Arts Features

Art begets art, or at least that’s the case with Deadhead, the floating sculptural installation currently moored at the mouth of False Creek
On a wet Wednesday afternoon, James Fletcher’s Powell Street studio feels like a cozy clubhouse.
Music, meals, and traditional arts aren’t all that the Powell Street Festival has to offer, although to access some of its shows you’ll have to venture away from its outdoor stages.
The festival of Japanese heritage builds a music roster that spans a “violinistextremist” and a fairyland-set multimedia show.
Laiwan observed that many of the queer artists in the exhibition are expanding their outlook.
Hundreds of shows, more than a thousand works sold or given to charity, and, still, he can't draw a straight line.
There’s a reason Hollywood actor Chris Tucker’s standup performance in Vancouver will be devoid of raunchy humour.
Even at the tender age of 13, Colin Tilney knew that his life’s path would oscillate between the old and the new.
Former music students created a small ensemble, Cantanti d’Oro, to showcase emerging singers in intimate settings at affordable prices
Community-based artwork will be the latest in Vancouver Biennale's outdoor collection.