During phase 1 lockdown, Vancouver Mural Festival and its partners acted quickly to brighten up 40 locations downtown and on South Granville.
The ongoing project on the boarded-up windows of Parliament Interiors took off as artist Justine Nguyen worked through lockdown on her pooch portraits.
Yet another anti-Asian incident took place in Vancouver this week.
The 2020 Vancouver International Children’s Festival won't be happening on Granville Island next week due to social-distancing measures.
The annual event based out of the Firehall Arts Centre continues in a reimagined, albeit scaled-back, form from July 2 to 11.
Apple TV releases Marie Clements's atmospheric film and Hip.Bang! with a Saturday night Youtube laugh riot.
With no hope from the province for gatherings of over 50 in the foreseeable future, Western Canada's largest theatre company is reconfiguring its next season as well.
The Vancouver Comic Arts Association's annual festival has moved online and is streaming now till Sunday (May 17) with some big names pop
Ten local artists will be receiving $500 to help them through the struggle of the pandemic.
The Canada Council of the Arts has found itself, like so many of its clients across the country, navigating uncharted waters over the pas
Socially distanced action also marks Asian Heritage Month.
Emily Carr University of Art + Design is honouring its graduating students in this year of the pandemic with a special online website.