Squamish transformed by Biennale artists

As part of the Vancouver Biennale International Artist Residency Program, four international rising young art stars from Syria, India, Australia and Canada transform the cultural


There’s still true talent in the music industry: The Roots live in Vancouver

I’m ashamed to admit that my knowledge of the Roots centers around The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and Say Yes to the Dress. Their



This Great Stage of Fools

Bard on the Beach’s King Lear officially opened on June 25 and Vancouver Vantage was there to take in opening night. This tragedy with comedic


Early Music Vancouver Presents ‘Dido and Aeneas’ as Part of 2015 Summer Festival

For the first time in its 45-year history, Early Music Vancouver (EMV) will present Henry Purcell’s iconic Baroque masterpiece, Dido and Aeneas, on Thursday, July 30


The Taming of the Shrew

’50s style adaption of ‘Taming of the Shrew’ a hit

Although many in Vancouver are familiar with the South Granville nieghbourhood, not all are aware of its community stage: Pacific Theatre. We were in for a real


Towards a Fictional History of Colour at Burrard Arts

“Someone poured all the paint into the kitchen sink. The grey muck was a holiness, a completion of a current, like an unexpected song.” Burrard


The Annunciation

Botticelli, Sandro (circa 1445 - 1510, Italian)
Italy, Florence
tempera on panel
unframed dimensions: 495 x 619 mm; framed: 810 x 950 x 180 mm; sight edge 491 x 602 mm

Painting entitled 'The Annunciation' by Botticelli. Within a vaulted building the Virgin stands, with head bowed down at the apparition of the Angel of the Annunciation, who comes flying towards her through a portico, beyond which is seen a landscape with hills. Rays of glory are also directed towards the Virgin


Heavenly Italian Art at VAG

With the Italian Celebration in the previous week bombarding the streets of commercial drive's “Little Italy,” and now this exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery, Italian culture

Shakespeare's Rebel

Bard on the Beach Presents the World Stage Premiere of ‘Shakespeare’s Rebel’

Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival continues its 26th season with the world stage premiere of Shakespeare’s Rebel by award winning author C.C. Humphreys, running


S02-01 Jelani Remy & Ensemble

The Lion King has audiences roaring

The Lion King's program boasts that it is the "World's Number #1 Musical," and it's not hard to see why. The artistry involved in every

Robert Lynds Gallery

Painting, Sculpture, and Neon Works Featured in ‘Out Of Town Guests’

Robert Lynds Gallery – an intimate space located in Kitsilano’s armoury district – is set to present the work of three artists, Rachel Vanderzwet, Mandy

Les Misérables’

Arts Club Theatre Company Presents Musical Phenomenon ‘Les Misérables’

One of the most successful musicals in history is returning to Vancouver. Hear the people sing in the epic saga of love and redemption, Les



Bard’s Comedy of Errors a fresh perspective on a classic tale

The 2015 season at Bard on the Beach kicks off with a heady, hilarious double dose of trouble and mischief​. In The Comedy of Errors, two


UNIT/PITT Presents ‘Orphans and Dogs’ by Vancouver artist Elizabeth Fischer

UNIT/PITT Projects is proud to present a survey of work by Vancouver artist, musician, and writer Elizabeth Fischer, which runs June 13-25, 2015 at 236

The Taming of the Shrew

Stone’s Throw Productions Presents 1950s Era ‘The Taming Of The Shrew’

From Stone’s Throw Productions comes William Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew, radically reimagined with the flare and attitude of the 1950s, running June 24-27,


‘Godspell’ graces the Arts Club Theatre

The Arts Club’s Granville Island Stage will host the exhilarating musical Gospell, June 18 – August 11, 2015. Stephen Schwartz’s exuberant pop musical about Jesus (as

Dancing on the Edge

2015 Dancing on the Edge Festival Inspires New Perspectives on Contemporary Dance

Pushing frontiers of contemporary dance, the 27th Annual Dancing on the Edge Festival will feature 32 innovative new works by over 70 dance artists. From