A self-taught “costume engineer”, Vancouver’s Diane Park has been designing and creating spectacular costumes that dazzle and engage audiences at public events and contemporary dance performances for more than 25 years. Her work has been seen recently on stage in Peter Bingham’s Romantic Old Horses, Ziyian Kwan’s the neck to fall, MACHiNENOiSY’s Bamboozled!, at the Vancouver International Children’s Festival and the Stanley Park Christmas Train.
In 2012 she traveled across Canada interviewing Japanese Canadian elders for Akebono, a 13 part documentary series for Nikkei TV (not yet released).
Diane has studied Film Production (Vancouver Film School), Communications (McGill University), Art History and Classics (University of Alberta), and yoga (Sandra Sammartino, senior teacher).
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Diane Park is committed to reaching out through the arts to create community on all levels. As General Manager, Diane helped revive Vancouver’s beloved Little Chamber Music Series That Could in 2013 to bring new music to new audiences. With Artistic Director and composer Mark Haney, she produced 2 events showcasing Montreal’s world renowned composer
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Diane Park works as director, camera operator and editor creating short videos to document events for Vancouver’s Little Chamber Music Series That Could, The Society for the Museum of Original Costume and MACHiNENOiSY Dance. In 2012 she traveled across Canada interviewing Japanese Canadian elders for Akebono, a 13 part documentary series for Nikkei TV. In
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