Beyond King Tut: A New Immersive Storytelling Experience from National Geographic Begins November 4 in Vancouver

Beyond King Tut: The Immersive Experience, a new exhibition developed in partnership with the National Geographic Society, will bring the magic and mystery of Ancient Egypt to Vancouver beginning Friday, November 4 for a limited run at the Vancouver Convention Centre East. Continue reading:
Beyond King Tut: A New Immersive Storytelling Experience from National Geographic Begins November 4 in Vancouver

10 Frightfully Fun Things to Do for Halloween in Vancouver

Lost Souls of Gastown Tour; Photo: Joel Schatt

With the changing autumnal leaves and the gradually darkening days, Vancouver is the ideal city to celebrate Halloween. Various events around town invite you to dress up in your most ghoulish costume, sip coffin-themed cocktails, take the kids out trick-or-treating, and generally get in the Halloween spirit.

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10 Frightfully Fun Things to Do for Halloween in Vancouver

Vancouver Shows to Put on Your Fall Arts Calendar

ITSAZOO Productions’ & Aphotic Theatre’s The Cafe; Photo: Chelsey Stuyt

Vancouver’s autumn is promising to be an extraordinary one for fans of live theatre, dance, and music. From an Andrew Lloyd Webber musical blockbuster to an immersive play in an intimate cafe, this season’s diverse arts line-up is sure to bring joy and inspiration to all who attend. Here’s a taste of what’s to come this fall:

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Vancouver Shows to Put on Your Fall Arts Calendar

10 Diverse Events at the 2022 Vancouver Writers Fest to Provoke Conversation and Inspiration

2021 Word for Adults; Photo Credit: Ariel Hudnall

For over 30 years, the Vancouver Writers Fest has been a vibrant part of the city’s cultural landscape, connecting readers year-round with authors, both local and international. Every October, they host a Festival that welcomes over 22,000 people to Vancouver for diverse and engaging programming. This year’s Festival takes place October 17 to 23.

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10 Diverse Events at the 2022 Vancouver Writers Fest to Provoke Conversation and Inspiration

Vancouver’s MOA Exhibition Xicanx Spotlights Mexican American Art and Activism

Muneefist Destiny, Alfred Quiroz. Collection of the artist. Photo courtesy of the artist.

The vibrancy and urgency of Mexican American visual art and the Chicano Civil Rights Movement take centre stage at the Museum of Anthropology (MOA)’s latest exhibition Xicanx: Dreamers + Changemakers / Soñadores + creadores del cambio, running until January 1, 2023.

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Vancouver’s MOA Exhibition Xicanx Spotlights Mexican American Art and Activism

VIFF Announces 41st Edition Festival Lineup, Including Gala Presentations and New International Film Competition

Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF) is back in-cinema for its 41st edition, which includes revamped film series and a new international film competition for emerging directors. This year’s program features roughly 130 feature films and 100 shorts screening across seven Vancouver venues, as well as 20 other events. All films will be presented in-cinema, with a small curated selection of titles available for streaming across British Columbia on VIFF Connect. Continue reading:
VIFF Announces 41st Edition Festival Lineup, Including Gala Presentations and New International Film Competition

10 Shows to Catch at the 2022 Vancouver Fringe Festival

Drag Me to the Opera

The Vancouver Fringe Festival is back, offering over 70 bold and entertaining works from September 8 to 18, 2022.

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10 Shows to Catch at the 2022 Vancouver Fringe Festival