SEEN IN VANCOUVER #516 | Local Architect Argues To Keep The VAG Exactly Where It is

SEEN IN VANCOUVER #516 | Local Architect Argues To Keep The VAG Exactly Where It is

Local firm Peter Cardew Architects just sent us an email and video link countering the already accepted and established plans for the new Vancouver Art Gallery. “How can we ensure the public supports a new VAG? Ask them.” Food for

HEADS UP | Vancouver Art Gallery Starts Process To Find Architect For New Building

HEADS UP | Vancouver Art Gallery Starts Process To Find Architect For New Building

This morning, the Vancouver Art Gallery put forward an open Request for Qualifications (“RFQ”) to launch the process of choosing the architect who will design its new building… “After years of research and planning for a new Gallery, we are

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #208: New Gallery Plans Had No Condos Attached

VANCOUVER WOULD BE COOLER IF #208: New Gallery Plans Had No Condos Attached

You’ve likely heard a lot of talk about the Vancouver Art Gallery moving. We think it’s a great idea if they’ve truly run out of space, and we’re stoked that the Museum of Vancouver might be taking over the old

COOL THING WE WANT #384: “Grand Hotel” Book Pairing For Awesome New VAG Show

COOL THING WE WANT #384: “Grand Hotel” Book Pairing For Awesome New VAG Show

The Grand Hotel: Redesigning Modern Life exhibitionopens tomorrow at the Vancouver Art Gallery. The show “charts the evolution of the hotel from an isolated and utilitarian structure to a cultural phenomenon that figures prominently around the world.” The scope of

ART THUG: “PennySmash” Currently Impressing At The Vancouver Art Gallery

ART THUG: “PennySmash” Currently Impressing At The Vancouver Art Gallery

If more people put their money where there mouths were, we wouldn’t have to listen to wankers whining about cuts to public arts funding. Scott Hawthorn and Todd Falkowsky have put together something that might help to drown the din:

GOODS: Gastown’s Catalog Gallery Presents New Works by Other / Troy Lovegates

GOODS: Gastown’s Catalog Gallery Presents New Works by Other / Troy Lovegates

The GOODS from Catalog Gallery Vancouver, BC | Catalog Gallery and Anteism Publishing are proud to present a collection of new work (paintings, prints, drawings and a new book launch) by Other / Troy Lovegates. The show runs April 1st

Heads Up: “I Want To Be Alone (With You)” At The Art Gallery…

Heads Up: “I Want To Be Alone (With You)” At The Art Gallery…

From VAG: “FUSE goes lo-fi with a series of performances and environments designed to let you chill out, get down and take it easy. Get to know your neighbour by sending postcards to a stranger, enjoy free gifts by Natalie

Vancouver Galleries Diversify Their Portfolios

Vancouver Galleries Diversify Their Portfolios

In the past month, I visited three art galleries, where I… spilled coffee, danced all over the gallery floor, and drew on a man. In crayon. I really should have been kicked out. But they all loved it and invited

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