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Vancouver Art Gallery
Brian Eno's Illustrated Talk
The Illustrated Talk not only outlined the pivotal moments in history and creative principles that have generated Eno's impressive achievements.
Jan 14th, 2011
Downtown cultural hub, possible Vancouver Art Gallery relocation, and public plaza
It's all up in front of City Council next week. Show up, if you want to weigh in on these important public issues.
Jan 13th, 2011
Brian Eno speaks at the Vogue
Brian Eno is speaking in Vancouver for the very first time.
Jan 8th, 2011
Vancouver’s Must Attend Art Events in 2011
Time to grab your phone and mark your calendars, because these are Vancouver’s best art events for 2011. We’ll see you there!
Jan 2nd, 2011
Cyclists to celebrate big bike lane wins at Gastown Christmas bash
With new bike routes and dedicated bike lanes in the city, the big bike party moves from VAG to Gastown this Wednesday. Expect carrolling and bike-centric Christmas songs... with a cycling twist.
Dec 20th, 2010
You don't need a ball gown to attend an auction
And a few other tips for infiltrating the art world...
Dec 17th, 2010
Ajay's mid-week special: Development Drinks | Passion for Justice | FUSE + much more!
Hope you all enjoyed the Halloween festivities this past weekend! We had a great time at the Parade of Lost Souls (kudos to Andrea Curtis and her team for putting together such a family-oriented...
Nov 3rd, 2010
Once merely condo royalty, Bob Rennie emerges as Vancouver's cool king of modern art
"Risk," Rennie said. "If you don’t take a risk, you don’t get anywhere.”
Linda Solomon Wood
Aug 15th, 2010
To be here or not to be here? For VAG, that is the question
It is a travesty that there’s no Jeff Wall, Roy Arden, Stan Douglas, Brian Jungen, Gathie Falk, etc. on regular view in our city. It’s as if someone had decided to hide Victoria’s Emily Carr. It makes
Jul 19th, 2010
Arts Summit takes on urban planning
Vancouver has a long tradition of including arts spaces in re-developments.
Jun 25th, 2010