Vancouver Opera Presents Wagner for Valentine’s – A Free Digital Performance

Vancouver Opera presents a free special Wagner double bill performance on February 13 at 7:30 p.m. Two beautiful chamber music works by Richard Wagner, filmed in Vancouver’s stunning Christ Church Cathedral, will premiere on Valentine’s Day. Continue reading:
Vancouver Opera Presents Wagner for Valentine’s – A Free Digital Performance

Experience the Rockies in British Columbia Like Never Before

McDonald Creek

The Canadian Rockies are a major bucket list item and now you can check it off, or check it off for now, virtually. Take in the stunning scenery of the Canadian Rockies from home in this virtual tour with a live tour guide, which sets the bar HIGH for all other virtual tours. Continue reading:
Experience the Rockies in British Columbia Like Never Before

PuSh Announces Winter Set of Performing Arts Shows

Due to the continued unpredictability of the pandemic and provincial health and safety regulations, PuSh Festival will not proceed as planned. However, audiences will still have an opportunity to experience PuSh Festival Partner Presentations this winter.

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PuSh Announces Winter Set of Performing Arts Shows

VMF Winter Arts Brings the Streets of Vancouver to Life with Augmented Reality Art

Experience Vancouver like never before! This February, Vancouver Mural Festival Winter Arts blurs the line between the virtual and real-world with a creative new way to safely explore and discover the city. Continue reading:
VMF Winter Arts Brings the Streets of Vancouver to Life with Augmented Reality Art

Connect Through Art with North Van Arts January/February Programming

North Van Arts have released PHO safe programming for January/February. These events, mostly virtual, are a chance for people of all ages to engage in arts, learn some new skills, and even check in with their wellness.

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Connect Through Art with North Van Arts January/February Programming

The Cultch Broadcasts an Apocalyptic Cabaret about Animal Refugees and the Climate Crisis

Be transported to The Cave, part forest-dwelling, part nightclub. The stage is set, our MC, John Millard, is ready with his band, the cabaret unfolds. Join a group of animals fleeing from a vicious forest fire who seek refuge in Bear’s cave. Waiting out the inferno, they reflect on their lives, their lost garden, and their impending doom. These unlikely and singed bedfellows share their stories and take comfort in their newfound community while the fire encroaches. Continue reading:
The Cultch Broadcasts an Apocalyptic Cabaret about Animal Refugees and the Climate Crisis

How to Spend a “Very Different” NYE in Vancouver

Photo credit: ARC Restaurant

While there may not be fireworks or crowded dance floors in Vancouver this New Year’s Eve, there are still plenty of ways to make the send-off of 2020 memorable – for all the right reasons. Continue reading:
How to Spend a “Very Different” NYE in Vancouver