All Arts Events

Jan 27 Tue
27th Annual Massacre
To Feb 15, 7:30 pm
The Improv Centre
1502 Duranleau, Granville Island, Vancouver
The Massacre is Vancouver's World-Famous Improv Tournament. Witness history as Vancouver TheatreSports™ League's signature festival pits exceptional improv groups from around the world against each other in a battle for and inspired by your love.
Jan 27 Tue
As Little Children
To Jan 31
SAMC Theatre
Trinity Western University, 7600 Glover Rd., Langley, Langley
Trinity Western University’s School of the Arts, Media + Culture presents TWU alumna Mary Eden's play that follows an intuitive young girl through a world of faith and divine intervention.
Jan 27 Tue
Beyond Real: Overexposed Underexposed
To Feb 14, 6-8 pm
The Cultch Gallery
1895 Venables
The Cultch gallery will be exhibiting the art work of Jeannette Sirois with the opening show to take place on January 14 at 6:00 pm. Jeannette creates large scale representational portraits using graphite and colour pencil. Her work expresses emotional ties we have to the world around us and deals with issues on racism, gender, ageism and familial connections.
Jan 27 Tue
Biometric -New Media Portraits
To Feb 1
New Media Gallery
777 Columbia Street
BIOMETRIC presents ten international artists who have created portraits in a world transformed by technology. This exhibition makes a link between the scientific search for methods to measure unique human characteristics (biometrics) and the recording of the human form through portraiture.
Jan 27 Tue
Bugs
To Feb 21
Western Front
303 E. 8th, Vancouver
exhibition by Toronto-based artist duo Life of a Craphead, composed of Amy Lam and Jon McCurley, and collaborator Laura McCoy
Jan 27 Tue
Bullet Catch
To Feb 7
Revue Stage
1601 Johnston, Granville Island, Vancouver
The Arts Club Theatre Company with the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival present acclaimed writer and performer Rob Drummond's nail-biter in which he attempts a death-defying stunt before your very eyes. So dangerous that even Houdini didn’t dare it, the bullet catch has claimed many lives since its inception in 1613. A theatrical experience unlike any other, Bullet Catch features wondrous acts of mind reading, levitation, and the most notorious finale in show business.
Jan 27 Tue
Cabins to Quilts
To Mar 9
West Vancouver Memorial Library
1950 Marine Dr., West Van, West Vancouver
The pieces in this exhibition, created by members of the Lions Gate Quilters Guild, trace the evolution of the log cabin quilt from traditional to more innovative designs, and reflect West Vancouver’s transition from a cottage community to the modern city we see today.
Jan 27 Tue
Carl Lutz and the Legendary Glass House in Budapest
To Feb 20, 2015
Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre
50–950 W. 41st, Vancouver
exhibit illustrates a little-known story of diplomatic rescue and moral courage during the Holocaust
Jan 27 Tue
cesnaʔem, the city before the city
To Dec 30
Musqueam Cultural Education Centre and Gallery
4000 Musqueam, Vancouver
Musqueam First Nation, the Museum of Anthropology (MOA), and the Museum of Vancouver (MOV) partner on a transformative journey to explore an ancient landscape and living culture that can be found right underneath Vancouver’s nose. c̓əsnaʔəm, the city before the city, opening on January 25, 2015, is a series of three unified exhibitions that connect Vancouverites with c̓əsnaʔəm – the ancient village and burial site upon which Vancouver was built. Exhibitions include soundscapes, original videography and family-friendly interactivity.
Jan 27 Tue
cesnaʔem, the city before the city
To Dec 30
Museum of Vancouver
1100 Chestnut, Vancouver
Musqueam First Nation, the Museum of Anthropology (MOA), and the Museum of Vancouver (MOV) partner on a transformative journey to explore an ancient landscape and living culture that can be found right underneath Vancouver’s nose. c̓əsnaʔəm, the city before the city, opening on January 25, 2015, is a series of three unified exhibitions that connect Vancouverites with c̓əsnaʔəm – the ancient village and burial site upon which Vancouver was built. Exhibitions include soundscapes, original videography and family-friendly interactivity.

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