Artists Steve and Sandy Pell were tasked with creating a large mural, designed to be an interactive public art piece that inspires values like connectedness, positivity and freedom. The result is #kitswings, now at Burrard and West 4th. A post shared by casey-jo loos (@caseyjoloos) on Jul 24, 2017 at 10:01pm PDT #KitsWings Mural in […]
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It came down in 1959 and just last week it rose again. Sai Woo’s iconic neon rooster has been recreated and installed at 158 E Pender St in Vancouver’s historic Chinatown, thanks to donors and pledges. Neon Sai Woo Sign Returns to East Pender The project to restore the sign began earlier this year when […]
Join Vancouver Biennale on July 13th to celebrate one of Vancouver’s most engaging pieces of public art, A-maze-ing Laughter at English Bay. A Day of Laughter When: Thursday, July 13, 2017 at 10:00am to 2:00pm Where: Morton Park (Denman near Davie, English Bay) Details: RSVP for the Facebook event Mayor Gregor Robertson will proclaim the […]
With Canada Day and Canada 150 celebrations on the horizon, look for My Canada, My Inspiration coins in your own pocket change, as the entire series is now in circulation. Additionally, Vancouverites have the chance to exchange their old toonies coins for a sparkling new 2017 MCMI edition at a free upcoming coin exchange. One […]
The Vancouver Art Gallery Plaza, one of the most popular meeting places in the city, is set to reopen on Saturday June 24th after being closed for a massive revitalization effort. The opening will coincide with the Vancouver Jazz Festival‘s Downtown Jazz series, which will feature performances throughout the day to show off the new […]
There’s a proposal in the works to transform another one of Vancouver’s alleys into an interactive art installation. On the heels of Alley-Oop, which was reimagined into a vibrant pink and yellow park by More Awesome Now, the next project is the alley behind the Orpheum Theatre, located off Granville Street. Ackery’s Alley Ivan Ackery […]