All that Crawling can make you hungry.
To mark its 15th anniversary, the multidisciplinary celebration is offering audiences $15 tickets for 15 days from November 15 to November 30
Shows featuring Japanese art star Takashi Murakami and Impressionist Claude Monet helped bring a reported 600,000 to shows and programs
The classical ballet training program has acquired three new studios in former mall space, an early part of the massive redevelopment and shifting focus of the landmark.
While hall is closed, Shake Up exhibit explores the process and totem poles see restoration.
Anthropocene is the proposed name for the current geological era in which humans have significantly impacted the Earth.
The local actor and improviser will represent VTS overseas from October 31 to November 16.
Executive director and curator Tyler Russell has stepped down from his position.
Vancouver's skyrocketing housing costs are prompting one East Side theatre to give its viewers a break.
Her new work at the Cultch focuses on an investigator trying to find relatives of an elderly woman who has died alone.
Her group is launching its 88th season with a celebration of two 20th-century choral knockouts.
Unique Lives & Experiences has announced it's presenting an Evening with John Cleese on May 25, 2019.
After a six-month search, Vancouver's Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art has named the former director of Tides Canada to its helm.
Current artistic director Jovanni Sy is set to leave the Richmond venue in February.
This is definitely not going to be a documentary about the flamenco you know.
The pieces include Surrealist Piano, a $1.2 million sculpture in which the instrument's legs are replaced with those modeled after a woman's.
JB the First Lady, the hip-hop artist who plays a central role in the Drive's new public artwork, will perform at the free community event.
Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival is reporting a record-breaking 29th season.
The two-level expansion includes 42,000-square-feet of new indoor space.
A thoroughly entertaining romp through the absurdity of the skyrocketing global art market.
Whether you’re an opera neophyte or a well-Callased veteran, this profile of the original diva is a huge travel trunk of riches.
This long but fascinating French doc vividly captures the sprawling Grand Ball that happens in the middle of the Allier countryside in France each year—and also the universal impulse to dance.
The money is to go towards creating a new project, which will be featured at an exhibition at gallery in 2019.
Garry Winogrand left behind trunks full of undeveloped film cassettes, raising ethical questions about what defines an artist’s eye.
Host Sean O'Neill gets up-close and personal with eight artists from across the country in CBC series.