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Children of Takaya exhibition highlights emerging Tsleil-Waututh artists

Children of Takaya exhibition highlights emerging Tsleil-Waututh artists

Curated by rising carver Jonas Jones, the show is part of his efforts to boost visibility of his culture and inspire future generations
Stan Douglas's Venice Biennale exhibition coming to The Polygon

Stan Douglas's Venice Biennale exhibition coming to The Polygon

The acclaimed show features a re-staged photo of the infamous 2011 Stanley Cup riot
Top paintings picked in West Vancouver 'en plein air' contest

Top paintings picked in West Vancouver 'en plein air' contest

You can vote for your favourite now, with the people’s choice award announced next Monday
Vancouver cinematographer awarded for work on Netflix’s Blown Away

Vancouver cinematographer awarded for work on Netflix’s Blown Away

The prolific cameraman has also won Leo Awards for his work on shows like Eat Street and World's Weirdest Restaurants
Celebrate summer at this year's Harmony Arts Festival

Celebrate summer at this year's Harmony Arts Festival

The 10-day affair in West Vancouver features free concerts, fun activities for kids, daily markets and Indigenous artists. Movie nights have been cancelled
Celebrate the visual and performing arts in West Van this summer

Celebrate the visual and performing arts in West Van this summer

The 31st annual Harmony Arts Festival welcomes everyone, from July 29 to August 7
Steelpans, Red Stripe and parades at Caribbean carnival in Coquitlam

Steelpans, Red Stripe and parades at Caribbean carnival in Coquitlam

On July 23 and 24, Coquitlam's Town Centre Park will be filled with the sounds and sights of the tropics for the Trinidad and Tobago Cultural Society of B.C.'s 33rd annual Caribbean Days Festival.
Art piece sharing stories of COVID-19 unveiled in North Vancouver

Art piece sharing stories of COVID-19 unveiled in North Vancouver

The mosaic piece can be found at 15th Street and Grand Boulevard in North Van.
Presentation House kicks off summer stage with Robin Hood retelling

Presentation House kicks off summer stage with Robin Hood retelling

An updated version of the 14th-century classic features familiar themes and less-tight pants
New Coast Salish stories adorn MONOVA's windows

New Coast Salish stories adorn MONOVA's windows

On Sunday (June 26), the Museum of North Vancouver is inviting people to attend a Detachment Ceremony with the artists who created its latest public art piece.
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