May, 2017

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.

Canadian RVing and Camping Week

8:00am Tuesday, May 23rd to 12:00am Sunday, May 28th https://gorving.ca/canada-rv-camping-week/

From Tuesday, May 23 to Sunday May 28, select campgrounds across Canada will help raise funds for Make-A-Wish Canada. Campers will be encouraged to purchase and fill out a Wish Star at participating campgrounds with 100% of the proceeds going to Make-A-Wish Canada. On Saturday, May 27 at dusk, campers will gather and roast marshmallows in a nationwide event. By booking your stay at a… more

Top Drop - Super Natural BC at Burdock & Co

Join us for a celebration of some of the most compelling non-interventionist, pure, expressive and unique BC wine being made. These are wild, raw, brave and original wines – which is precisely how we describe the inimitably ingredient focused, seasonal cuisine of our Chef Andrea Carlson. We’re very excited to be pairing them together in this four-course tasting menu. We will be pouring wine… more

West of Main Art Walk

11:00am Saturday, May 27th to 5:00pm Sunday, May 28th Various Vancouver Locations http://www.artistsinourmidst.com

Artists in our Midst (AIOM) celebrates 25 years of open-door artistic explorations with the West of Main Art Walk, May 27 & 28, 2017. In its largest-ever year, the festivities stretch from Point Grey to Main Street and from Granville Island to 41st Avenue, as a vibrant community of more than 50 artists share their works in garden studios, cafés, shops, and community centres.… more

60th Anniversary of Anglican Foundation of Canada presents: (in)finite spiritual conversations in cloth

This exhibition features thirty Canadian textile artists and their explorations into the realm of the sacred. The works span an array of traditional and innovative textile media.Including new perspectives on centuries-old religious vestments, liturgical items and ritual practices, and radical reinterpretations of sacred space and private meditation, the work of these artists offers significant… more

Wen Wei Dance: Dialogue

8:00pm Thursday, May 25th to 9:15pm Saturday, May 27th Scotiabank Dance Centre, 677 Davie St, Vancouver http://thedancecentre.ca/wen_wei_dance2

Communication and the human need to connect inspire Dialogue, an exciting new work by acclaimed Vancouver choreographer Wen Wei Wang. Created for six powerful and expressive male dancers (Ralph Escamillan, Andrew Haydock, Arash Khakpour, Tyler Layton-Olson, Nicholas Lydiate, and Alex Tam), the work draws from Wang’s personal experience as a non-English speaking immigrant to Canada, expressing… more

New Works by PAINTER8

9:00am Monday, May 1st to 7:00pm Saturday, June 3rd B1-343 Railway St., Vancouver, BC 6A 1A4 http://www.painter8.ca

New Works of Canadian Artist Collective PAINTER8: Chrissy Cheung (Vancouver), Craig Talbot (Cardston, AB), Tom Cummins (Vancouver-Auckland), Gavin Sewell (Montreal-NYC), Dawna Mark (Calgary), Robert Pierce (Calgary), Tim Rechner (Edmonton). PAINTER8 is a visual artist collective that was formed through an e-communication platform. Whether abstract, figurative or conceptual, members of PAINTER8… more

Generation One - Art by First-Generation Asian Canadian Artists

The Vancouver Asian Heritage Month Society (VAHMS) and the Vancouver Lipont Art Centre are pleased to present Generation One Art Exhibition during the 21st annual explorASIAN festival, which promotes national Asian Heritage Month in May. The Generation One Art Exhibition was created in 2009 as a signature program of the VAHMS festival to feature both established and emerging local artists, who… more

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