Opening August 8 at Metropolis at Metrotown, the just-announced art show draws attention to rubber sandals polluting the world's waterways.
Tickets on sale today for the 29th fest, which features several world premieres.
Vancouver's Rodney Sharman and Stephen Smith are two of 10 Canadian composers on tap to bring the bestselling book to musical life with two "spells" each.
The Capture Photography Festival has announced that Emmy Lee Wall will be taking over its helm.
At the Monday night ceremony at Bard on the Beach, winners and presenters celebrated theatre as a tool for social change.
The once-threatened historic building will see a public launch, open house, and yearlong Coast Salish weaving program at the site near Plaza of Nations.
The night’s big winners include Bard on the Beach, Théâtre la Seizième, and the Cultch’s Heather Redfern for advancing diversity.
She joined the fest as associate curator in 2013, later becoming director of programming and then interim artistic director when Norman Armour stepped down last year.
PARC Retirement Living kicks in $400,000 today to boost capital campaign project to improve theatre’s accessibility and sound quality
Expect everything from appearances by street-art star Shepard Fairey to open-air discos and mini-marathons from August 1 to 10.
As part of Indian Summer Festival, the man whose Sun City photo series is part of the Moving Still exhibit, talks about gay life in a country where homosexuality was a criminal act up until last year.
Molnar takes the prestigious position in 2020.