Arts Notes

The Vancouver Art Gallery is launching a new initiative focused on Asian art, including a new senior curatorial position and an international advisory council.
The 2015 Hope in Shadows calendar was launched today (October 8) as awards were handed out to Downtown Eastside community members for their photos.
The new executive director, who's the former sales and marketing director, will steer the company into its new facilities on Southeast False Creek.
Vancouver city council has confirmed that four arts groups will lease cultural amenity space in the Woodward’s building.
This year's Mayor’s Arts Awards recipients range from trumpeters to Indian classical dance virtuosos to public artists.
More than a dozen civic facilities—ranging from City Hall itself to the Vancouver Police Department’s Tactical Training Centre—will offer free tours on Saturday.
These prizes are unique because they spotlight works that haven't been produced yet.
A twist on the typical debate format saw a panel of arts and culture professionals responding to questions from municipal election candidates today (September 26).
Having a fourth consecutive surplus is a new record for the company.
Vancouver staff are recommending four arts groups as tenants for city-owned cultural amenity space in the Woodward's building.