An iconic building in Downtown Vancouver is showing solidarity with Ukraine by lighting up in the colours of the country’s flag.
Beginning last night and happening every evening until March 14, the Vancouver Art Gallery will be shining blue and yellow in collaboration with the Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association.
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“We will illuminate the Gallery’s Georgia Street façade in blue & yellow in solidarity with the Ukrainian people,” Vancouver Art Gallery said in a tweet.
The Gallery & @downtownvan have come together to show our support for #Ukraine. 💙💛 Joining #YokoOno’s work #IMAGINEPEACE, every evening from March 10 to 14 at 7 PM, we will illuminate the Gallery’s Georgia Street façade in blue & yellow in solidarity with the Ukrainian people. pic.twitter.com/rpNLPrH1iB
— Vancouver ArtGallery (@VanArtGallery) March 11, 2022
The colours of the Ukraine flag are overlayed on the “Imagine Peace” part of the Yoko Ono: Growing Freedom exhibition currently showcased at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
With files from Kenneth Chan and Amir Ali