The Vancouver Art Gallery invited me to live tweet FUSE again and I said YES! FUSE is an adult event featuring art, music and performances at the Vancouver Art Gallery on select Friday nights. Do you remember how much fun Marie and I had the last time we went? This time the theme was Dark […]
One of the best things about living at Woodward’s is having SFU Contemporary Arts in the complex. They regularly offer sensational cultural events that are free and open to the public. Yesterday afternoon, I went to see Voice of Drums: Language of Dance. Here is a blurb about it from a SFU press release: “SFU […]
On select Fridays nights, the Vancouver Art Gallery hosts FUSE, which is an adult event featuring art, music and performances. The theme of last Friday’s FUSE was “Stuff”: “FUSE gets objectified and explores collecting, material obsessions and everyday encounters. Join some of Vancouver’s most exciting artists for interpretations on the theme of Stuff.” via Vancouver […]
This is the marvelous Indio. He lives in my building and is one of my favourite people in the neighbourhood. Indio is a multi-faceted guy who is frequently seen with his tiny dog. He is a new dad. He wears fedoras and baseball caps with equal aplomb. Sometimes he looks the gentleman and other times, […]
The Mexico Fest 2010 is a ten day celebration of the Mexican Independence bicentennial and revolution centennial. It starts today, September 7th, and runs until the 17th. A list of all the events in Vancouver can be found at Mexico Fest events page. Rather than list everything here, I’ve decided to feature events in the […]
See the historical photographs behind the new murals in Chinatown.
I might be taking myself too seriously. It crossed my mind that it’s too late to post on Canada Day but then I decided, no it isn’t. On July 1st I, went to celebrations at CRAB Park and Canada Place. Both these areas are waterfront properties and it is a short 20 minute walk from […]
You won’t see Strathcona in the same way again.
I went to Oppenheimer Park for National Aboriginal Day. I briefly considered going to Commercial Drive for the parade or to Trout Lake for other celebrations but in the end, I decided to stick close to home and I’m glad I did. There was something genuine about today’s event. It was informal, people knew one […]
There are two huge events this weekend, Car-Free Vancouver Day, held in five neighbourhoods on June 20th, and the Dragon Boat Festival at False Creek from June 18-20th. I’ll stop by the Dragon Boat Festival and will probably tweet about it but this weekend, I’ve decided to cover more extensively the four day celebrations leading […]