Vancouver is so expensive, these artists are living at sea

Four artists will journey from Vancouver to Shanghai this year by cargo ship. The project they're part of, 23 Days At Sea, has received such a reaction from the international art community, a Kickstarter campaign has launched to expand it into a three-year endeavour.

A one-of-a-kind artist-in-residence program seeks backers on Kickstarter

A Kickstarter page for 23 Days at Sea launched earlier this month. The project, created by Vancouver's Access Gallery, aims to send artists-in-residence on a cargo-ship voyage between the B.C. city and Shanghai. (23 Days at Sea/Kickstarter)


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