Korean Canadian artists featured at MOV’s newest exhibit – in/flux: Art of Korean Diaspora

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The Museum of Vancouver (MOV) and the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Vancouver proudly present In/Flux: Art of Korean Diaspora, a collaborative exhibition featuring works from three Korean-Canadian artists, on display from September 28, 2018 to January 6, 2019.

Curated by Jillian Povarchook, Curatorial Associate at MOV, the exhibition features selected works of Jin-me Yoon, Junghong Kim, and Jin Hwa Kim, artists originally from the Republic of Korea now based in the Vancouver area. Carefully curated selections of photography, traditional calligraphy, and ceramics will be on display, all conveying, in their own way, the complex and dynamic nature of Canadian art and identity.

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Korean Canadian artists featured at MOV’s newest exhibit – in/flux: Art of Korean Diaspora

The Inside Scoop: New Sweet Eats in Vancouver

Written by Carly Whetter

Vancouverites sure have a sweet tooth! Whether it’s gelato from a decorated maestro, a Japanese matcha parfait, a vegan treat, or a sweet biscuit, you can’t go wrong with these new sweet eats in Vancouver:

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The Inside Scoop: New Sweet Eats in Vancouver

Trot, Chew and Sip – Vancouver Wellness Events to Attend in October 2018

Cozy season is upon us in Vancouver! Which means the leaves are turning and everyone has a pumpkin spice latte in their hand. Whether you want to be inside or outside in October, here are some #VeryVancouver activities to keep you eel and warm!

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Trot, Chew and Sip – Vancouver Wellness Events to Attend in October 2018

Britannia Mine Museum Unveils New Immersive Mill Show Experience

The Britannia Mine Museum is unveiling the concept designs for the upcoming Mill show experience, a new feature attraction and immersive multi-sensory show that brings the 20-storey Mill building and National Historic Site back to life.

Launching Spring 2019, the new Mill show experience tells the captivating story of the wide-ranging importance of the historic Mill building when it was fully operational from the 1920’s until its closing in 1974.

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Britannia Mine Museum Unveils New Immersive Mill Show Experience

Corteo puts clowns first in Cirque area production

Eight characters presents an irreverent, unpredictable version of “Romeo and Juliet” in Cirque du Soleil’s Corteo.

In Corteo (“cortege” in Italian), a clown pictures his own funeral taking place in a carnival atmosphere, watched over by quietly caring angels.

Directed by Daniele Finzi Pasca, Corteo premiered in Montreal under the Big Top in April 2005. Since then, the show has played to eight million people in 64 cities in 19 countries on four continents. It comes to the Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver Oct. 10-14. See below for more info.

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Corteo puts clowns first in Cirque area production

Cibo’s New Executive Chef, Curtis Luk, Launches Fall and Thanksgiving Menus

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This time of year marks a shift in our eating preferences towards food with more robust, earthy flavours.

Cibo Trattoria and its sister establishment, UVA Wine & Cocktail Bar, are ushering in the change in seasons with a new executive chef, Curtis Luk, and new menus that showcase their accessibly sophisticated take on Italian cuisine.

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Cibo’s New Executive Chef, Curtis Luk, Launches Fall and Thanksgiving Menus

Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend

Happy Equinox! This weekend day and night will be nearly equal all around the world and Autumn will officially begin. Appreciate the start of pumpkin spice season by having your heart melted by the Aquarium’s rescued otters, going on a walk to spy on this season’s birds, enjoying a moon festival, or checking out a sculpture exhibit full of grotesque human-animal hybrids.

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Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend