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Art Review: The Ghosts We Know
Over the last year and a half, the Untitled Art Space in Chinatown has become the go-to spot for showcasing the versatility of Vancouver’s art scene. That continued this week when the space featured...
Jun 8th, 2016
Panel discussion on Police Detective Lori Shenher's book on botched missing women investigation
On October 5, Greystone Books will host a panel discussion to launch former police detective Lori Shenher’s book, That Lonely Section of Hell. Shenher's book gives a searing...
Oct 1st, 2015
Repression-proof artist, Franke James, celebrated by BCCLA
Franke James shows eight years of her artwork about fighting the environment and freedom of expression.
Sep 28th, 2015
SFU Woodwards transports audiences with Hidden Pasts, Digital Futures Festival
A brave new world co-created by the National Film Board of Canada’s award-winning Digital Studio in Vancouver and internationally acclaimed artist Stan Douglas.
Sep 22nd, 2015
'The Portrait Project' shoots people's true emotions
"I am intrigued by how people express emotion and the way they look while doing so." — photographer Aharon Jinjihashvili
Jun 30th, 2015
Mumbai artist maps out web of wire at VAG Offsite
Reena Saini Kallat leads off the Indian Summer Festival with her global tapestry installation, 'Woven Chronicle' on West Georgia Street.
Jun 8th, 2015
New show of Portuguese popular art takes viewers from Heaven to Hell
An exceptional, finely detailed, exhibition of Portuguese Popular Art opens at MOA. It's playful, smart and gorgeous.
May 14th, 2015
Vancouver art world convenes at Audain, VIVA and Balkind awards
Three hundred and fifty of Vancouver’s art elite gathered last Thursday for the presentation of the Audain and VIVA awards under the plant-draped Great Hall of the Arthur C. Erickson’s BC Law...
Apr 19th, 2015
Artists shed new light on Enbridge, tar sands and environmental destruction
Lindy Sisson is one of four Vancouver artists featured here who are using their art to raise awareness about the oil pipelines.
Mar 10th, 2015
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.
Nov 12th, 2014