New play digs at some of the horrible truths of the situation, most accurately in the tech-bro douche Auxl.
Ziya Tong and Jessica McDiarmid are each up for a $25,000 cash award, which will be announced on March 2 in Toronto.
The Canadian painter, printmaker, and sculptor drew inspiration from the landscapes here, and his legacy lives on in his foundation for young artists.
The proposed B.C. legislation will enable municipalities to offer relief to small businesses and organizations paying high property taxes.
Corey Payette's musical will vie with eight others for the $30,000 Grand Prix Award from the Montreal Arts Council.
The risk-taking is not limited to this contemporary circus troupe's high-flying acrobatics.
Our guide to the 2020 PuSh International Performing Arts Festival, a citywide interdisciplinary celebration of the arts that takes place around Vancouver from January 21 to February 9.
Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s former music director Bramwell Tovey returns to the podium here with two fantastic contemporary works that hail from his homeland.
Jaha Koo expresses the angst of an entire South Korean generation by hacking his home country's leading kitchen appliance.
Singers, puppeteers, visual artists, and costume designers collaborated on a unique consensus-based project helmed by director Kim Senklip Harvey.
Hidden gems amid the interdisciplinary celebration.
PuSh helmers Franco Boni and Joyce Rosario have forged new collaborations this year.
She replaces Kelly Tweeddale, who left the VSO to become the executive director of the San Francisco Ballet in the summer of 2019.
The budding comic will be taping her stand-up show on January 31.