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Greek tragedy goes modern with Antigone, black family life...
Your numerology cycles December 1–15
Out-of-the-box Xmas fare
A scary Marriage Story, a classy Knives Out murder mystery...
Photos: Thievery Corporation Babylon Falling tour hits...
Dance first. Think later...
Tom Hanks as Mr. Rogers; Elsa and friends in Frozen II and...
Photo's: Brittany Howard debuts her solo album Jaime
Blasts from the past: Hoffa hires The Irishman, new-style...
Emily Carr University
Youth learn to solve problems and think critically through summer art programs
Summer offers unique opportunities for middle and high school students to focus on something they are passionate about. For youth interested in visual arts or design, July and August can be spent...
Mar 7th, 2017
Fringe Reviews: One Man Dark Knight and Manipulation
Charles Ross is the Bane of comic book nerds everywhere
Sep 13th, 2016
A TRIUMF for art and Canada's home to particle and nuclear physics
VANCOUVER — Art is colliding with science inside Canada's home for particle and nuclear physics. The artist-in-residence program at TRIUMF in Vancouver is bridging the divide between the two...
The Canadian Press
Feb 9th, 2016
Short-term programs help university graduates launch new careers
Intensive training allows educated young professionals to transition their careers in under a year.
Jul 22nd, 2015
Emily Carr University granted funding to study the art of data
Emily Carr University's Studio for Extensive Aesthetics was awarded almost $57,000 from this year's BC Knowledge Development Fund.
Dec 2nd, 2014
CityStudio: putting campuses to work on Greenest City goals
Educators, professionals and citizens pull up a chair and share.
Dec 10th, 2011
Flow, a Vancouver public art piece, is named one of best in North America
Flow, a photo/media-based permanent piece installed at the new Mount Pleasant Community Centre, has been named one of the best public artworks in North America.
Aug 28th, 2010