A woman with a white and black top and green skirt is holding red ribbons and looking skyward. The text says imprint 2024 A special presentation with the Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria

Image from im:print 2022. Photo by Ruhi Cheema & Leon Fei.

im:print 2024
October 3–12, 2024

A special presentation with the Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria featuring a creative team of diverse artists and facilitators.

im:print 2024 is a diverse performance that skillfully weaves together the personal stories of Indigenous, settler, immigrant and refugee artists. Using spoken word, dance and song, the production delves into the complex web of our connections to place, people and belonging. It boldly challenges prevailing beliefs and sheds light on the real-life impacts of equity, diversity, inclusion, and identity politics.

This project, which spans across cultures and generations, is a community-based effort designed to be a vital creative outlet. These stories centre around themes like place and displacement, belonging and longing, and connection and disconnection, showcasing the diverse voices within our community.

“Art can be a powerful way of healing, raising awareness, and having conversations around difficult subjects.” —ICA

Please note that the performance may include strong language.

About ICA of Greater Victoria

For 50 years, the Inter-Cultural Association’s purpose has been to support the full integration of newcomer immigrants and refugees into the social, economic and civic life of the Capital Region of British Columbia.

Newcomers make our communities stronger economically, culturally and socially. To ensure their success, the Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria (ICA) plays a critical role in helping immigrants get a positive start on their new lives in Canada by providing the services and resources they need to thrive, helping more than 70,000 individuals and families as they transition to a new life in Canada.

Beginning in the 1970s as a response to racism in our community, the ICA continues to offer wide-ranging services, including anti-racism programming, youth engagement, mentorship and language instruction, as well as employment, education, healthcare and housing, and transportation assistance. The ICA’s arts program helps nurture minds and souls, creating cross-cultural learning.

Visit the ICA website

Show Dates


Thursday to Friday evenings at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday matinees at 2 p.m.

Talkback performances
There will be optional talkback sessions following the two Friday evening shows.


Subscriptions have reached capacity for this production. Single tickets are available on September 23.

Charge by phone: 250-721-8000
or in person at the Phoenix Box Office
(online ticket purchases are not available)

Box Office Hours

  • Friday Evenings:
    All Seats $30
  • Thursday Evenings & Saturday Matinees:
    All Seats $28
  • ICA Members:
    All Seats $12
  • Group Tickets:
  • UVic Alumni:
    Saturday Matinees (with UVic Alumni ONECard)
  • Student Rush (30 minutes before show time)

Performed in the Chief Dan George Theatre


Cast & Creative

A full cast and creative team list will be posted in the fall.


There is no preshow lecture for this production.


Relevant advisories will be posted here. We sometimes receive advisories closer to the production dates. Please inquire at the box office if you have questions or concerns.

The production may include strong language.