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So long, and thanks for all the press releases

I love the arts and I am fascinated by marketing. It should probably come as no surprise then that I have an interest in...
Congratulations to our winners!

Congratulations to our charitable arts winners

The votes have been tallied and we are pleased to announce we have our winners in our charitable arts giveaway. Yes, we said winners! Through...
The City of Vancouver is looking for help to identify our cultural spaces.

Help identify Vancouver’s cultural spaces

It isn’t all about bike lanes and chicken coops.  Through its 2008-2018 Culture Plan, the City of Vancouver recognizes that “Vancouver's arts and culture...
Vancouver’s annual celebration of drawing is back with a full-day of workshops on June 14.

Vancouver Draw Down wants to dispel our preconceptions about drawing

Vancouver’s annual celebration of drawing is back with a full-day of workshops to be held throughout the city on June 14. Designed to dispel preconceptions...
Claiming Spaces: Voices of Urban Aboriginal Youth continues at the Museum of Anthropology through January 4, 2015.

Claiming Spaces views art through the lens of urban aboriginal youth

Twenty-five young aboriginal artists from around the world are showcased in Claiming Spaces: Voices of Urban Aboriginal Youth, the new exhibition at the Museum...
Just under half of the hidden Star Jars have been discovered in Vancouver.

The Star Dust Project is a kinder, gentler city treasure hunt

While Vancouver residents are frantically searching for cash based on clues from an anonymous benefactor on Twitter, a kinder and gentler treasure hunt is happening...
Help decide who receives $500 donation.

Help decide our charitable arts winner

Our contest is now closed! The votes have been tallied and we are pleased to announce we have our winners in our charitable arts...
Could your non-profit arts organization use $500 cash? Nominate your organization now!

Could your charitable arts organization use five hundred dollars?

Could your charitable arts organization use five hundred dollars*? Nominate your organization now! To nominate your arts organization, complete the form below. We will review all of...
Author Ashley Little was a dual winner at the 2014 BC Book Prizes.

2014 BC Book Prizes winners announced

British Columbia’s writers and publishers were honoured at the 30th Annual BC Book Prizes gala over the weekend. The big winners at this year’s ceremony includes two...
Nicole Dupuis’ Rain Collector is a dance installation celebrating the ritual of the water cycle that plays as part of the Firehall Arts Centre BC Buds Spring Arts Festival. Photo by Annika Hagen.

BC Buds may not be what you think

The Firehall Arts Centre’s annual celebration of established and emerging British Columbia artists returns in May with four days of new and experimental performances...

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