All Events

Apr 19 Sat
Instant Coffee: The hero, the villain, the salesman, the parent, a sidekick and a servant
To Apr. 27
Teck Gallery
SFU Harbour Centre, 515 W. Hastings, Vancouver
new installation that operates as a stage or set for social framing and interaction and blurs the lines between the work, participants, and audience
Apr 19 Sat
The Bells
To Apr. 19
SFU Gallery
8888 University Dr., Burnaby, Burnaby
Damian Moppett's new video engages directly with photographs of his studio and its contents
Apr 19 Sat
Who Knows
To Jun. 1
Contemporary Art Gallery
555 Nelson, Vancouver
new neon installation by Tim Etchells
Apr 19 Sat
Anne Frank—A History for Today
To May 30
Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre
50–950 W. 41st, Vancouver
exhibit illuminates the effect of National Socialism on the Frank family through photos, narratives, and artefacts. Also features artefacts of child survivors who settled in Canada after the war
Apr 19 Sat
Remnants: A Visual Survey of Human Progress
To Apr. 20
Beaty Biodiversity Museum
2212 Main Mall, UBC, Vancouver
through drawing and collage, Dana Cromie explores his reaction to the ongoing reduction of natural habitat by human activity
Apr 19 Sat
To Apr 20
Charles H. Scott Gallery
Emily Carr University, 1399 Johnston, Granville Island, Vancouver
new works by artist Jeannie Thib
Apr 19 Sat
Rewilding Vancouver
To Sept 1
Museum of Vancouver
1100 Chestnut, Vancouver
exhibition explores our relationship with nature through the lens of historical ecology, as seen in taxidermy specimens, 3-D models, soundscapes, videos, and photo interventions that challenge our perception of what is natural to Vancouver
Apr 19 Sat
A Terrible Beauty
To May 26
Vancouver Art Gallery
750 Hornby, Vancouver
images of natural and man-made landscapes by Toronto-based photographer Edward Burtynsky
Apr 19 Sat
Definitely Dali
To May 12
Chali-Rosso Art Gallery
2250 Granville, Vancouver
exhibition featuring 10 sculptures by Spanish artist Salvador Dali
Apr 19 Sat
Fakes & Forgeries
To May 24
Surrey Museum
17710 56A Ave., Surrey, Surrey
learn how to tell authentic pieces from sly forgeries with this interactive exhibit from the Royal Ontario Museum