A Langara grad is debuting in her first Eastside Culture Crawl, and bringing a collection of work where she combines her art with stories from local authors.
Community members came out to support the 55-year-old venue as it continues to put most of their funding towards production costs first.
Local artists are calling out the city on its move to declare a day in Vancouver for a famous Japanese artist while failing to provide affordable spaces for artists to create and exhibit art.
Reported by Jennifer Wilson In the dark comedy The Ridiculous Darkness, Studio 58 alumna Emilie LeClerc asks the audience to confront the isolation and colonialism present in Vancouver. Originally a German radio play by Wolfram Lotz,…