From the Polar Bear Swim on January 1 to the Festival of Lights in late December, festivals and other exciting events are happening all the time in Vancouver.
Remember that things do change, so be sure to confirm dates and times before making travel plans.
Tickets for many events can be purchased from Tickets Tonight.
Friday, May 03, 2013 - Sunday, May 12, 2013
- Location: Various Location
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DOXA is presented by The Documentary Media Society, a Vancouver based non-profit, charitable society (incorporated in 1998) devoted to presenting independent and innovative documentaries to Vancouver audiences. The society exists to educate the public about documentary film as an art form through DOXA Documentary Film Festival, a curated and juried festival comprised of public screening...
James Hart, Exhibition The Dance Screen (The Scream Too) November 2012 to March 9, 2014 In late 2009, artist James Hart began designing a large-scale sculpture titled The Dance Screen (The Scream Too) and began carving the work in 2010. This ambitious project brings together many of the principal animal figures from traditional Haida stories, especially creatures that depend on salmon for t...
Monday, May 06, 2013 - Monday, May 06, 2013
- Time: 7:00PM
- Location: The Backstage Lounge (Granville Island)
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Cultivate and the Centre for African Development & Security have teamed up to bring you the Jenga Party Fundraiser at the Backstage Lounge! Giant Jenga | Stand-Up Comedy | Improv Comedy | Gum Boot Dancing | Live Music | Silent Auction | Prizes Comedic performances by The Sunday Service, Andy Kallstrom, Katie Ellen Humphries, Ross Dauk, and Ben McGinnis! Music/dance performances by Sarahfin...
The medium of watercolour is one of the most challenging used by artists. After the pigment has been placed on paper, change is not possible and the artist must possess considerable skill to achieve his or her artistic goal. Two major artists working in British Columbia in the first half of the twentieth century used watercolour extensively: Emily Carr and Charles John Collings. At the Vancouve...