304 Days was an independent gallery project that existed for the duration of its name. The project hosted 13 exhibitions, solo and group, involving 30 artists from Vancouver and abroad. The space was located in Vancouver's historic chinatown/gastown area; it acted as a gallery, a personal studio and a makeshift apartment. The project was self-funded and not-for-profit. A catalogue was published at the end of the project compiling: artist interviews, exhibition images and additional texts in response to the exhibitions.
THE ARTISTS & CONTRIBUTORS
Aids-3D, Wil Aballe, Jen Aitken, Sean Alward, Ryan Amadore, Lesley Anderson, Andreas Breunig, Matthew Brown, Milano Chow, Anne Cottingham, Paul de Guzman, Andrew Dadson, Max Frintrop, Adam Gandy, Jeremy Green, Colleen Heslin, Lee Henderson, Kevin Hubbard, Behrang Karimi, Jeff Ladouceur, David Ostrowski, Nathalee Paolinelli, Michail Pirgelis, Les Ramsay, Jasmine Reimer, Marina Roy, Nicolas Sassoon, Lukas Schmenger, Aurel Schmidt, Jana Schroeder, Philip Seibel, Lucas Soi, Mitch Speed, Chris Succo, Jonathan Syme, Sven Weigel and Sean Weisgerber.