All posts tagged Art

Not Juliet’s balcony: an interview with Justin Muir of Balcone

Balcone, (Italian for balcony), is a nonprofit society based in Vancouver. It presents contemporary art projects in a variety of situations and spaces.read more

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Shy, bold photographer Rick Legal

Rick Legal is relatively new to the Vancouver photography scene. His nude photographs are some of the most powerful images I have seen.

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Vancouver, like never before

The wonderful world of Vancouver through the eyes of our Flickr contributors.

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“Too Asian?”

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Free admission: a look at Vancouver’s public art

Great cities are built for the people, and Vancouver is no exception. But, when was the last time you went for an art walk – or even stopped

Audience breaks their silence at youth-designed art exhibit

At the Burnaby Youth Custody Centre's art exhibit, the public was invited to share their letters, poetry and art. They told moving stories of forgiveness and hope.

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Crispin Glover at the Cinematheque

Multitalented actor, director, writer, Crispin Glover (River's Edge, Back to the Future, The Doors, The People vs Larry Flynt, Hot Tub Time Machine, Charlie's Angels) will be at

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.

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Gallery Row gets a wake-up call from the tax man

We have seen crazy cuts to arts funding over the past couple years, but the latest threat to the survival of this community is rising rent and property

Dr Sketchy’s Art Class & Cabaret, Taboo Revue Burlesque, One Week Job and more

Some nice, spicy and sweet events this week for you. A bit of burlesque – to watch and to draw! – art, movies, some dancing. All you need

Bee Vancity Top Picks Jan 6-10: Building Peace, Ana Sia, Just Dance and a great reason to take off your pants

Something here for everyone - from building peace to dancing all night to taking your pants off on the Skytrain.

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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!

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Last minute gift ideas for the artsy people in your life

Did you leave your shopping to the last minute? Are you in need gift ideas for the artsy people in your life? Here is a list of some

Cirque du Soleil comes to Vancouver with QUIDAM

March 9 to 13, 2011, Vancouver's Roger's Arena will be transformed into a circus spectacular with QUIDAM

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You don’t need a ball gown to attend an auction

And a few other tips for infiltrating the art world...

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UBC Robson Square to host Burnaby Youth Custody Center Artwork

We’ve finally found a temporary home for the Burnaby Youth Custody Center Passion Project art project.

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Solitary artist Wayne Ngan

He repeatedly said that what was most important to him was to explore his potential as an artist for the time left for him in this world, which

Curating continuing studies at Emily Carr University of Art + Design

Sadira Rodrigues is the Director of Continuing Studies at Emily Carr University of Art + Design. She is an art historian and curator with a masters degree from

Celebrated Vancouverites get 7 minutes to share their inspiration at Pecha Kucha

Pecha what? Up until a week ago, I had never even heard of Pecha Kucha, let alone was I able to pronounce its name. But as host

Waste Land, Vision and a Festival of new films from Europe

Can art change people? Waste Land asks the question but does it deliver? (read more)

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Repetition, precision and chaos: Experiments Four

Sculptor Lee Gass muses about what he sees as deep similarities between science and choreography.

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Ballet BC reaches dizzying heights in three-piece contemporary ballet

Illustrating once again that ballet in Vancouver is reborn with a revitalized devotion to exciting contemporary aesthetics, Ballet BC combines incredible dance talent and compelling choreography in...

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Woman With the 5 Elephants

“Why do people translate? It's the yearning for something that keeps escaping, for the unrivalled original, for the final, the essential,” says Svetlana Geier.

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Megamind vs Skyline

Conspiracy theory: if you look close enough at pretty much any two things, you can find some sort of connection: take the movies Megamind and Skyline.  One

Circle Craft Fair at the Vancouver Convention and Exhibition Centre

"Western Canada’s largest one-of-a-kind gift fair, the Circle Craft Christmas Market. If it's handmade, you'll find it

Stuart MacLean and The Vinyl Cafe, Live on Stage at the Centre for Performing Arts

"There are moments during a performance when I leave the ground and I become wrapped up in the moment, but the same thing happens in my writing some

The Hobbit comes to Capilano University

“I know I made the right decision but it's because I got involved in my own life”. That's the journey of this play. Stuart Aikins

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The Art Market website launches “for all Canadians”

A combination of Plenty of Fish and Craigslist for collectors and artists alike, the Art Market could become the meet and greet of Canada's visual art world.

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Despite rain and cuts to the arts, East Van keeps Lost Souls Parade alive

The Lost Souls is a vital component of East Vancouver's cultural vitality. After the  BC arts funding massacre, there was uncertainty as to whether this event could survive.

In Love With the Mystery

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