Anne Watson

Anne is a journalist and award-winning filmmaker who moved to Vancouver three years ago with her daughter. Her most recent film project was with the National Film Board about changes in education in the Vancouver area.

Leads Adam J. Rennie and Karli Dinardo in "Flashdance - The Musical"

Lots of Pizzazz in "Flashdance" at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre

"Flashdance - The Musical" offers glitz and action at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre until November 16th.
Cartoonist Mimi Pond of "Over Easy" fame to appear at Canzine West Festival.

Canzine West Festival illuminates the Underground Zine Culture

Canzine West Festival presents over 200 zines from comics to graphic novels, small presses and featured artists in an afternoon and evening of activities.
Naomi Steinberg, creator and performer of "Goosefeather"

"Goosefeather," measurably pleasant storytelling at the Fringe Festival

"Goosefeather," a one-person performance that measures the globe and our place in it...thoughtfully, intimately and with humour and clowning.

Roselina Hung's exuberant creativity comes alive in "Myth and Men"

A Woman's View on "Myth and Men" at Initial Gallery. Roselina Hung's exhibition of exuberantly creative paintings.
"Main Barber from Sidewalk, 1968" Fred Herzog, courtesy Equinox Gallery

Visual art trailblazers honoured at the VIVA and Audain awards: Videos

Recipients of BC's most prestigious awards -- photographer Fred Herzog, performance artist Skeena Reece and painter Mina Totino -- explain the significance of winning awards.

"Out of Sight" to be kept in mind: exhibition of New Acquisitions at the VAG

New Acquisitions show, "Out of Site" at the VAG features some gems
Photographer Edward Burtynsky at the Vancouver Art Gallery

Edward Burtynsky's "Terrible Beauty" reveals distorted relationship between humans and nature

A haunting marriage of nature and humans depicted in the large scale photographs of renowned photographer Edward Burtynsky at the VAG.

Faces to stretch the mind at the Belkin

If you delight in what my daughter’s teacher calls “mind stretching and bending,” then “Faces: Works from the Permanent Collection,” the current show at the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery will...

Wintering at a summer resort in Roche Harbor, Washington

A winter weekend at the Roche Harbor summer resort offers peace and calm away from the storm.

Tug of war intensifies between Lost Canadian advocate and citizenship minister

Jason Kenney won't meet with Don Chapman, but the Minister challenges the activist in the pages of a student newspaper.