Arts Features

Liza Visagie's perspective on painting pairs artistic expression and exploration, with a touch of “controlled madness”.
In the ambitious 20.20.20, Dancers Dancing brings Vancouver, and its intersections, to vivid new life.
Talking to Ronnie Burkett is a bit like chatting with God: you get to find out how he creates life.
You can’t always hear Tajikistan in Farangis Nurulla-Khoja’s music, but it’s there.
From Rationing to Ravishing traces a time of deprivation and darkness that nonetheless granted some women more liberty than they had ever known.
Ah, Canadian show biz! Where else can you be a regular on a prime-time network sitcom as well as a regular transit rider?
Mixed media artist Nadine Stefan carries herself with a sense of playfulness and freedom.
If you’ve never encountered Corey Bulpitt’s fusion practice, imagine classical Haida forms and designs mated with the street art of hip-hop culture.
Garrett Clark likes to joke that he had a lot of good luck in the first year or two of his career and then nothing since.
Banner, who describes himself as a “strongish middle” who’s closing in on headlining, is a natural in front of a crowd and a great writer.