BC Arts and Culture Week is taking place April 10th to 16th, 2011 presented by ArtStarts and the Assembly of BC Arts Councils. Having recently spent a few days in Toronto for the Canadian Arts Summit I’m even more determined to promote and highlight community arts events for all. Now in its 12th year, this […]
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The Royal Winnipeg Ballet (“RWB”) is bringing a modern version of Alice’s Wonderland across the country this month, stopping in Vancouver for shows March 24th until the 27th. “This is not your grandmother’s Wonderland,” said Principal dancer Tara Birtwhistle during our telephone interview. She’s currently rehearsing in-studio with the company before the tour. Photo credit: […]
The Chutzpah! Festival is currently underway presenting dozens of performances from dance and blues to plays and classes. The diversity and high calibre of the performances from across Canada and internationally will continue to inspire audiences with their artistry, skill and dedication. We continue to throw open the doors to welcome artists from around the […]
It’s another big year for Vancouver as the city celebrates 125 years since its incorporation and to boot, it has been designated a Cultural Capital of Canada for 2011. This means we can expect public celebrations, exhibits, performances and more throughout the year (many of which are already listed on the CelebrateVancouver125 website). In honor […]
This morning Premier Gordon Campbell, author and artist Douglas Coupland, and Terry’s parents gathered to unveil Coupland’s design for the new Terry Fox Memorial at BC Place. Artist: Douglas Coupland. Illustration by: David Weir, Mauricio Pommella, Douglas Coupland. â€œIn creating this piece, I wanted to ensure we captured the very essence of what Terryâ€™s run […]