About Us

The 110 Arts Cooperative was formed in September 2014 by the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival Society, the Touchstone Theatre Society, Music on Main Society and The Documentary Media Society (producers of the annual DOXA Documentary Film Festival.) The Cooperative was formed to manage and govern the cultural amenity facility at #110-750 Hamilton Street.

Our vision for this new cultural space imagines a hub for shared resource, social-profit partnership, creative endeavor, cultural animation and public outreach.

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The facility houses the core tenants in an enterprising endeavour to address their common and long-standing administrative/producing needs. It provides a home for the four founders and the broader artistic community – the fifth tenant, as it were.


The space represents much-needed physical resources for the province’s creative ecology, while promoting the merits of artistic incubation and a leadership model for establishing collaborative working environments.


 That facility was officially named The Post at 750 in March 2015. The name was inspired by the history of downtown Vancouver, plotted almost exclusively by 19th Century surveyor Lauchlan Hamilton, who used wooden posts to build the grid for the streets of downtown Vancouver, and named most of them, too! A post is also a structural support, intended to anchor the position of a frame.

The leaders of the new shared Arts space at 750 Hamilton St. had a desire to root their endeavor in the material memory of the land in downtown Vancouver on which the space sits.

Member Organizations

doxa_logo_greyscaleDOXA is presented by The Documentary Media Society, a non-profit incorporated in 1998. It educates the public about documentary film as an art form through the annual DOXA Documentary Film Festival, a curated and juried festival comprised of public screenings, panel discussions, public forums and educational programs. Website

MOM_logo copyAt a Music on Main concert, you can expect great musicians performing interesting, immersive classical and new music, in socially and musically engaging venues. Created in 2006, Music on Main has developed a growing local, national, and international reputation as storytellers for a post-classical age. At Music on Main, you’re always welcome. Website.

unnamedThe Push International Performing Arts Festival is Vancouver’s mid-winter festival presenting acclaimed local, national and international artists. The PuSh Festival presents groundbreaking work in the live performing arts with theatre, dance, music, and various forms of multimedia and hybrid performance. The 2018 PuSh Festival takes place January 15 to February 4 at various venues across Vancouver. Website


Touchstone Theatre develops and presents professional theatrical productions. They explore the contemporary Canadian play through content and form. They stimulate public interest in Canadian cultural perspectives and since 1976 have been a mainstay of theatrical innovation and excellence on the West Coast. Website