Spring literary gatherings, along with the schedules of some major publishers, may be on hold right now, but we’ve seen the release of powerful new titles over the past couple of weeks.
The Isolation Diaries reach out to Vancouver creatives sector to find out what they’re watching, how they’re coping, and where they’re finding inspiration.
The Vancouver Art Gallery's former director of 18 years has moved eastward.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Henry V, and more were to have been staged under the tents in Vanier Park.
The artists' project, which started at Kimprints on Powell Street during COVID-19 closures, has now caught on.
The Vancouver Opera has named Tom Wright its new general director.
Murals decorate the hoarding around the temporarily closed shop in Gastown's historic Hotel Europe.
Peanut butter, Kurt Vile, and Ozark Season 3.
Approaching photography in expansive ways allows festival attendees to uncover the many rich and vibrant layers that exist below the surface of an image and beyond its frame.
Arts groups had worried there would be a move toward austerity; now some, like the Cultch's Heather Redfern, are expressing the first hope they've had in weeks.
Launching at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow, the first interactive talk is a walk-through of The Tin Man Was A Dreamer: Allegories, Poetics and Performances of Power.
"We need to know that you understand our value and that you will support our recovery."
Twenty-nine playwrights coast-to-coast will livestream 10-minute readings from their scripts via Zoom.
It was to have been the Vancouver institution's 80th season at Malkin bowl in Stanley Park.