The Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art presents AKOS, the monumental works of spray can art by Haida artist Corey Bulpitt, on now until September 14th. AKOS is Corey Bulpitt’s graffiti tag and his Haida name, Taakeet Gaaya, translates to “Gifted Carver”. Both names reveal two art forms that have successfully come together through […]
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There is plenty to do around town this weekend but one event in particular is free for kids*, indoors (away from the rain), has music, art, and hands-on activities. The Vancouver Art Gallery is hosting another Family FUSE Weekend on Saturday, March 8th and Sunday, March 9th with this month’s theme: “The Landscape of the […]
The Vancouver Art Gallery is celebrating Emily Carr Month throughout the month of February, offering a special $10 admission rate for adults along with complimentary art prints. Where Vancouver Art Gallery, 750 Hornby St When Daily 10:00am to 6:00pm (9:00pm Tuesday) until February 28th Tickets Advance general admission tickets are available online or you can […]
I first met painter Andy Dixon at a pool party in the Southlands a few summers ago. The host of the party was celebrating the completion of renovations that transformed his house into a re-imagined mid-century home reminiscent of Richard Neutra’s Kauffman House in Palm Springs — with its large glass sliding doors that opened […]
The Vancouver Art Gallery‘s popular adults-only Friday night FUSE event, which takes place only three times annually, is coming up again on July 19th. The theme is Grand Ballroom FUSE, inspired by the current Grand Hotel: Redesigning Modern Life exhibit. This summer edition of the event series will feature a multi-room party with performers, installations, […]
This Friday the Vancouver Art Gallery will host its very popular FUSE event that transforms galleries into performance spaces in a late night, adults-only environment three times annually. This month’s theme is inspired by artist Ian Wallace’s work titled My Heroes in the Streets and will channel the language of the street through movement, music […]