Month: May 2009

Support Needed for BC Artist!

Vancouver based artist Jin-me Yoon has been nominated for the Art Gallery of Ontario’s Grange Prize. Each year, The Grange Prize recognizes the work of Canadian and international contemporary photographers, awarding $50,000 CDN to a winner chosen through an online... Read More

Learning through Art

School District 23 is pursuing a partnership with Learning Through the Arts (LTTA) in the hope of training and employing local artists to provide LTTA curriculum to as many schools as possible throughout the central Okanagan. Lori Sherritt-Fleming, BC Regional... Read More

Supporting Inner-city Arts

On Saturday, March 28th Opus hosted our 3rd Annual Staff Bake Sale, which was held in conjunction with our annual warehouse Garage Sale. All proceeds collected from the sale of goodies were donated to the Ray-Cam Cooperative Centre’s after school... Read More

Experience Vancouver Film School this summer

Coming in July, Vancouver Film School presents exclusive programs for aspiring animators, filmmakers, designers, makeup artists, game developers, talent managers, sound designers, actors, and writers who are thinking about joining VFS and learning more about the entertainment arts industry. For... Read More

Camp Goodtimes

The Canadian Cancer Society’s Camp Goodtimes was established in 1985. Since then it has continued to grow in its mission to serve children with a history of cancer, as well as their families. Located on beautiful Loon Lake in Maple... Read More

The Controversial TAR Agreement

Call me stupid, but I don’t get it. I don’t understand why some contemporary artists risk demanding a monetary advantage that makers of other items do not get. I am talking about the “Agreement of Original Transfer of a Work... Read More