2021 BC Culture Days Invites You to RE:IMAGINE More Creativity and Community

Nahualli Mexican Dance Vancouver by Adrian Ortega

It’s been a difficult year and a half, with considerable sacrifice and social isolation for many. But BC Culture Days 2021 wants to remind you that hope and optimism still lie with community and artistic creation. The annual province-wide arts and culture festival returns with vibrant enthusiasm. Their 2021 theme, “RE:IMAGINE,” encourages everyone to “RE:CONNECT” with others during a festival that is safe, artistic, and above all, future-oriented.

The 2021 BC Culture Days runs from September 24 to October 24, 2021, giving you a whole month to participate in a wide range of virtual and in-person events that celebrate the rich and diverse arts and culture happening in the province.

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2021 BC Culture Days Invites You to RE:IMAGINE More Creativity and Community

BC Culture Days Announces Expanded, Cross-Country Virtual Celebration of Arts & Culture

Sacred Circle Steppers by Mary Matheson

BC Culture Days, an annual Arts Event covering multiple artist disciplines, has announced its 2020 festival programming, offering art lovers an all-access pass to events taking place across BC and Canada, whilst also enhancing accessibility & diversity through month-long offerings of free, inclusive activities hosted in-person and online. Continue reading:
BC Culture Days Announces Expanded, Cross-Country Virtual Celebration of Arts & Culture

Five Events to Check Out During the 10th Annual BC Culture Days

Bike Arch Installation at Revelstoke Edition of BC Culture Days, 2018. Photo by Rob Buchanan.

With BC Culture Days just around the corner, there are tons of exciting events and activities to take part in across the Lower Mainland.

This year, the province-wide arts and culture celebration is highlighting the wonderful links between artistic expression and multiple aspects of well-being, including community involvement, physical health, and social happiness. The 10 ambassadors selected this year include 5 emerging artists from the Lower Mainland: Tiffany Blaise (Vancouver), Alyssa Harms-Wiebe (Vancouver), Julian Legere (New Westminster), Olivier Salvas (Vancouver), and Emily Shin (Richmond).

Here are 5 events happening during BC Culture Days to get you feeling more creative and happier:

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Five Events to Check Out During the 10th Annual BC Culture Days

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