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.
This year's award focuses on design; last year's, focused on playwrights, was won by local talent Marcus Youssef
The Berlin-based awards recognize TV and online entertainment from around the globe.
Winners of the biennial competition, which challenges designers, builders, and architects to craft an innovative luminaire, will be announced at a gala on September 18.
One of the world's earliest international video centres was launched right here in Vancouver.
Dance Centre's new, free program offers kids workshops led by professional artists.
Vancouver's van Gogh has sold his paintings locally for two decades and now has produced a book to take his art and life story beyond the city.
The inaugural program includes panels, workshops, and live tapings.
Minister Pablo Rodriguez highlighted the $125 million investment.
The Vancouver Men's Chorus is far more than a chorus.
Vancouver has Dude Chilling Park—but will an LGBT version be next?
Olivia C. Davies, Dario Dinuzzi, and Lara Barclay are just some of the artists taking part in the annual summer celebration of grassroots dance.
From September 14 to December 15, Curious Imaginings will feature the Melbourne art star's provocative human-animal hybrids in the unconventional space of the Patricia Hotel
His party is also advancing policies that call for far more local autonomy over transportation, policing, and education.
As one of B.C.'s most renowned dancers, Simone Orlando had performed on stages across the world.
Show, which sold out its first run, relives an ugly chapter in the history of the livestock stalls at the PNE site.
Newly restored, the giant sparrow sculptures hit the main plaza just in time for the 27th International Ornithological Congress this weekend.