All Arts Events

Nov 29 Sat
N.E.S.W.
Nov 29–Jan 17, 2015
Monte Clark Gallery
2339 Granville, Vancouver
solo exhibition of new works by New York-based artist Anthony Goicole
Nov 29 Sat
Once Upon a Winter's Night Christmas Harp Concert
Nov 29, 7:30 pm
Place des Arts
1120 Brunette Ave., Coquitlam, Coquitlam
‘Tis the season! Harpists Rebecca Blair and Judy Henry will join soprano Megan Goudreau and fiddler/recorder player Deborah Jackson to get you into the holiday spirit with a feast of seasonal songs and Christmas carols from many lands. Let their enchanted music and stories, both old and new, warm a winter's night.
Nov 29 Sat
Rendezvous
Nov 29–Dec 24
The Creative Framing Company
3332 Main Street, Vancouver
paintings by Vancouver artist Kathleen Susan Young
Nov 29 Sat
Student Art Sale
Nov 28, 12-8 pm; Nov 29, 12-5 pm; Nov 30, 12-5 pm
Emily Carr University of Art + Design
1399 Johnston Street, Vancouver
Emily Carr University’s legendary Student Art Sale features work by up-and-coming student artists and designers. Choose from a wide variety of original works: paintings, sculpture, prints, ceramics, photographs, wearable works, jewellery, cards, paper products, hand made books, zines and more! A creative and fun way to do your holiday shopping!
Nov 29 Sat
The French Connection
Nov 29, 8 pm, Nov 30, 3 pm
BlueShore Financial Centre for the Performing Arts
2055 Purcell Way, North Vancouver, North Vancouver
The 150 voices of Capilano University Choirs, accompanied by professional orchestra, perform Charpentier's Te Deum, Fauré's Requiem, Poulenc's Exultate Deo, Duruflé's Quatre Motets, and Saint-Saens' Calme des Nuits.
Nov 29 Sat
Thick of Things
Nov 29–Feb 8, 2015
Presentation House Gallery
333 Chesterfield Ave., North Van, North Vancouver
exhibition of photographs and books by American photographer Lee Friedlander
Nov 29 Sat
Think Bigg With Trent Arterberry
Nov 29
ArtStarts
808 Richards, Vancouver
ArtStarts on Saturdays presents: Think Bigg with Trent Arterberry Free performance for kids Saturday, November 29, 2014 at 11am and 1pm (2 sessions) ArtStarts Gallery, 808 Richards Street, Vancouver, V6B 3A7 Ratcheting Roboman discovers the reaches of his body. The three-foot tall human puppet Mr. Bigg dances to rap and Russian folk songs. Children participate both onstage and in their seats. Storytelling, mime, music and puppetry blend to create endearing, hilarious characters in this uniquely entertaining all-ages show. Ideal for ages 4 and up, but all are welcome! Sessions start at 11am and 1pm. Free! No pre-registration necessary. ArtStarts on Saturdays is a free workshop series for families at the ArtStarts Gallery in downtown Vancouver, featuring free, fun, 45-minute arts workshops with some of the best children’s artists. For more information, visit http://artstarts.com/weekend Thanks to Boeing for generously sponsoring ArtStarts on Saturdays.
Nov 29 Sat
Workshop: Websites That Wow
Nov 29, 1-4 pm
MLA Office
737 - 6th Street, Back entrance., New Westminster
Award-winning writer, editor, coach and educator, Sylvia Taylor will share her expertise in this arena. Workshop Fees: RCLAS Members $15 Non-Members $25 SEATING IS LIMITED. PRE REGISTER at secretary@rclas.com Sylvia Taylor is an award-winning writer, editor, educator, and communications specialist in Metro Vancouver. A past director of the Federation of BC Writers for 13 years and current director for the Arts Council of Surrey, she consults with authors and entrepreneurs, teaches writing-related skills, and is a popular conference presenter and adjudicator. Her works have appeared in anthologies and genre magazines in Canada and the US, and was shortlisted for the CBC National Literary Awards. With over 400 articles in print, she has edit-coached over 100 book manuscripts and hosts author-readings series in partnership with city libraries. Heritage House Publishing released her historical literary memoir, The Fisher Queen: A Deckhand’s Tales of the BC Coast, September, 2012.” www.sylviataylor.ca
Nov 30 Sun
A Collection of Kyries
Nov 30, 7:30 pm
Unitarian Church of Vancouver
949 W. 49th
Chalice Choir has selected Kyries from five centuries to share, along with seasonal favourites and a singalong. Reception to follow.
Nov 30 Sun
Arnaldo Cohen
Nov 30, 3 pm
Vancouver Playhouse
600 Hamilton, Vancouver
The Vancouver Chopin Society presents the Brazilian-born pianist, who has performed with the Royal Philharmonic, the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, and the Santa Cecilia Orchestra of Rome.

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