All Arts Events

Nov 6 Thu
Bridges Over Walls
Nov 6-9, 8-9:30 pm
Our Town Café
245 E. Broadway, Vancouver
This November marks the 25th Anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and yet, our globe is still riddled with people that are negatively impacted by the walls and boarders that confine them. “Bridges over Walls” is a multi-disciplinary work by Vancouver-based cellist Clara Shandler. It combines the beauty of music, bonding imagery, and the harsh reality of words to take audience members on a journey to open their hearts to their global neighbours and see the world beyond their own. Encompassing musical influences from around the world and combining a vast array of texts (speeches by Aung San Suu Kyi, comedy by George Carlin, and quotes from Victor Hugo), there will surely be something for everyone, and almost certainly a laughs or two. Opening night is Thursday November 6th with 8pm showings on November 6th, 7th, and 8th; there will be one matinee performance at 2pm on Sunday, November 9th – the day the Berlin Wall fell. All performances are held in the second-story studio space above Our Town Cafe at Main and Broadway (245 E Broadway). Join us after the show for a glass of wine or a gooey cinnamon bun downstairs. Advanced tickets are available at www.sidewalkcellist.brownpapertickets.com for a slight discount, tickets at the door will be available for purchase by cash or credit card. Invite your Friends on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1484981825091717/
Nov 6 Thu
Dreaming of Chagall
Nov 6-30, 7-9 pm
Sidney And Gertrude Zack Gallery
950 W. 41st, Jewish Community Centre, Vancouver
In this new exhibit of paintings and drawings, titled Dreaming of Chagall, Lori-ann Latremouille hopes to capture some of Chagall's powerful technique for visual storytelling. Lori-ann has always admired the magical paintings of Marc Chagall. His use of black and white with pure colours parallels her own visual sensibilities and colour palate. Opening Reception: Thu Nov 6, 7-9pm Artist in attendance | Free Admission Exhibition continues to Sun Nov 30, 2014
Nov 6 Thu
From the Silk Road: Asia in Fashion, Fashion in Asia
Nov 6, 6:30 pm
Richmond Cultural Centre
180–7700 Minoru Gate, Richmond
Don’t miss this opportunity to see acclaimed local fashion historian Ivan Sayers host From the Silk Road: Asia in Fashion, Fashion in Asia – a unique historical fashion show being held at the Richmond Cultural Centre Performance Hall. Sayers will present exceptional historic Asian styles and garments from his private collection, the largest in Canada.
Nov 6 Thu
Ghost Therapy
Nov 6-29
Gallery Jones
1725 W. 3rd, Vancouver
new drawings and paintings by Paul Morstad
Nov 6 Thu
No. 29
Nov 6-8, 8 pm
Queen Elizabeth Theatre
650 Hamilton Street, Vancouver
Ballet B.C. presents Jacopo Godani's A.U.R.A., a new work by Fernando Hernando Magadan, and Lesley Telford's An Instant.
Nov 6 Thu
Pandemonium: A Rain City Illustration Show
Nov 6-29, 12-5 pm
Hot Art Wet City Gallery
2206 Main, Vancouver
The Rain City Illustration collective is the largest artist group at Emily Carr University and features students taking Illustration as their major. You'll be blown away by the talented illustrators coming out of this school. Artists in this show include: Chelsea O’Byrne, Flavia Chan, Jane Q Cheng, Coral Patola, Laurel O’Brien, Minjoo Kim, Mandy Song, Christel Chan, Natalie Schnitter, April Milne, Tim Bauer, Kaitlynn Rogers, Lyndsey Paramo, Colin Tan, Ciara Prithipaul, Diane Quach, Hayley Muir, Charles Tan, Iris Yao, Francis Bantayen, Melissa Soleski, Mint Sanpruksin, Pedro Amato, Michele Miguel, Cole Pauls, Jesse Coons, Kathleen Gros, Madeline Kloepper, Ben Hawkins, Kyuri Lee, Daniel Brown Hozjan, Jazz Groden-Gilchrist, Andrew Tavukciyan, Rachel Wada, Alana Palahnuk, Darrien Pearce, Daniela Ivanova, Eden Cooke, Tasli Shaw, Yongming Xie, & Francesca Ciccone. Opening Reception Thursday November 6 from 7-11pm
Nov 6 Thu
Paul Anthony's Talent Time
Nov 6, doors 8 pm, show 9 pm
Rio Theatre
1660 E. Broadway, Vancouver
Performances by singer-dancer Amrit Bains, freestyle yo-yo champion Harrison Lee, standup comedian Jacob Samuel, and character comedian Andrew Barber.
Nov 6 Thu
Sean Kent
Nov 6, 8:30 pm, Nov 7-8, 8 pm, 10:30 pm
The Comedy MIX
1015 Burrard, Century Plaza Hotel & Spa, Vancouver
Standup comic and winner of the San Francisco and Seattle International Comedy Competitions.
Nov 6 Thu
The Art of the Memoir: Writing Workshop
Nov 6, 6:30 pm
New Westminster Public Library
716 6th Ave., New West
Margaret Caldwaldr covers the process, challenges, and rewards of memoir writing, drawing on her experience helping World War II veteran George Reid write his memoir.
Nov 6 Thu
The Marvelous Wonderettes
Nov 6-15
Shadbolt Centre for the Arts
6450 Deer Lake Ave., Burnaby, Burnaby
Footlight Theatre Company presents director Wayne Nolan's version of Roger Bean's celebration of American pop music from the '50s and '60s.

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