Sarah MacDougall and Ivan Coyote get cozy around the fire, while the NFB's new Beauty: Beyond Binary spotlights some local gender-creative kids.
He and his eight-year-old son Max hope to let homeschooling parents and their kids know it's okay to have fun right now.
In a blast from the past, at least three groups, including VIFF, are developing proposals for summerlong movies in the city. But approval awaits.
Mining themes of isolation, protest, and violence, Guillermo Calderon's provocatively funny play seems custom-made for our peculiar times.
Laura Byspalko and Sirish Rao launched the festival in 2011 to forge greater understanding and appreciation of different cultures.
The wildly theatrical drag-theatre innovators are taking a break and putting out a statement after two of their avant-garde livestreams were temporarily blocked.
VSO@Home's first chamber-music viewing party debuts tonight at 7:30 p.m., complete with Rossini and Strauss.
While the Power of Portrait invites you to submit photos, artist Adad Hannah's Social Distancing Portraits capture our current limbo through a long lens.
While the Vancouver Art Gallery launches Art Connects video gatherings, the Museum of Anthropology digs into its extensive collection for new social-media spotlights.
Peanut butter, Kurt Vile, and Ozark Season 3.
From the Little Chamber Music Series That Could's $200 Isolation Commissions to Chor Leoni's weekly virtual concert parties, artists are coming up with innovative ways to reflect, raise money, and inspire.
We're all inside and we need things to watch.