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The Cultch's fall season concludes with Panto Come Home!, a remix of the best from pantos of the last seven years into a brand new holiday extravaganza.

The Cultch remains flexible for its fall season

In a media release, The Cultch has announced a fall season with flexibility in mind due to the ever-changing pandemic restrictions. With current plans to...
Presented in partnership with Afro Van Connect, Freedom: Stories of Black Liberation is one of a number of events at this year's Vines Art Festival.

This year’s Vines Art Festival adjusts to the realities of the pandemic

In its sixth year, the Vines Art Festival is moving to a mostly online format due to the COVID-19 pandemic. "In a time where the...
Vancouver dance artist Noam Gagnon will perform in This Crazy Show as part of the 2020 Queer Arts Festival. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Noam Gagnon’s This Crazy Show takes to the virtual stage as part of this...

The 2020 Queer Arts Festival (QAF) gets underway today in a re-imagined virtual format. Celebrating queer art, culture and history, this year's QAF takes place...
Ranj Singh & Sami Ghawi team up for the first time on July 24 for an hour of original songs, classic rock and folk favourites as part of Surrey Civic Theatre's Digital Stage.

Surrey Civic Theatres brings artists to the Digital Stage

Surrey Civic Theatres goes virtual with its continuing Digital Stage series, an initiative to support local artists and performers with shows that audiences can...
"Now more than ever, it is extremely critical and important to have positive spaces for people of African Descent to reimagine who they are, who they want to be and what impact they want to have within their local communities and the world." Photo: members of Afro Van Connect.

Afro Van Connect looks to create Black spaces

Afro Van Connect, the Vancouver group dedicated to empowering youth of African descent, is getting set to host the virtual Black Spaces Symposium in...
Survey says: GVPTA releases summary COVID-19 impact report

Survey says: British Columbia’s arts & culture sector and its workers grapple with financial...

The Greater Vancouver Professional Theatre Alliance (GVPTA) has released a summary report on its initial COVID-19 impact surveys. The report, based on responses from three versions...
Indian Summer Festival

This year’s Indian Summer Festival goes online for its 10th anniversary season

Vancouver's Indian Summer Festival (ISF) will celebrate its tenth anniversary a little differently this year as it moves online. Beginning on May 16, the multi-arts...
Nancy Kenny's dark comedy Everybody Dies in December was one of the shows originally scheduled for this year's rEvolver Festival. Photo by Devon Slack.

rEvolver eVolves

Upintheair Theatre's rEvolver Festival, the annual interdisciplinary arts showcase of new works by emerging and early mid-career artists, is the latest casualty of the...

City of Vancouver announces over $6M in grants to support artists & cultural workers

In a Tweet, Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart has stated Vancouver City Council has unanimously voted to award over six million dollars in grants to...
"Just because we can't all meet face-to-face, doesn't mean we can't create and share art." - Joel McCarthy, festival director for the Vancouver Quarantine Performance Project.

Vancouver Quarantine Performance Project talent contest will conclude with a virtual variety show

Vancouver artists are getting creative as productions around the city, and indeed around the world, are being cancelled. In one recent example, local filmmaker and...

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