Although the visual-arts exhibition sounds like it might offer controversy and confrontation, that’s definitely not the point.
All of the local, national, and international artists work in the contemporary-dance realm while pushing their cultural forms.
Artistic director Karen Pitkethly says watching her young students develop in the past decade stands out.
When gallerist and editor LaTiesha Fazakas first met the artist Beau Dick, she thought, “Does nobody realize that this guy is van Gogh, this guy is Duchamp, this guy is groundbreaking?”
From the literary giants at the Indian Summer Festival to the song-and-dance at Theatre Under the Stars, here's all you need to know to plan the season's art going.
Aeriosa dance company is hosting the event for the first time here, showcasing an art form it's helped build here for decades.
Although composer Neelamjit Dhillon’s work is rooted in suffering, it’s not all about pain.
A push for contemporary interpretations of Shakespearean theatre has helped the fest build bigger audiences than ever.
The director has reassigned many of the male protagonist's lines to the lead character of Kate—and the power shift has been immediate.
In a sunlit rehearsal hall at the Scotiabank Dance Centre, you can feel that unique mix of electricity and hushed awe that happens when a legend is in the room.
Revived after shutdown, the national theatre festival is brought back to life in Vancouver with experiments like the Indigenous Vibrations concert and the micro performances of HIVE 2019.,
The new program Magic & Remembering shows how the company is constantly trying to challenge expectations, rarely showing a standing body alongside sitting dancers.