10 things to do in Vancouver this weekend

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      Here's a sampling of in-person and online events to consider this weekend in Vancouver.


      The Vancouver Art Gallery features an exhibition of Victor Vasarely’s paintings, sculptures, tapestries, and multiples from the 1960s and ’70s. Also at the VAG are Sun Xun: Mythological TimeStories that animate us, and Pictures and Promises.


      Tina Kreuger Kulic

      Zee Zee Theatre presents Virtual Humanity, a one-on-one experience that adapts the company’s annual Human Library project into the digital space.


      United Players present online performances of Silent Sky, the true story of astronomer Henrietta Leavitt, which explores a woman’s place in society during a time of immense scientific discoveries.


      The Cultch's Heather Redfern talks theatre and the pandemic as part of World Theatre Day at an online event on Saturday.


      North Van Arts is presenting the North Shore Art Crawl, a month-long virtual event showcasing the work of North Vancouver artists.


      The Chan Centre presents online presentations of Sansei: The Storyteller, an interdisciplinary dance piece that explores the internment and dispossession of Japanese-Canadians.


      Currently streaming at the Cinematheque is Wojnarowicz: F**k You F*ggot F**ker, a new documentary profiling incendiary artist and activist David Wojnarowicz, who responded to society’s inaction toward the AIDS pandemic by weaponizing his art.



      Feast for the Eyes at the Polygon Gallery tells the history of photography through the enticing lens of food.  


      The Museum of Anthropology (MOA) at UBC features the powerful group exhibition A Future for Memory: Art and Life After the Great East Japan Earthquake.


      Steve Newton

      The immersive Imagine Van Gogh exhibition features over 200 of Vincent Van Gogh's paintings on huge screens at the Vancouver Convention Centre.