The Government of Canada provides financial assistance to promote Canadian artists to the world
And four other events that make Vancouver awesome this week
Toronto artist Viktor Mitic says he was contacted by the thief who stole his bullet-riddled portrait of Justin Bieber from a Toronto gallery, supposedly on a drunken dare.
Lawyer and activist Amal Clooney takes part in an onstage interview with journalist Nick Clooney (yes, he’s her father-in-law) to discuss the world’s most pressing human rights issues.
The LCI Education network (LCI), which owns LaSalle College Vancouver (LCV), has reached an agreement to add The Art Institute of Vancouver (AIV) to...
In a city already saddled with ill-conceived artwork, officials plan to remove a $20,000 installation from an underpass
Less than 12 per cent of the gallery’s collection is made by women, a common circumstance the museum world over. A new exhibition, “Speaking for Herself,” asks why.
Jim Carrey was asked about attacking Donald Trump in his artwork when he appeared at the 2018 Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour on Monday.
Variety and ambition — this year including a chamber opera — makes TCAF so different from other fan gatherings.
Legends of Horror is an annual event that takes courageous participants on a 1.75-km self-guided walking tour around a horror-themed Casa Loma.