ECUAD DONOR MAP

The ECUAD DONOR MAP series is a zine and two posters connecting some of the biggest donors for our new campus to local gentrification and other Place-based violence. The series is by Mickey Vescera and Mickey Morgan for FALL 2020 SOCS-302 Ethics of Representation. The zine and poster is in the process of print distribution to named subjects and around East Van. In addition the series is also available for any and all to print and distribute (CC-BY-SA). 

Some questions we contemplated in the construction of these maps, and throughout our scholarship at Emily Carr University of Art + Design:

How did we get here in this shiny new campus “owning” the Land? Who are our donors that paid for this? Where do we find them in our school and in our neighbourhoods? How much of the “property” in East Van do they own? What other capital investments do they hold? Who does our being here serve?
And ultimately, how can we disrupt this built-in power imbalance to be better neighbours?

Download links for the posters and zine:

POSTERS (DIGITAL FORMAT)

POSTERS (PRINTING FORMAT; PRINT ON 11x17” PAPER)

ZINE (DIGITAL FORMAT)

ZINE (PRINTING FORMAT; PRINT ON 8.5x11” PAPER)

Below are images from the zine and poster, because of the JPEG form they are not screenreader accessible. To view a screenreader accessible version click any of the links above. In-site view is not available on mobile. 

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Sources and Resources: 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vQvQDAIqTsATIoPqf257eXmXffUv9YuKilDGC0R_kTsgPkE2qWMHnTqInKrzJ_GUIxLl-j3wtzdXE2Z/pub?fbclid=IwAR2gyEUjI6fh4Yvceebo5GbSx5jh0lpnUR9r6BQaGDpEC3tQD4lV4QDXCZM

The content of the ECUAD donor map series was made under an Attribution-ShareAlike CC BY-SA license. This means you can download and share them freely. You are also allowed to remix, tweak, and build upon this work with attribution to the original. 
This includes proper credit to the creators (Mickey Morgan & Mickey Vescera), links to the original work, and indication that changes were made. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the creators endorse you or your use. 
You are allowed to use your edited renditions commercially, but you must apply the same license to them.

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