On the traditional, ancestral, unceded territory of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) First Nations

910 Richards – Sweet 204

Morrow is a cultural space that Dumb Instrument opened in July 2020. Since that time, Morrow has become a cultural hub that supports and is in conversation with the work of many artists from across genres.

It’s an immense privilege to have a space to work and dream, especially in these uncertain times. So we want to share Morrow as creative space for a variety of activities. We are open to your ideas! Currently:

Morrow has a studio where artists research ideas, create and perform work. Through our program Solitaire, we’ve offered BIPOC dance artists free space for covid safe solo research. Through our program Sojourn we’ve offered paid residences to equity seeking artists from across forms (May – December 2021). Symbiotic Forms, was a program of practice sharing and public outreach from Feb-August 2022. Currently, we’re hosiing Conjure, paid 3-week residences for dance and theatre artists Harmanie Rose, Justin Calvadores, Tasha Faye Evans and Anais West. We also offer free and subsidized studio space to equity seeking and emerging artists. Contact us! We want to support your work!

Morrow also has a modest gallery for artists from dance, theatre, music, literature and the visual arts – a place to share and sell material creations, and receive 80% – 100% of profits. Choreographers write books and paint whimsical worlds; visual artists create pieces by repurposing greenery and pulped papers; Taiko artists create jewelry that connects to healing traditions; dancers paint auras…. all that and more.

If you are an artist and you would like bring your creative practice or work to Morrow, please be in touch!

In different times and other than usual spaces, creativity inspires.

Ziyian Kwan

Artistic Director, Dumb Instrument Dance