The Vancouver Quiz Show - Happy Hour Event
Grab a drink and test your knowledge of Vancouver's most pressing issues.
Drawing upon the data and map materials developed for the Your Future Home exhibition at the Museum of Vancouver, this “pub style" quiz show will test people's knowledge of Vancouver. Members of the audience can play as individuals, or team up to answer questions - created by Data Curator Andy Yan - on housing affordability, urban density, transportation, and public space. (max 8 per team). Hosted by Peter Marriott, Social Planning Analyst for the City of Vancouver.
These questions evoke the central tenant of this exhibition and concerns about our city. The past, present, and future challenges and opportunities developing and shaping the issues of affordability, livability, and sustainability will be present. While original and creative (if not totally accurate) answers are entertained from contestants, the show invites the audience to learn more about their City and the critical issues framing its future as a home for present and future generations of Vancouverites.
Date: Thursday, March 24
Time: Bar opens at 6pm; Quiz Show begins at 7pm.
Tickets: $15 adults; $11 Students & Seniors; Free for MOV Members. Tickets still available at the door. Access to Your Future Home included with admission.
Peter Marriott spends his days quantifying and visualizing information about our complex city and the diverse people that comprise it. He works for the City of Vancouver as Social Planning Analyst, researching social indicators and trends, documenting inequities, and monitoring progress toward the Healthy City Strategy, Vancouver’s social sustainability plan. He holds a Master of Arts in Political Science and is currently pursuing a Master of Urban Studies degree from Simon Fraser University. He lives in the West End and tries to spend as much time outdoors as possible.
Andy Yan is the Data Curator of the Your Future Home: Creating the New Vancouver exhibition. He is the Acting Director for Simon Fraser University as well as an Urban Planner at Bing Thom Architects and a Researcher at BTAworks, BTA’s research and development division. In his off time, he is an adjunct professor at the University of British Columbia’s School of Community and Regional Planning.
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Media sponsor: The Tyee.