Vancouver is in for a treat this fall when the inaugural Capture Photographic Festival kicks-off on October 1st! For 6 weeks Capture will celebrate and promote photography, showcasing the very best of local and international talent in both public space and commercial galleries.
For those of us who travel over from Vancouver Island we can easily hop on a plane thanks to Pacific Coastal Airlines and Harbour Air service to either YVR, and the free shuttle to The Canada Line, or direct to Vancouver harbour and the opposite end of The Canada Line at Waterfront Station.
The Canada Line is not just for commuters slogging to and from work, nor is it only for travelers making their way to and from the airport; it’s a great way to explore our wonderful city! The Canada Line is also a fun way for visitors to spend a day (or more) getting to know Vancouver.
Salmon are an iconic part of the British Columbian identity, and important to the economy and the culture of this region. With the announcement of more funds for the Pacific Salmon Foundation in last week’s federal budget and the opening of a new public art installation at the Canada Line’s City Center Station, Jim Breukelman’s Fish Ladder: Salmon in the Capilano rings in a big week for salmon in the city.
Richmond, BC – The City of Richmond’s 2013 winning street banners will be unveiled at the Monday, February 25 Regular Council meeting beginning at 7:00 p.m.
As It Comes at Yaletown-Roundhouse Station, Canada Line is presented in partnership with the Canada Line Public Art Program — IntransitBC.
From February 8th until the 28th, save 25% on in-stock and special orders of all bedding products; pillows, linens, blankets, and mattresses. Everything you need to rest wonderfully, good nights make for great days.
Watch the Oscars, attend a birthday party, and see the last units at James.
Please join us for a free guided visit led by CAG director Nigel Prince, discussing the exhibitions Recycled Playground by Romanian artist Ciprian Muresan and As It Comes by Canadian artist Raymond Boisjoly – presented across the window spaces of the gallery building and off-site at the Yaletown-Roundhouse Station, Canada Line.
Ingenuous, enchanting and compelling, Project Limelight Society once again explores a spellbinding world with an inner city twist in their latest performance, There’s No Place Like Oz. In the tradition of pantomime, Project Limelight Society performances combine audience interaction, music, comedy and dance. Featuring eighteen young performers, ages 8 – 12, this modern adaptation of the Wizard of Oz will be performed at Djavad Mowafaghian Cinema, SFU Woodward’s Goldcorp Centre of the Arts. Suitable for audiences of all ages, performances are held only on Sunday, February 24 at 2:00PM and 6:00PM.