Knock on wood.
“It’s a very metaphysical trade,” says Rob Gillette.
Historically, exhibitions on aboriginal peoples were designed without any band consultation, making them very much an outsider’s speculation on a culture and its people. “c’əsnaʔəm” is different.
“How happy are you?” A row of giant gumball machines accompanies the probing question at the entrance of Stefan Sagmeister’s “The Happy Show”, on at the Museum of Vancouver now through September 7.
One of Vancouver’s last remaining independent tube benders, Rob Gillette demonstrates how he manipulates glass to create bright neon lights.
Our series, “Focus”, highlights artists featured in the first annual Capture Photography Festival, which runs October 1 until November 15.
Many months ago, Kim Spencer-Nairn mused about an idea: Vancouver should have its very own photography festival.
The Museum of Vancouver has partnered with Harvey Burritt’s 2nd Century Rug Company to create a line of graphic area rugs inspired by artifacts from the museum’s collection.
There are major changes happening at the Telus World of Science, aimed at giving the old ball a bit more life.