The grass is not greener on the other side:
Surrey exhibition highlights
the importance of local agriculture
Sylvia Grace Borda, an award winning Vancouver photographer and media artist, employs multiple techniques and perspectives in her latest exhibition titled This One’s for the Farmer.
Since moving to Canada from Japan over 20 years ago, photographer Yuichi Takasaka has developed a keen eye for the aurora borealis, also known as the northern lights.
This September, the Sogetsu School of Ikebana celebrates 50 years of bringing the ancient Japanese art of flower arrangement to Vancouver. Sogetsu (the name translates as ‘grass moon’) was founded in Japan in 1927 by Sofu Teshigahara who believed ikebana can be done anywhere, by anyone, with any kind of materials. Such a decidedly modern…
Amusician, graphic designer, photographer and academic, Helma Sawatzky proves that artistry thrives on versatility.
On August 13, the band Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars played a free show as part of Victoria’s annual Ska Festival.
One fateful night changed Lena Anderssen’s life and set her on the path of a musical career, leading her to take the stage at the upcoming Vancouver Folk Music Festival this July.
When renowned Vancouver artist Lori Goldberg thought about her new exhibition, a part of her painting series around travel, she decided that her next journey would take place in very familiar territory: her own garden.
In Hive: The New Bees 3, 11 emerging theatre companies will each simultaneously perform a 10-minute piece in the various spaces of Chapel Arts, a former funeral home.
Watching artist Khan Lee’s video installation, Hearts and Arrows, the colourful sky of dawn at the Stanley Park seawall, greets your eyes.