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January, 2018

Celebrate what Vancouver and the rest of BC has to offer! Tap into the pulse of the city with arts and culture festivals, food events, and more.

We are hosting a series of Artist’s Demos in conjunction with our gallery exhibition, All Together: MODU Korean Artist Collective. Don't miss this free family event! Saturday, January 20 | 1-3pm Lena Han - Sketching in graphite Ysabella Choung - Drawing geometric shapes and patterns on pottery Saturday, January 27 | 1-3pm Monica Baek - Foliage painting techniques in oil Ly Won - How to… more

We are hosting a series of Artist’s Demos in conjunction with our gallery exhibition, All Together: MODU Korean Artist Collective. Don't miss this free family event! Saturday, January 20 | 1-3pm Lena Han - Sketching in graphite Ysabella Choung - Drawing geometric shapes and patterns on pottery Saturday, January 27 | 1-3pm Monica Baek - Foliage painting techniques in oil Ly Won - How to… more

The Ocean Matters lecture series - occurring on the fourth Tuesday of each month - explores how all aspects of modern society affects, and is affected by, climate change and our oceans. We concentrate on significant, but under-reported aspects of sustainability and climate change, exploring the social, cultural, political and biological factors that influence… more

7:00am Thursday, January 18th to 12:00am Sunday, March 4th Multiple venues around Richmond and Vancouver

Ring in the Lunar New Year at events across Vancouver and Richmond this February! Enjoy a Spring Festival parade through Chinatown full of colour and dance, walk along the lantern-lit paths of Dr. Sun Yet-Sen Garden and have your fortune told by a feng shui master at the River Rock Casino Resort. Just a few of the exciting festivities taking place during Lunar New Year Festival! Gather family… more

Vans is proud to announce the brand’s first-ever full-length snowboard film, "LANDLINE." Shot primarily on Kodak 16mm film, "LANDLINE." conveys a raw, behind-the-lens perspective of the Vans snowboard team as they travel the globe showcasing their creative talents and eclectic personalities. Featuring full parts from some of the most popular names in modern day snowboarding, from seasoned… more

This exciting and interactive workshop will take you on a journey to understand the truth about chocolate. This is a foundations course (Chocolate 101) that will give you a dynamic view of what chocolate is, as well as practical tools you can use to be a more discerning taster and smarter consumer. With over a decade of experience with chocolate, both as a chocolate sommelier and chocolatier,… more

Quintessential Jazz performs at Jazz Vespers at St. Andrew's United Church on Sunday, January 28 at 4 p.m. Quintessential brews up a rich blend of best loved jazz standards and stellar original tunes with a fresh twist on the classic jazz sound. Band members include Phyllis Heppner (Keyboards); Doug Dunbar (Guitar and Sax); Gerry Teichrob (Bass); and Tyler Friesen (Drums). Please join… more

4:00pm Sunday, January 21st to 5:00pm Sunday, January 21st 1044 St. George's Avenue, North Vancouver, BC 1044 St. George’s Avenue

Please join us on Sunday, January 21 at 4 p.m. for a contemplative candlelight service with beautiful music, Taizé songs, silences and prayer. Everyone welcome.

11:00am Thursday, January 25th to 1:00pm Thursday, January 25th 1050 Joan Crescent, Victoria, BC

Get your tartan on and celebrate the Scottish poet "Robert Burns" at Craigdarroch Castle with an afternoon of Scottish festivities, "Address to the Haggis", bagpipes, haggis tasting and Celtic music by Cookeilidh as the Castle celebrates Robbie Burns Day!

"Remote Control" A Two-act Comedy: A spoof on TV broadcasting. The story of the corporate takeover is a common theme in today’s headlines. Sometimes it is a little firm taking over a larger competitor or two giants merging into a new super corporation but more commonly it is an existing corporate empire that is expanding into a new territory swallowing up local businesses. What if the… more

"I've always been captivated by the every-changing quality of my environment. I interpret the essence of light merging into shadow. The use of 24K gold with multi-layered glazes of water and oil media communicates the rich fluidity of the scene." Lynne Green's distinct mixed media painting evolve naturally from her many years of work as a professional goldsmith and jewellery designer. Her… more

Join us for the first in our 2018 professional development series for artists. Whether you are an artist interested in collaborating with educators to share your skills and knowledge with students and bring learning alive, or an educator interested in integrating the arts into the curriculum to enrich students' experiences, the Collaborating with Educators workshop is for you. Through… more

At the crossroads of spice and incense routes, Yemen is one of the oldest continuously inhabited regions in the world that has now been tragically touched by the winds of modernity. Peter Langer has travelled through Yemen in the past and has photographically documented this fascinating country and its extraordinary landscapes, astonishing architecture, historical sites and people. To this… more

Join internationally renowned travel photographer Peter Langer on an audio-visual journey through ancient and modern Iraq. Since the beginning of the conflict in Iraq in 2003, its cultural heritage has been the target of intentional destruction, such as the looting of the National Museum of Iraq, the building of an American base in the archaeological site of Babylon and the bombing of the… more

Join internationally renowned photographer Peter Langer for an audio-visual presentation exploring Syria's vanishing heritage. The situation in Syria is deteriorating at a rapid pace with incalculable human suffering and loss since 2010. An analysis of satellite imagery indicates that 290 cultural heritage sites in the country, whose history stretches back to the dawn of civilization, have been… more

large quantity of clothes for women and men,large assortment of pillow covers,pillows ,materials,toys.books,furniture,dvd's,blue rays,collectable dishes,collectable cards,pottery, over 5000 items products all in perfect condition most of the stuff was never used and much much more so many items that we can not even list them all - something for everyone! rain or… more

The Museum of Anthropology (MOA) at UBC presents a tour of the languages of Amazonia on Thursday, January 25, 2018 at 7pm. Explore the linguistic diversity of the region and learn more about the past and current challenges to its preservation. MOA will examine current documentation and revitalization efforts of Amazonian languages, which colonization, slavery, resource exploitation and… more

Little Mountain Improv hosts a weekly show in Vancouver, and it is hilarious, loose and ridiculous. Classic improv games meet an experimental long form, with the ensemble cast devising a new form every month. Full improvised sitcom with live studio reaction clips? Done it. Watching the first five minutes of an over-the-top obscure movie and improvising the rest? That happened. A month-long… more

The Museum of Anthropology (MOA) at UBC invites you to the closing celebration of Amazonia: The Rights of Nature on Saturday, January 27, 2018 from 1-4pm. While running, this exhibit explored the creative ideas that inspire Indigenous resistance to threats facing the world’s largest rainforest. To commemorate the exhibition’s end, MOA will be hosting Amazonian themed art activities… more

Flight of the Dragon is back at FlyOver Canada for a limited time! During this special feature, you’ll first follow a mythical dragon as they soar over some of China’s most spectacular landscapes and scenery - including the Great Wall of China, Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, the city of Shanghai and more. Then, you will take off again to experience FlyOver Canada, an exhilarating… more

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