The only way to make meaningful public art is to hire artists who live or lived in the area where the art will go.
Vancouver’s housing-affordability crisis is not only forcing residents to leave, but is pushing arts and culture out of the city.
A new artist-run studio in Marpole is facing an uncertain future as the building’s impending sale is making it difficult to attract enough artists to make ends meet.
Black artists, writers and social activists shared their experiences about growing up and living in Vancouver with the public because they say black culture is underrepresented in the city.
Bag yourself a bargain at East Van’s hippest gallery. The Hot Art Wet City Garage Sale exhibit started today as a chance to view art before Saturday evening’s sale. The gallery opened in its permanent spot on Main St in April and since…
Hundreds of local artists got a chance to show off their craft at the annual Eastside Culture Crawl, which took place Nov. 16-18 in Downtown Vancouver in the artists’ studios and homes. Established in 1997 in collaboration with 40 artists,…