborative writing with scripts being authored by the core members of the company. Their projects consistently garner rave reviews in the press and play to sold-out audiences. Electric Company has graciously agreed to be Tempus' Charitable Sponsor - If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation to Tempus Theatre (minimum $20.00), make the cheque out to The Electric Company and designate the cheque "For Tempus Theatre".
United Players of Vancouver
United Players of Vancouver is a recognized semi-professional company renowned for its exciting and demanding repertoire of high quality successful productions. They have welcomed Tempus Theatre as a Guest Producer for a second consecutive season.
West Point Grey Communty Centre

Jericho Arts Centre is a 135-seat performance venue located off NW Marine Drive near Jericho Beach in the heart of Vancouver’s West Side. It is operated by West Point Grey Community Association in partnership with Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation and United Players. JAC is also the home of Theatre Terrific, A non-profit theatre company for youth and adults with mental and physical disabilities, Theatre Terrfic enables people with disabilities to participate in Vancouver's vibrant theatrical community.” JAC hosts numerous guest companies and artists and is accepting applications for the next Season. Ask to be on their mailing list!

explorASIAN - May is Asian Heritage Month

Since 1996, the Vancouver Asian Heritage Month Society's "explorASIAN" Festival has endeavored to explore the diversity of Asian Canadian life and culture and promote the discussion of relevant issues and concerns within and beyond the Asian Canadian community.

explorASIAN is the name of our annual Asian Heritage Month festival in May. Vancouver's "explorASIAN" Festival is Canada's second oldest Asian Heritage Month festival.
Thousands of people will share and experience Pan-Asian Canadian arts and culture at events featuring emerging and established actors, artists, dancers, filmmakers, musicians, performers and writers.
explorASIAN is also about celebrating Pan-Asian arts and culture by presenting culturally diverse educational, cultural, and community outreach programs to all ages throughout the year.

Tempus Theatre is proud to partner with the Vancouver Asian Heritage Month Society.

The Bulletin

The Bulletin is a journal of Japanese Canadian community, history and culture, published monthly by the Japanese Canadian Citizens' Association of Greater Vancouver. In continuous publication since 1958, The Bulletin is celebrating its 50th Anniversary this year.

Tempus Theatre is proud to partner with the Bulletin and thank them for helping us get the word out.
Check out their latest issue for a chance to win FREE TICKETS to 36 VIEWS.

explorASIAN - May is Asian Heritage Month

Rogers OMNI British Columbia is the newly re-branded ethnic television broadcaster resulting from Rogers' recent acquisition of channel m. With 55 hours per week of local programming, including newscasts in Cantonese, Korean, Mandarin, Punjabi and Tagalog, OMNI BC reflects the diverse ethnocultural communities of Vancouver and Victoria in 22 languages. In addition to specializing in Canadian multilingual/multicultural programming, OMNI BC features popular sitcoms and dramatic series from the US along with OMNIís station-wide schedule of Chinese Super Cinema and South Asian Bollywood Freetime Movies.

Tempus Theatre would like to thank OMNI for helping with publicity for 36 VIEWS.


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