Saudi Arabia is one of the largest social-media markets in the Middle East, and almost immediately, pictures of Ajlan Gharem’s work went viral.
Playwright Lesley Ewen uses standins to explore the fallout from the art provocateur's 1977 breakout Murder Research, and the aching loss of his creative partner soon after.
In the new play, 100 animals, scientists, and seven young translators gather to debate the future of an insatiable creature taking over the seas
Once Lost brings performance, documentary filmmaking, ceramics, and history together for a new perspective on the story of the Lost Fleet.
For Vancouver, Shakespeare on the beach, plein-air competitions, and gallery walks have become as essential to summer as beer and barbecues.
"All You Need Is Love" has worked its way into this rendition of the pastoral comedy, and so have 24 other Beatles hits.
It’s been 10 years since the festival began in Vancouver, but it hasn’t lost any of its provocativeness or bite.
His new album is a startling and often haunting mix of operatic singing and ancient Indigenous songs.
According to the Iranian-born percussionist, the biggest joy of life in Canada is “the opportunity to learn from other people”.
Look closely at the Elissa Cristall Gallery artist, and you'll find skulles, disembodied limbs, and barnacles poking out from the perfectly carved flowers.