Movement(s), the first solo exhibition of multidisciplinary artist J Peachy, opens on Bowen Island on April 29.
Site-specific work, an open rehearsal, and a dinner performance all make up activities around town this International Dance Day (April 29).
Working in puppetry was just what filmmaker, animator, and media artist, Edward Westerhuis, needed for artistic transformation.
SFU will share interdisciplinary research and audio works focused on often-talked about urban issues at a half-day symposium on
A Future We Can’t Afford? Young Citymakers and the Cost of Vancouver is a panel made up of young urbanists during one of the Museum’s happy hour events running alongside its exhibit, Your Future Home: Creating the New Vancouver.
The Vancouver Art Gallery awarded multimedia maverick Paul Wong this year’s Audain Prize for Lifetime Achievement in the Visual Arts.
Exploring public art in North Vancouver just got a lot easier, thanks to a new map and guide by the North Vancouver Recreation and Culture Commission.
Emily Carr University has announced this year’s Honorary Doctorate and Emily Award recipients.
As part of its 2016-17 season, Early Music Vancouver has announced the launch of a Johann Sebastian Bach–themed summer festival.
We took at peak at the now-revamped space for a preview of this weekend's Eastside Flea event.