Arts Features

With works as bold as her personality, artist and socialite Miriam Aroeste always paints with passion.
The rather bluntly named Symphony of Movies is billed more specifically as a tribute to Taiwanese filmmakers.
Canada has its Cirque du Soleil, which has astonished global audiences with its creative imagination.
Taiwanfest takes place at various venues on August 30 and 31 and September 1.
At a local fest, in-demand Michelle Dorrance shows how she honours tradition and yet pushes her art form.
Sola Fiedler’s East Vancouver loft is more dedicated to fibre art than to interior décor.
His pieces have the ability to lure the viewer in by the use of deep hues and a touch of shading—often on a perfectly cooked vegetable.
The work, performed with special rigging, finds the dancers moving both vertically and horizontally amid the trees in what turns out to be a strong visual metaphor for communing with nature.
Celebrated artists Gustavo and Otavio Pandolfo, aka OSGEMEOS, are painting their largest-ever public mural on Granville Island
Vancouver's notoriously challenging art market hasn't brought Briggs down.