An evening featuring four distinct solos from four award-winning Asian Canadian artists.
A celebration of the solidarity, the people, and the storm of emotions which can be found in a strike.
A Nordic journey, exploring choral music from Iceland, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, and Norway.
Intertwining multilingual dialogue, flamboyant rock numbers, and idiosyncratic marine trivia, Chicken Girl contemplates ideas of home, cultural identity, and the point of our existence.
Don't miss these adventurous and high-energy works which are aesthetically eclectic, topically relevant, and boundary pushing
The story of celebrated American playwright Arthur Miller and his hidden son.
The collective is made up of 10 performance-based emerging artists and companies. By coming together as one, it demonstrates its commitment to sharing resources in the spirit of collaboration.
Local artists' homes and studios will be open to the public for a studio tour and sale.
The fest will take place June 1 to 9 at various Vancouver venues. With a focus on independent theatre, it will also feature other genres, ranging from live music to dance.
Sometimes, public art can radically redefine a development in ways that its designers had not originally envisioned.
An electrifying evening of visual art, music and performance.
The Show—taking place for two weeks, from May 4 to May 19—will transform Emily Carr’s campus into the largest gallery in Vancouver. It's become a highlight of the Vancouver arts calendar.