Powell Street Festival is proud to collaborate with local Japanese Canadian crafters to bring holiday cheer to your home. These specially curated boxes demonstrate the creativity and skill of some of the festival’s long time crafters and vendors.
Just in time for the gift giving season, it’s also one of the last chances to grab 2018, 2019, and 2020 Powell Street Festival Merch. Limited quantities are available so get them before they’re gone!
The Powell Street Festival Society’s (PSFS) mission is to cultivate Japanese Canadian arts and culture to connect communities. Our main activity is producing the Powell Street Festival (PSF) in Vancouver’s historic Japanese Canadian neighbourhood, Paueru Gai. PSF is an annual celebration of Japanese Canadian arts and culture. In addition to PSF, we engage in co-presentations with arts organizations and produce an annual season of cultural and artistic programming.
info [at] powellstreetfestival.com
Emiko Morita :: Executive Director
emiko [at] powellstreetfestival.com
June Fukumura :: Stakeholder Engagement Coordinator
june [at] powellstreetfestival.com
Samantha Marsh :: Program Coordinator
samantha [at] powellstreetfestival.com
jcadirectory [at] powellstreetfestival.com
Tracy Moromisato :: Special Projects Coordinator
tracym [at] powellstreetfestival.com
Sophia Kitazume :: Administrative Assistant
sophia [at] powellstreetfestival.com
Notice of Special General Meeting Wednesday, October 14 6:30 pm PST (online) An online Special General Meeting will take place to vote
Thank you!! Due to the COVID19 health crisis, the 44th annual Powell Street Festival pivoted from it’s traditional in-person celebration
Celebrate Japanese Canadian culture while giving back to your community! Join us for a LIVE online telethon August 1, 2020 from 2pm – 7pm
Due to the current COVID-19 crisis, the 44th Powell Street Festival is cancelled as a public gathering event. The Powell Street Festival Society (PSFS) board is directing its staff
Vancouver, BC (Monday, May 4, 2020) – UBC’s School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture students Shaheed H. Karim and Amy Wu are the