On April 25, the Shore to Shore sculpture will be unveiled at Brockton Point in Stanley Park.
Theatre Conspiracy’s Foreign Radical prompts 20 audience members to question their views on privacy and cyberspace.
One challenge Ēriks Ešenvalds won’t have to face is ensuring that his new piece is given a first-rate premiere.
Bobby Slayton has been skewering races, genders, and sexual orientations for nearly 40 years.
Thanks to careful musical sleuthing, the VSO presents a restored symphony and other sides to the composer in its Spring Festival.
French hip-hop mashup master Mourad Merzouki hails from Lyon, but he travelled halfway around the world to find the dancers in his explosive Käfig Brasil show.
Even for the legendary photographer, seeing his work at this scale is almost overwhelming.
Blasted marks Pi’s 30th anniversary, and it certainly meets the company’s mandate of “uncompromising and unapologetic”.
In January last year, England’s Guardian newspaper made a dramatic declaration.
From projections with audio to cameraless exposures, the citywide Capture festival roster shows the diversity of the exploding art form.