Wide Awake Hearts co-presented by Hardline Productions and Twenty Something Theatre Join us for the West Coast Premiere of WIDE AWAKE HEARTS by Brendan Gall, December 3rd — 20th at Little Mountain Gallery.
Little Mountain Gallery (195 east 26th avenue, Vancouver)
Start Date and Time: 12/03/2014 — 8:00 PM
End Date and Time: 12/20/2014 — 9:30 PM
Host City or Community: Vancouver
Region: Lower Mainland Southwest
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Nov 24, 2014
On The Map: Arts & Health in BC survey Dear Colleagues,
Please be reminded that there are just 4 weeks left to participate in the On The Map: Arts & Health in BC survey. http://www.artshealthbc.ca/on-the-map
On The Map: Arts & Health in BC is a project of Arts Health BC, a provincial not-for-profit with a mandate to promote engagement with the arts for . . .
Nov 10, 2014
TRU Actors Workshop Theatre Presents: The Best of Everything By Julie Kramer
Adapted from the bestselling novel by Rona Jaffe
A 2012 adaptation of Rona Jaffe’s 1958 bestseller about ambitious secretaries working in the typing pool of a New York pulp fiction publishing company. These girls want thrilling careers and exciting adventures — and husbands and children and lingerie and casserole recipes. . . .
Oct 29, 2014
Dwellings Talk Series: Wildlife in the City Where we live—and how we inhabit that space—shapes our experiences, our culture, and even who we are. Each month, the Dwellings Talk Series invites you to join a conversation about the idea of “dwellings” from three distinct perspectives: urban ecology, youth homelessness, and urban design. On November 8, meet Metro Vancouver . . .
Oct 24, 2014
Creative BC and the BC Arts Council The Arts Innovation Fund is a partnership between Creative BC and the BC Arts Council. The program is intended to encourage arts and culture organizations to collaborate with digital media creators on projects that engage audiences in new and innovative ways.
The applicant must be a BC based not for profit arts . . .
Oct 19, 2014
A Mask Anthology — Nelson, BC In 1993 Ron Robinson constructed his first mask from “low fire” clay using an African theme. While in Alberta, he was part of a 3 artist show “Mainly Masks”, sponsored by the Alberta Foundation for the Arts and Alberta Society of Artists. The show toured Alberta for 2 years.
Masks seem to . . .