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Colour your world: Student artists liven up a Downtown Eastside mission

Project brings Emily Carr University of Art + Design students to add installations to Union Gospel Mission

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Yunhee Min(left) and Sam Morgan(right) work on part of the art project.

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Pieces of art and open paint cans are seen on the floor as work continues on the Union Gospel Mission project created by students at Emily Carr University of Art and Design in Vancouver, Monday, April 02, 2012.

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David MacWilliam, Dean of the Faculty of Visual Art and Material Practice, views the United Gospel Mission "What Color are You?" project in Vancouver, Monday, March 5, 2012. The project that includes concepts from 4 different teams will be placed in the cafeteria of the United Gospel Mission.

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Rennie Collection art installers Angus Ferguson(left) and Beau Kerner(right) mount the "What Colour are You?" in the dining room at Union Gospel Mission in Vancouver, Wednesday, April 11, 2012.

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