If you missed Douglas Coupland's hit exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery last summer, you now have a chance to enjoy it virtually.

The show, called everywhere is anywhere is anything is everything, is now available to audiences around the world through Google Art Project

While you might think mostly about live performances at the PuSh Festival, there's also a free (yes, free!) film series, comprised of documentaries, that expands upon or accompanies festival content as well.

For instance, if you've seen the live magic show Bullet Catch (which continues until February 7) starring Scotland's Rob Drummond as magician William Wonder, then you may want to check out a screening that complements it.

Align Entertainment presents The Addams Family Musical at the Michael J. Fox Theatre (7373 Macpherson Avenue, Burnaby) from February 6 to 21.

The Addams Family Musical is a new, original show about everyone’s favourite dark, kooky family. Wednesday Addams is all grown up and has fallen in love with a boy—from a “normal” family. Now, the Addams family must hide their true colours when they host a dinner for Wednesday’s boyfriend and his parents.

Ruby Slippers Theatre presents a double bill—Après Moi and The List—at Studio 16 (1555 West 7th Avenue) from January 27 to February 1. Performances start at 8 p.m. each night, with additional performances at 1 p.m. on January 31 and February 1.

Après Moi and The List are English translations of two French-Canadian plays dealing with love, loss, compassion, and memory.

The Dance Centre and the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival present MACHINENOiSY’s Time Machine at the Scotiabank Dance Centre (677 Davie Street) from February 4 to 7 at 8 p.m.

The ambitious new creation by the Vancouver-based contemporary dance company brings together seven professional dancers and eight children.

Created by co-artistic directors Delia Brett and Daelik, Time Machine is a thought-provoking and original work in collaboration with sculptor and costume artist Natalie Purschwitz.

Time Machine contrasts the innate knowing of children with the acquired knowledge of adults and examines how time and experience shape and distort our bodies.

Vancouver artists TJ Dawe, Kahlil Ashanti, and Justin Sudds have teamed up with Frank Warren to bring the voices of popular blog PostSecret.com to the stage. PostSecret: The Show will run at the Firehall Arts Centre (280 East Cordova Street) from January 20 to February 7.

PostSecret.com is a website created by Warren that displays anonymous secrets revealing stories of frailty and heroism in our world. The play is a visual, auditory, and emotional journey through our deepest fears, ambitions, and confessions.

PostSecret: The Show stars local performers Nicolle Natrass, Ming Hudson, and Kahlil Ashanti, with original music performed by Mario Vaira.

Without a doubt there’s a critter, or critters, hiding in the brushstrokes of this painting I found beside a Fairview Dumpster yesterday.

If I had to venture a guess I’d say a rabbit, an eagle, and a duck.

You can clearly see a red-rimmed eye on the viewer’s left and by the way it’s glowering, I don’t think it’s happy about being thrown away.

City council will vote on a motion next week that aims to create a new fund for local artists.

The motion from Vision Vancouver councillor Heather Deal follows her party’s election campaign promise to launch an independent arts and culture fund.

Deal wants city staff to work with the arts and culture policy council to develop recommendations by September 15, 2015 for the initiative.

The $50,000-per-year fund would provide grants of $500, $1,000, and $2,000 for local artists to support new initiatives, such as hosting new events, starting festivals, and securing space for new performances.

Bruce McCulloch's theatrical hit Young Drunk Punk, which sold out shows in Vancouver, is about to debut as a TV series on City.

In the one-man show, the Kids in the Hall alumnus recalled his shit-disturbing youth in Calgary in the 1980s, and that will be the exact setting for the TV series of the same name.

It's to centre on two teen rebels, Ian McKay (Tim Carlson) and his buddy Shinky (Atticus Mitchell), living in the suburbs of Calgary, and comes complete with a soundtrack that includes Pointed Sticks, the Buzzcocks, the Demics, and the Diodes.

Club PuSh takes over Granville Island’s Performance Works (1218 Cartwright Street) from January 22 to February 7 during the 2015 PuSh International Performing Arts Festival.

Club PuSh is a dynamic space that celebrates experimentation and is also the social hub of the festival.

Marquee Acts include gender-bending musical act The Christeene Machine, French performer Gérald Kurdian in 1999, comedic performer Nick Jaina in The Hole in the Coffin, musical legends Sonic Elder, Norwegian vocalist Sissel Vera Pettersen, hip-hop act Char Bagh, musical journey Tomboy Survival Guide, and eclectic band Las Cafeteras.

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