Things to Do in Vancouver This Weekend

Cyclists, this is your weekend. The Gran Fondo is on, allowing an uninterrupted ride up the Sea to Sky Highway to Whistler. Or, if you prefer neon garb and blinky lights to padded shorts and clip-in shoes, Bike the Night is the place to be in Vancouver. There’s also many events to cycle to; the Fringe Festival, a ballet about social media dating, Marc Maron, Bon Iver, rugby, supercars, and the Facade Festival.

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Friday September 6

Vancouver Fringe Festival

Where: Various locations on Granville Island
What: This boundary-pushing performance arts festival returns featuring some of the best (and weirdest) in live performance from across Canada and around the world. The action centers on downtown’s Granville Island, where acts take the stage in multiple theatres, as well as far less traditional venues.
Runs Until: Sunday September 15, 2019

@giselle

Where: Vancouver Playhouse
What: A technology-infused reimagining of the iconic ballet masterwork that examines the ways social media has leveraged an unexpected change on the nature of modern love and relationships. Vancouver’s own award-winning Joshua Beamish brings his innovative choreographic vision to the Vancouver Playhouse, featuring an all-star lineup of some of North America’s finest ballet artists from American Ballet Theatre, The National Ballet of Canada, and Pennsylvania Ballet
Runs Until: Saturday September 7, 2019

The Clock, Christian Marclay

24-Hour Friday Night Screenings of The Clock

Where: The Polygon Gallery
What: On select Fridays throughout summer 2019, The Polygon will stay open overnight for 24-hour screenings of The Clock, providing the chance to see the evening and early morning sections of the film. Presented in a custom-built cinema within the gallery, The Clock montages film and television footage from the last 70 years. The time represented in each clip is synchronized with actual time, allowing The Clock to function as a 24-hour timepiece.

TheatreSports: Back to School

Vancouver TheatreSports presents Back to School TheatreSports

Where: The Improv Centre
What: Get the fall off to a laughing start with some school-themed comedy as Vancouver TheatreSports (VTS) honours the beginning of fall with a special improv show dedicated to school days. Back to School TheatreSports takes classic TheatreSports short form improv ‘games’ and adapts them to parody classroom clichés and cliques (some things never change).
Runs Until: Saturday October 12, 2019

Said The Whale

Where: Malkin Bowl
What: After more than a decade together, Said The Whale have arrived at the purest version of themselves. Cascadia is the Vancouver trio’s sixth album, and it sounds like quintessential Said The Whale: with a big-hearted blend of indie rock and atmospheric folk, it perfects all of the elements that have propelled the band to JUNO Award-winning, radio chart-topping success.

The Mountain Goats

Where: Commodore Ballroom
What: American Indie Rock quartet The Mountain Goats have been together since 1991. Their songs often seek out dark lairs within which terrible monsters dwell, but their mission is to retrieve the treasure from the dark lair & persuade the terrible monsters inside to seek out the path of redemption.

Yuk Yuks presents Helen Hong

Where: Yuk Yuks
What: Helen Hong is a comedian, actor, host, and chronically single. Her wide repertoire has developed through her extensive experience in stand-up comedy, film, TV, and voice acting.
Runs Until: Saturday September 7, 2019

Luxury & Supercar Weekend

Luxury & Supercar Weekend

Where: VanDusen Botanical Garden
What: In its 10th year, the Luxury & Supercar Weekend showcases the world’s most lavish supercars and automotive designs, along wit purveyors of fine goods, gourmet food trucks, pop-up bars and a live supercar auction.
Runs Until: Sunday September 8, 2019

Marc Maron – Hey, There’s More Tour

Where: The Vogue Theatre
What: Ready for some serious laughs? American stand-up comedian, podcaster, writer, and actor Marc Maron is bringing his “Hey, There’s More Tour” to the Vogue Theatre in Vancouver.


Saturday September 7

RBC GranFondo Whistler

RBC GranFondo Whistler

Where: Stanley Park Vancouver to Whistler Village
What: It’s a ride like no other. From leafy Stanley Park, Vancouver, riders cross the iconic Lions Gate bridge to travel along the world-famous, beautiful Sea-to-Sky highway as it dips itself in the Pacific Ocean before rising slowly up to the lofty perch of Whistler. The scale is as epic as the challenge itself, taking in 1900m of total elevation by the time cyclists smile their way across the finish line. See if you can catch a glimpse of the ride from Stanley Park.

Bike the Night

Where: Downtown Vancouver
What: Join 5,000 other people on bikes as we form a luminous parade through Vancouver’s city streets. Pedal on car-free roads, explore some of the city’s most iconic roads, and take in the sights after dusk. We’ll be starting and ending at the one and only Sunset Beach.

Bon Iver

Where: Pacific Coliseum
What: The indie folk band is joined by singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten on their North America Tour.

Men’s International Rugby – Canada vs. United States

Where: BC Place
What: International rugby returns to Vancouver this summer, as Rugby Canada has announced a September 7 match against the United States at BC Place. The match will serve as a final Rugby World Cup tune up for both teams.

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The Magical Brunch: Vancouver

Where: Fairmont Hotel Vancouver
What: A huge Disney inspired adult boozy sing a long party is coming to Vancouver on the 7th of September and of course it’s fancy dress! Whether you’re a wannabe Little Mermaid or a regular Prince Charming, you’re invited to the Magical Brunch. Join us as we bring to life some of your favourite childhood stories! We encourage you to dress up and sing along as we transform a secret venue into a magical paradise.

Raveena

Raveena

Where: Biltmore Cabaret
What: American R&B, pop and experimental singer-songwriter tours her first album Lucid which lyrically, explores topics including sensuality, healing from trauma, and spirituality.

Image: Victoria Ska and Reggae Festival

Morgan Heritage

Where: Commodore Ballroom
What: Morgan Heritage, often referred to as The Royal Family of Reggae, is a 5-piece Grammy Award winning group formed by the children of famed-Jamaican reggae artist Denroy Morgan. Avrakedabra (2017), Morgan Heritage’s follow up to Strictly Roots (2015), continues their trend of blending R&B, hip-hop, and dub-step, with their classic recipe of pop roots reggae.

West End Summer Market

Where: Jim Deva Plaza
What: We are a group of West End artists, artisans and neighbours working towards a more vibrant community. We are creating opportunities for connection and creative expression. We hope to be more than just a market, we want to be a gathering space for West Enders to support local artists, enjoy local music, participate in community art projects and workshops and meet neighbours!
Runs Until: Saturday September 28, 2019

@giselle

Where: Vancouver Playhouse
What: A technology-infused reimagining of the iconic ballet masterwork that examines the ways social media has leveraged an unexpected change on the nature of modern love and relationships. Vancouver’s own award-winning Joshua Beamish brings his innovative choreographic vision to the Vancouver Playhouse, featuring an all-star lineup of some of North America’s finest ballet artists from American Ballet Theatre, The National Ballet of Canada, and Pennsylvania Ballet
Runs Until: Saturday September 7, 2019

 

Yuk Yuks presents Helen Hong

Where: Yuk Yuks
What: Helen Hong is a comedian, actor, host, and chronically single. Her wide repertoire has developed through her extensive experience in standup comedy, film, tv, and voice acting.
Runs Until: Saturday September 7, 2019

Credit: Tina Krueger Kulic

The Human Library

Where: Central Library
What: Borrow a human and discover a life! Borrow a ‘human book’ from a curated collection of topics. Have a candid 20-minute one-on-one conversation that will open your eyes to the diversity of lived experiences. Available on a first-come, first-served basis during event hours
Runs Until: Sunday September 8, 2019

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Sunday September 8

Façade Festival 2019

Where: šxʷƛ̓ənəq Xwtl’e7énk Square
What: Façade Festival is a monumental public art project and cultural event taking place from sunset to midnight each evening on the Georgia Street façade of the Vancouver Art Gallery. A selection of BC contemporary artists, both established and early-career, have been commissioned to create ten stunning, site-specific works of art. Using the technology known as ‘projection mapping’, the works have been tailored specifically for the Vancouver Art Gallery’s iconic architecture, and will be projected over its Georgia Street façade, covering the building with moving, dynamic artwork.
Runs Until: Saturday September 14, 2019

Image: Amy Romer

Visitas guiadas en español / Tours in Spanish

Where: The Polygon Gallery
What: Planifique su visita a la galería y acompáñenos en una visita guiada en español, dirigida por uno de nuestros profesionales del arte. Descubra la historia de The Polygon Gallery y aprenda más sobre las exposiciones | Join us at The Polygon Gallery for a guided tour in Spanish, led by an arts professional. Learn more about the history of the Gallery and the summer exhibitions.

From the opening of Maryam Jafri, ‘Automatic Negative Thought’, July 4, 2019. Photography by Four Eyes Portraits

CAG Exhibition Tour in Mandarin

Where: Contemporary Art Gallery
What: Join Katharine Meng-Yuan Yi for a tour of the current exhibitions in Mandarin | 欢迎您加入易梦原(Katharine Yi)对 展览的免费普通话导览。

Polish Cultural Festival Vancouver

Where: Shipbuilder’s Square and Pipe Shop, North Vancouver
What: The 7th annual Polish Cultural Festival at the Shipbuilders’ Square and the Pipe Shop in Lower Lonsdale will feature Polish music, singing and folk dancing and a special program for children and youth with, arts and games activities, sing along and more. Come have fun at the Polish Festival! Celebrate with your family and friends and meet others in the community.

Feast of Fields

Where: Rabbit River Farms, Richmond
What: BC’s largest local food and beverage festival comes to Rabbit River Farms. Celebrating 25 years, 58 feasts, 40 farms and 150 of your local producers each year.

2019 Venezuelan Festival

Where: Our Lady of Sorrows (Gymnasium)
What: Come and join us at our first ever Venezuelan Summer Festival. Try our traditional food, listen to some great music and enjoy yourself! General Admission tickets are available by donation at the entrance only.

Coho Festival

Where: Ambleside Park, West Vancouver
What: The Coho Festival is held the second Sunday in September and features our famous Coho Salmon Barbecue, the Coho Garden, Stewardship Zone, Kids Zone, Main Stage, the Squamish Nation Village. The day starts with a Coho Run, Coho Swim, pancake breakfast and much more.

Luxury & Supercar Weekend

Where: VanDusen Botanical Garden
What: In its 10th year, the Luxury & Supercar Weekend showcases the world’s most lavish supercars and automotive designs, along wit purveyors of fine goods, gourmet food trucks, pop-up bars and a live supercar auction.
Runs Until: Sunday September 8, 2019

Waste to Wonder

Where: Metrotown at Metropolis
What: This summer, Metropolis at Metrotown hosts Waste to Wonder, the largest flip flop animal art exhibit in the world handcrafted by Ocean Sole Africa. Using 6,579 recycled flip flops, the organization has created 5 life-size sculptures of at-risk Canadian animals that will be on display in the Grand Court.
Runs Until: Sunday September 8, 2019

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Ongoing

Making Waves: The Story and Legacy of Greenpeace

Where: Vancouver Maritime Museum
What: With humble beginnings in Vancouver, Greenpeace has grown into a large organization with offices in 40 countries. The NGO has protested numerous causes: whaling, deforestation, mining, genetic testing, and nuclear testing. Explore this exhibit that goes from their first voyage from Vancouver to Amchitka to protest Nuclear testing on an old fishing vessel to how cities, government, and industry today are developing new policies, technologies, and sustainable practices to ensure the preservation of our environment.
Runs until: Monday September 9, 2019

Façade Festival 2019

Where: šxʷƛ̓ənəq Xwtl’e7énk Square
What: Façade Festival is a monumental public art project and cultural event taking place from sunset to midnight each evening on the Georgia Street façade of the Vancouver Art Gallery. A selection of BC contemporary artists, both established and early-career, have been commissioned to create ten stunning, site-specific works of art. Using the technology known as ‘projection mapping’, the works have been tailored specifically for the Vancouver Art Gallery’s iconic architecture, and will be projected over its Georgia Street façade, covering the building with moving, dynamic artwork.
Runs Until: Saturday September 14, 2019

The Clock by Christian Marclay

The Clock by Christian Marclay

Where: The Polygon Gallery
What: Recognized as one of the most important contemporary artworks of our time, The Clock is an audiovisual tour-de-force. Presented in a custom-built cinema within the gallery, the work montages film and television footage from the last 70 years. The time represented in each clip is synchronized with actual time, allowing The Clock to function as a 24-hour timepiece. On select Fridays, the gallery will stay open overnight for 24-hour screenings. During these overnight screenings, visitors will be able to see the evening and early morning sections of the film.
Runs Until: Sunday September 15, 2019

Vancouver Fringe Festival 2019

Where: Various locations on Granville Island
What: This boundary-pushing performance arts festival returns featuring some of the best (and weirdest) in live performance from across Canada and around the world. The action centers on downtown’s Granville Island, where acts take the stage in multiple theatres, as well as far less traditional venues.
Runs Until: Sunday September 15, 2019

Bill Reid Gallery | Language Matters

Language Matters

Where: Bill Reid Gallery
What: Water is an essential ingredient for human life—it connects us geographically, culturally, and socially while fueling our bodies and spirits. Guest curators ReMatriate Collective reveal the unique connection between womxn and water in the matriarchal societies of the Northwest Coast, with special attention to the roles of child-bearers, healers, and doulas.
Runs Until: Monday September 16, 2019

Rolande Souliere: Frequent Stopping IV and V

Rolande Souliere: Frequent Stopping IV and V

Where: Contemporary Art Gallery
What: The multi-media practice of Australia-based Anishinaabe artist Rolande Souliere entangles the visual language of hard-edged geometric abstraction with that of contemporary traffic signage to consider how colonial infrastructures mark both spaces and the people inhabiting them. Her solo exhibition Frequent Stopping IV and V presents new large-scale, site-specific work at the Contemporary Art Gallery’s two public sites: its street level façade and the nearby Yaletown-Roundhouse Station. This exhibition draws from Souliere’s ongoing body of work that creates interventions using caution tape and street barrier patterns in immersive, muscular installations.
Runs until: Friday September 20, 2019

Butterflies at the Aquarium

Butterflies at the Vancouver Aquarium

Where: The Vancouver Aquarium
What: Step out of British Columbia’s temperate rainforest and into the Amazon’s tropical rainforest when you enter the Graham Amazon Gallery. Discover a wide variety of butterflies, including blue morphos, giant owls and heliconians, as you stroll along the boardwalk. Keen eyes will spy them feeding on nectar, fruit and flowers, camouflaging on tree trunks, courting a mate and hitchhiking on lucky visitors.
Runs until: September 2019

Bard on the Beach

Bard on the Beach

Where: Bard on the Beach Festival Site, Vanier Park
What: Bard on the Beach, Western Canada’s largest not-for-profit, professional Shakespeare Festival, welcomes you to join them for their 30th season. Presented in a magnificent setting on the waterfront of Vanier Park, this year’s lineup includes: The Taming of the Shrew, Shakespeare In Love, All’s Well That Ends Well, and Coriolanus.
Runs until: Saturday September 21, 2019

CAG presents Maryam Jafri | Automatic Negative Thought

CAG presents Maryam Jafri | Automatic Negative Thought

Where: Contemporary Art Gallery
What: Extending across both of CAG’s two gallery spaces, the exhibition will include the presentation of three recent series of sculptural works alongside a new video work co-commissioned by CAG and Taxispalais Kunsthalle Tirol in Innsbruck, Austria. The artist explores the ways the body is increasingly experienced as a site of anxiety-fueled narcissism and self-surveillance that is politically and economically produced.
Runs Until: Sunday September 22, 2019

The Polygon | Sara Cwynar: Gilded Age II

Sara Cwynar: Gilded Age II

Where: The Polygon Gallery
What: Organized by Vancouver curator Jenn Jackson, Gilded Age II is Cwynar’s first solo exhibition on the West Coast. The exhibition features recent photographs and two videos, reflecting Cwynar’s interest in the enduring legacies of design and popular imagery in contemporary consciousness. Across Cwynar’s works, found photographs, everyday artefacts, illustrations, notes, and models unfold and challenge enduring systems of value and meaning.
Runs Until: Sunday September 22, 2019

Shipyards Night Market

Shipyards Night Market

Where: The Shipyards, North Vancouver
What: Fresh food, locally made products, musicians, art and entertainment. The festivities in the Square kick off at 5pm on Friday nights where you will find 100+ vendors selling fresh food and locally made products. The Friday Night Market also includes a beer garden serving local craft beer and cider as well as Betty’s Vodka Iced Tea. You must me 19+ to enter the beer garden. On the Shipbuilders’ Stage there is live music until 10pm, showcasing talent from all over BC.
Runs until: Friday September 27, 2019

West End Summer Market

Where: Jim Deva Plaza
What: We are a group of West End artists, artisans and neighbours working towards a more vibrant community. We are creating opportunities for connection and creative expression. We hope to be more than just a market, we want to be a gathering space for West Enders to support local artists, enjoy local music, participate in community art projects and workshops and meet neighbours!
Runs Until: Saturday September 28, 2019

Summer Social in the Plaza

Where: Oakridge Centre
What: Summer isn’t over yet! From now until the end of September, drop by the Oakridge Canada Line Plaza for some jazzy blues to balloon animals or steel drums to salsa. Eat your lunch and mingle on our outdoor tables and chairs. Available on a first-come first-served basis.
Runs Until: Saturday September 28, 2019

Alberto Giacometti: A Line Through Time

Where: Vancouver Art Gallery
What: With more than 130 artworks on view, this exhibition will present the work of Alberto Giacometti, one of the twentieth century’s most renowned and influential artists. Including masterful works in sculpture, painting, drawing and design, it will examine the breadth of Giacometti’s practice while highlighting his place among his contemporaries in Paris and London
Runs until: Sunday September 29, 2019

Wild Things: The Power of Nature in Our Lives

Where: Museum of Vancouver
What: This exhibition delves into the life stories of local animals and plants—how they relate to each other and how they connect people to nature in the city. Scenic design, videos, taxidermy, crowd-sourcing technologies, and the display of natural specimens breathe life into these tales of co-habitation. The immersive nature of the exhibition, including hands-on activities, encourages visitors to examine their relationship with nature, think about momentarily disconnecting from their devices, and find equilibrium with the natural world around them.
Runs until: Monday September 30, 2019

Womxn and Waterways

Where: Bill Reid Gallery
What: Explore the unique connection between womxn and water in the matriarchal societies of the Northwest Coast, with special attention to the roles of child-bearers, healers, and doulas. Artists Richelle Bear Hat (Blackfoot/Cree), Krystle Coughlin (Selkirk), Lindsay Katsitsakataste Delaronde (Mohawk), Alison Marks (Tlingit), Dionne Paul (Nuxalk/Sechelt), Kali Spitzer (Kaska Dena), Marika Echachis Swan (Nuu-chah-nulth), Carrielynn Victor (Sto:lo), Veronica Rose Waechter (Gitxsan) and Water Keeper, Audrey Siegl (Musqueam) will explore water as a crucial element of creation, its historical uses for survival, and contemporary over-consumption as a threat to sensitive coastal ecosystems.
Runs until: Wednesday October 2, 2019

Shake Up: Preserving What We Value

Shake Up: Preserving What We Value

Where: Museum of Anthropology
What: The exhibition will bring to light the convergence of earthquake science and technology with the rich Indigenous knowledge and oral history of the living cultures represented in MOA’s Northwest Coast collection. Beyond scientific discoveries, knowledge of earthquakes and natural disasters has been passed down through generations throughout many cultures, including those of the Northwest Coast First Nations. Also as part of the exhibition, visitors will have the opportunity to see the majestic poles of the Great Hall undergo conservation, many for the first time in 40 years.
Runs until: Fall 2019

Richmond Night Market

Richmond Night Market

Where: Richmond, BC
What: Stop by for authentically Asian snacks, street food and retailers selling unique accessories and knick-knacks at street-side prices. Some merchants are willing to bargain, so channel your inner negotiator and you’ll leave with a haul. There’s a diverse array of nightly live entertainment ranging from music and dance performances to carnival games and rides.
Runs until: Friday October 4, 2019

Steveston Heritage Experience

Steveston Heritage Experience

Where: Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site
What: The Steveston Heritage Experience leads you back in time on an interactive walking tour, stopping at four celebrated historic attractions — Britannia Shipyards National Historic Site, the Steveston Tram, the Steveston Museum, and the Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site. Along the way, you’ll hear eye-opening tales of yesteryear village life, as told by a chatty local who seems to have just stepped from the streets of 1914. Carefully chosen food and beverage tastings will be served along the way.
Runs Until: Saturday October 5, 2019

TheatreSports: Back to School

Vancouver TheatreSports presents Back to School TheatreSports

Where: The Improv Centre
What: Get the fall off to a laughing start with some school-themed comedy as Vancouver TheatreSports (VTS) honours the beginning of fall with a special improv show dedicated to school days. Back to School TheatreSports takes classic TheatreSports short form improv ‘games’ and adapts them to parody classroom clichés and cliques (some things never change).
Runs Until: Saturday October 12, 2019

Shadows, Strings and Other Things: The Enchanting Theatre of Puppets

Where: Museum of Anthropology
What: This enchanting exhibition illustrates the role puppets have played around the world in the transmission of cultural knowledge, stories, and values from generation to generation. Shadows, Strings and Other Things features a broad array of puppets, old and new, from 15 countries in Asia, Europe, and the Americas. Visitors will have the opportunity to view more than 250 handcrafted puppets from MOA’s collection — the largest in Western Canada — plus, new acquisitions from China, Brazil, Italy, Java, the UK, and France revealed to the public for the first time. Enter into an immersive and theatrical world for visitors of all ages.
Runs until: Monday October 14, 2019

Vikky Alexander: Extreme Beauty

Vikky Alexander: Extreme Beauty

Where: Vancouver Art Gallery
What: The Vancouver Art Gallery presents Vikky Alexander: Extreme Beauty, the first retrospective of the renowned Canadian artist. Alexander became known for her investigations of the appropriated image, the artificiality of nature and the seduction of space in the 1980s. Extreme Beauty showcases more than eighty works from this artist’s career whose practice includes photography, sculpture, collage and installation.
Runs Until: Sunday October 20, 2019

Lonsdale Farmers’ Market

Where: Lonsdale Quay
What: Stroll the boardwalk and take in ocean and city skyline views from North Vancouver’s Lonsdale Quay while you check out fresh, locally grown produce, delicious baked goods and nifty crafts created by local growers, bakers, and crafters.
Runs Until: Saturday October 26, 2019 (Saturdays)

The Dark Secrets of Stanley Park

Where: Stanley Park
What: There’s more to Stanley Park than incredible scenery. It’s also recently been home to crime, riots, persecution, political intrigue, class warfare, logging, hunting, disease, military installations, remarkable public art, ecological catastrophes, secret construction mega-projects, poetry, scandal, and murder.
Runs until: Saturday November 30, 2019 (Saturdays)

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Jazz Vespers

Where: First Baptist Church
What: St. Andrew’s Wesley’s Jazz Vespers, is celebrating its 26th Anniversary. Every Sunday from 4-5 PM, you’ll be tapping your toes and clapping your hands to the amazing sounds of local and international jazz giants. It’s an hour of jazz interspersed with reflections on love, faith and hope given by Rev. Dan Chambers or Very Rev. Dr. Gary Paterson.
Runs Until: Sunday December 29, 2019

Samuel Roy-Bois

Samuel Roy-Bois: Reward Friends, Punish Enemies

Where: The Polygon Gallery
What: Reward Friends, Punish Enemies is a site-responsive installation – imagined as an intervention into the architectural space of The Polygon—that invokes histories of resource extraction and the forest industry on the North Shore. Roy-Bois’ rustic, handcrafted aesthetic rubs against the steel-and-glass design of the gallery and the surrounding waterfront developments, upending distinctions between interior and exterior, private and public.
Runs Until: December 30, 2019

How Far Do You Travel

How Far Do You Travel

Where: Select B-Line TransLink busses
What: Five Canadian artists — Diyan Achjadi, Patrick Cruz, Rolande Souliere, Erdem Tasdelen and Anna Torma — are being commissioned to graphically wrap the exterior of a series of articulated buses traveling on major routes in Metro Vancouver.
Runs until: Tuesday December 31, 2019

Emily Carr | Trevor Mills, Vancouver Art Gallery

Emily Carr in the Rotunda

Where: Vancouver Art Gallery
What: The Vancouver Art Gallery is home to the finest collection of art by Emily Carr (1871–1945) in the world. Our collection is particularly rich in her forest paintings from the 1930s. This installation in the Gallery’s rotunda reflects Carr’s direct engagement with and great affection for British Columbia’s landscape—for her, a site of artistic and spiritual inquiry. This installation brings together four of Carr’s iconic paintings: Big Raven (1931); Red Cedar (1931); Scorned as Timber, Beloved of the Sky (1935); and Above the Gravel Pit (1937).
Runs Until: Tuesday December 31, 2019

VIFF Screenings

Where: Vancouver International Film Centre
What: Year-round VIFF presents some of the world’s best cinema fused with related talks and events in a unique Films+ model.
Runs Until: Tuesday December 31, 2019

Teatro Intimo Del Flamenco

Teatro Intimo Del Flamenco

Where: The Improv Centre, Granville Island
What: Karen Flamenco brings the glamour and extravagance of a large flamenco dance production onto a small theatrical stage. The one-hour production welcomes audiences of all ages with live traditional flamenco music, dance, storylines, puppetry and magic. With theatre style seating and bistro-style table seats, every audience member will get a close-up and personal experience that is very typical of a traditional Spanish Tablao.
Runs until: Saturday May 1, 2020

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