This weekend at the Vancouver Art Gallery – FUSE for families

Dancers performing Justine Chambers’ choreography in the Vancouver Special: Ambivalent Pleasures exhibition Dec 4, 2016 – April 17, 2017, at the Vancouver Art Gallery. Photo: Pardeep Singh.

A dance performance that takes inspiration from the act of faceting gemstones is part in Family FUSE Weekend March 25-26 at the Vancouver Art Gallery (750 Hornby Street).

The popular event is aimed at bringing families together to celebrate art. Besides activities for the kids, event-goers will be able to check out the gallery’s spring exhibitions, including Susan Point: Spindle Whorl, Pacific Crossings: Hong Kong Artists in Vancouver, Howie Tsui: Retainers of Anarchy, We Come to Witness: Sonny Assu in Dialogue with Emily Carr and Vancouver Special: Ambivalent Pleasures.

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This weekend at the Vancouver Art Gallery – FUSE for families

Susan Point Whorls the Imagination in Current Vancouver Art Gallery Exhibit

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Left: Salish Vision, 2002. Courtesy of the Museum of Anthropology, The University of British Columbia, Vancouver. | Right: Ravens and Moon, 2001. Collection of George and Christiane Smyth. Both photos: Janet Dwyer

An exhibit of work that elevates the importance of women and Indigenous women that merges spirituality with practicality and pairs tradition with playfulness is on at the Vancouver Art Gallery right now, and until May 28th, 2017.

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Susan Point Whorls the Imagination in Current Vancouver Art Gallery Exhibit

New Vancouver Art Gallery Exhibition Brings Together the Work of 40 Contemporary Artists

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It’s hard to believe that Vancouver hosted the Winter Olympics almost seven years ago. I well remember the buzz of the city during that period and the world’s attention on Vancouver as the Games unfolded. Since then, there have been significant economic, artistic, and cultural changes in the city and in the globe at large.

In that lovely contemplative period between Christmas and New Year’s, I visited the Vancouver Art Gallery in order to take in one of their new exhibitions, Vancouver Special: Ambivalent Pleasures, which opened this month and runs until April 17, 2017. It covers Vancouver artistic creation in the post-Olympics period.

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New Vancouver Art Gallery Exhibition Brings Together the Work of 40 Contemporary Artists

Mind-blowing new exhibit coming to the Vancouver Art Gallery!

Chiho Aoshima Little Miss Gravestone’s Absent Musing, 2016 interactive monitor, video animation. © 2016 Chiho Aoshima/Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

Chiho Aoshima’s Little Miss Gravestone’s Absent Musing (2016) is one of the works that will be exhibited at Juxtapoz vs. Superflat. © 2016 Chiho Aoshima/Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

Fresh off its awesome Mashup: The Birth of Modern Culture show earlier this year, the Vancouver Art Gallery (750 Hornby St.) is again going contemporary with a new exhibit of daring work from a variety of international artists.

Conceived by the renowned Japanese artist Takashi Murakami and co-curated with Evan Pricco, Editor-in-Chief of the art magazine Juxtapoz Art & Culture, Juxtapoz x Superflat features the work of more than 30 artists from Japan, Korea, Canada, the United States and Europe. The exhibition opens at the VAG Nov. 5 and runs until Feb. 5, 2017.

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Mind-blowing new exhibit coming to the Vancouver Art Gallery!

Vancouver Art Gallery unveils new public art installation by acclaimed First Nations artist

A new public art installation by Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun on the future site of the Vancouver Art Gallery officially launches this Thursday.

A new public art installation by Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun on the future site of the Vancouver Art Gallery officially launches this Thursday.

Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun is an acclaimed Coast Salish/Okanagan artist known for work that brings a political perspective to First Nations iconography.

On Thursday, the Vancouver Art Gallery will unveil a new public art installation by Yuxweluptun on the future site of the gallery. Ovoid, by Yuxweluptun, officially launches Sept 22, at Larwill Park, on the corner of West Georgia and Cambie streets.

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Vancouver’s Neighbourhood Happenings: Downtown Jazz Weekend, June 25-26

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The following article was submitted by the Downtown Vancouver Business Improvement Association.

Downtown Jazz kicks off the opening weekend of the TD Vancouver International Jazz Fest featuring 29 ensembles on 3 stages.

The widely beloved Downtown Jazz Weekend is back at the Vancouver Art Gallery Plaza June 25 & 26 as a part of the TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival. Continue reading:
Vancouver’s Neighbourhood Happenings: Downtown Jazz Weekend, June 25-26

Vancouver Art Gallery’s Hot New Summer Season

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Photographer Harry Callahan’s exhibit starts June 11

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Vancouver Art Gallery’s Hot New Summer Season