Archive of posts tagged "arts"

Win Tickets to CircusWest Kaleidoscope

Comments 32 by Rebecca Bollwitt

CircusWest is a comprehensive circus arts centre for all ages, located in the historic PNE Gardens, offering children, teens, and adults an opportunity to explore circus arts in an encouraging, non-competitive environment. Celebrating its 30th Anniversary this year CircusWest’s next event is Kaleidoscope – Circus in Technicolour. Where: Garden Auditorium, PNE 2901 E Hastings, Vancouver […]

Lost Lagoon by E. Pauline Johnson

Add a Comment by Rebecca Bollwitt

Pauline Johnson documented and shared “Legends of Vancouver” over 100 years ago, telling famous tales of the Lions peaks and giving Lost Lagoon its name. Many of Pauline’s works are in the Public Domain and her book, “Legends of Vancouver” is available on iBooks, and for free on Kindle. I wanted to share (more) of […]

Museum of Anthropology Without Masks: Contemporary Afro-Cuban Art

Comments 25 by Rebecca Bollwitt

The Museum of Anthropology (“MOA”) at UBC quickly became one of my favourite places in Metro Vancouver after school field trip visits when I was younger. The history and artwork, the in-depth look at Northwest Coast culture, and the various galleries make the MOA an enchanting place for a visitor of any age. Without Masks […]

The Hound of the Baskervilles on Granville Island

Comments 29 by Rebecca Bollwitt

Bad Dog Productions presents its highly successful Western Canadian exclusive production of The Hound of the Baskervilles in Vancouver at Studio 1398 on Granville Island from Tuesday, April 22nd through to Saturday, May 3rd, 2014. The Hound of the Baskervilles on Granville Island Directed by Langley-based, multi award-winning director, Ellie King, this imaginative and hysterical […]

Camilo The Magician 2014 Tour

Comments 64 by Rebecca Bollwitt

There are many reasons to love Camilo Dominguez, aka Camilo The Magician. He’s an incredibly talented magician who calls Vancouver home, he’s hosting Magic Summer Camp, his shows often support local causes, and he’s also the inspiration for Said The Whale’s popular song. Born and raised in Colombia, Camilo Dominguez first discovered his passion for […]