Arts Features

The young playwright, who’s just won a Governor General’s Award, looks at bullying, teen suicide, politics, and more in Late Company
It’s been a great season for string quartets.
The 18th edition of the Eastside Culture Crawl is guaranteed to be the biggest and best to date.
The arts are generous—artists and art-lovers, too.
Lee Camp has been known to hand out buttons with the slogan “Punch apathy in the dick.”
The tireless 77-year-old actor and activist beams down to Vancouver.
Patrick James Bravo experiments as he creates, sharing a playfulness that straddles both adult and child-like states of mind.
It’s a program that artistic and executive director Norman Armour says “covers a lot of territory”.