Vancouver, BC: Spring for Art! PARKER ART SALON is the unique salon-style exhibition of fine art and sculpture at the iconic Parker Street Studios. During the event, the hallways are transformed and the rugged warehouse becomes an elegant fine art exhibition, with music, food and wine.
Internationally renowned curator and critic David Campany discusses the nature and fate of news photography archives, the appropriation of press imagery by artists, and in particular the works of Thomas Ruff, Jonah Samson, and Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa, which appear in Yesterday’s News, an outdoor exhibition curated by Campany for Capture 2018.
Luminescence III celebrates its 3rd year as a diverse and unique cultural experience. We invite you to the Deer Lake Art Gallery to experience artworks by 20+ notable artists from varying disciplines. These artists present the many ways this brilliant natural phenomenon-- the essence of light or Luminescence-- has inspired them. Luminescence III is hosted and organized by the Burnaby Arts Council.
Artist Erin Siddall and art historian and curator John O’Brian both have a fascination with the atomic: Siddall’s Proving Ground, Nevada, Vancouver, installed at the Broadway–City Hall Canada Line Station, explores global histories of nuclear power through the once-coveted (and radioactive) household item uranium glass. O’Brian’s BOMBHEAD exhibition, on view at Vancouver Art Gallery, looks at the impact of the nuclear age as represented by artists and their art, and includes Siddall’s film work Fukushima Half Life.
Come join students from the Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology on Friday March 9th as they showcase papers, displays, installations, and projects related to the theme of sustainability. It is a great way to connect with students, faculty, staff and alumni.
Bodies of Salt is an exhibition that will be held at the Deer Lake Art Gallery featuring the works of Amanda Smart. Bodies of Salt is hosted and organized by the Burnaby Arts Council. The exhibition will open on Saturday, January 13th, 2018 and will run until February 3th, 2018.
This ground-breaking exhibition examines the significant influence of Scandinavian craft and industrial design on the development of Canadian culture.
Emily Neufeld pays tribute to the single detached dwelling and its shifting status in her exhibition Before Demolition. Her focus on the home draws from her experience growing up with a father who worked as a building contractor and is grounded in her awareness of Vancouver’s housing crisis marking a divide between the haves and the have-nots.