Feast for the Eyes Exhibition Captures the History of Photography Through the Subject of Food

Vik Muniz, Double Mona Lisa, After Warhol, (Peanut Butter + Jelly), 1999, Digital C-print. © Vik Muniz/VAGA, NY, Courtesy Sikkema Jenkins & Co.

The Polygon Gallery’s presents the Canadian premiere of the delectably colourful touring exhibition Feast for the Eyes: The Story of Food in Photography. The sweeping exhibition  captures the history of photography through the subject of food Canadian premiere features the work of Nobuyoshi Araki, Nan Goldin, Cindy Sherman, Andy Warhol, and more than 60 renowned artists. Continue reading:
Feast for the Eyes Exhibition Captures the History of Photography Through the Subject of Food

Bill Reid Gallery Presents Indigenous History in Colour

Luke Parnell, Arts of the Raven, 2014, Acrylic on canvas. Photo by Toni Hafkenscheid. Courtesy MKG127.

Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art presents the Western Canadian premiere of Indigenous History in Colour from February 3, 2021–May 9, 2021. This solo exhibition by Luke Parnell is a powerful exploration of the relationship between Northwest Coast Indigenous oral histories, conceptual art, and traditional form line design. Indigenous History in Colour’s multidisciplinary analysis of the shifting perspectives of Northwest Coast art in modern history challenges contemporary discourse on notions of reconciliation and representation today. Continue reading:
Bill Reid Gallery Presents Indigenous History in Colour

17th Annual Downtown Eastside Heart of the City Festival

Every year, the Downtown Eastside community looks forward to the Heart of the City Festival. This year, more than ever, the Festival is highlighting the importance of local artistry, mandating to promote, present and facilitate the development of artists, art forms, cultural traditions, history, activism, people and great stories about Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. Due to circumstances of the pandemic, the festival has been reimaged to facilitate the mandate on a smaller scale, with most events scheduled for online and outdoors. Continue reading:
17th Annual Downtown Eastside Heart of the City Festival

Vancouver Opera: A Digital Season Re-imaged for the Screen

Vancouver Opera announces a reimagined 2020–2021 season embracing digital content with diverse and high-quality series of programming marking their first-ever digital season. Continue reading:
Vancouver Opera: A Digital Season Re-imaged for the Screen

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

New Satellite Exhibition in Chinatown Exploring Chinese Immigration in BC

The Museum of Vancouver (MOV) and the University of British Columbia (UBC) proudly present A Seat at the Table: Chinese Immigration and British Columbia in Chinatown, a temporary exhibition that is now open to the public.

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New Satellite Exhibition in Chinatown Exploring Chinese Immigration in BC

2020 Vancouver BIKEnnale/WALKennale Launches for August!

Pump up your tires and lace up your sneakers – the Vancouver Biennale is launching BIKEnnale/WALKennale!

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2020 Vancouver BIKEnnale/WALKennale Launches for August!