In a major VAG show, Geoffrey Farmer assembles found images and objects into a wild array of figures and installations.
It’s an innovative undertaking, but it’s hardly experimental.
Distorted voices and metallic screeching occasionally interrupt the Georgia Straight’s conversation with Kate McGarry, but the singer isn’t readying some kind of noise project.
Vancouver’s beloved Dances for a Small Stage is about to launch an invasion of Ottawa.
At the Vancouver International Children’s Festival, a new play finds modern relevance in the age-old “Little Red Riding Hood”.
The upcoming Vancouver International Children’s Festival has a small army of category- and expectation-defying artists and performances.
Not only is the world coming to the Arts Umbrella Dance Company these days, the company’s members are going out into the world.
In its third year, the rEvolver Theatre Festival, which features new theatrical work, has suddenly come of age.
At the rEvolver Theatre Festival, The Art of Building a Bunker aims to unsettle.
If the idea of visiting a museum doesn't quite excite you, you're probably not alone.