Arts Features

Elder drew and sketched growing up, but didn’t delve into painting (mostly oils on birch board) until leaving his job at the Nature Conservancy of Canada.
It seems an unlikely image: Johann Sebastian Bach in Leipzig, trying out his new ideas for Christmas music on an audience in a local coffeehouse.
Chor Leoni’s All Is Calm relives the Christmas truce of 1914, when a simple carol brought a temporary halt to a brutal war.
She really only spends one scene on-stage, but for anyone who’s ever seen the Goh Ballet’s The Nutcracker, she’s one of the big highlights of the show.
A major theme across artist and community activist Enoch Tee's provocative paintings is the power with which he communicates introspection and spirituality.
Music on Main’s solstice concert will offer musical light and spirit to audiences for the shortest, darkest days of the year.
Vancouver’s hippie history has been brought back to life in all of its psychedelic glory in a new hardcover book by former music promoter Jerry Kruz.
Working in black-and-white with a 35mm camera, he became known for his “social landscapes”.
Richard Tetrault’s vast body of imagery is finding vivid new use in the latest edition of SFU Woodward’s Bah! Humbug! show.
Soft-spoken, but laden with a calm and measured passion, Dennis Brown has been fascinated with art since childhood.