Month: October 2009

Tough Times for the Arts in BC

The current arts funding crisis in BC has reignited embers of debate that have been recurring as long as our forest fires. I recently attended a closed-door rally for artists and arts administrators held at the Museum of Vancouver to... Read More

The Drift 2009

The Drift 2009 Main Street’s 5th Annual Art Festival October 2nd, 3rd, & 4th Art in shops October 1-15 Get to know the artists in the Main Street area. Own an original locally- produced artwork. The Drift is Main Street’s... Read More

Infographic Design

Being in visual communications design, I often get lost in the world of “ah – that’s so pretty”, which is fine, I guess (it’s a nice way to experience life), but I often forget that visuals, “graphics,” sometimes exist to... Read More

Halloween Ghost Train

Zombies. Voodoo gods. Wild Women of the Woods. Three-headed dogs. Mexican witches’ brew. All these and more are in store for those who dare to climb aboard this year’s Stanley Park Hallowe’en Ghost Train. Since 1999, the Ghost Train has... Read More

LIVE Performance: Wiped

Jennifer Campbell with collaborator Sven Johansson Date: Saturday October 17, 2009 Time: 3-6pm Location: Opus Art & Design Media Р100-207 West Hasting Street & Cambie St As part of this year’s LIVE Performance Bienalle, Opus will be hosting a... Read More

Leonardo: The Quintessential Renaissance Man

Plan to enjoy an engaging presentation on the life and works of one of the worlds’ greatest geniuses – Leonardo da Vinci. This visually rich lecture presented by Nancy Crawford will focus on 7 key principles that both define his... Read More

New choices for Pina Zangaro Presentation Books

The same great product and sleek presentation, but with an easier à-la-carte system of mixing and matching. Their new system is both flexible and convenient, allowing you to choose your preferred size and cover style. Complete the package by choosing... Read More

36th Annual Circle Craft Christmas Market

Vancouver’s Circle Craft Christmas Market has been a local tradition since 1972. For 36 years, Vancouverites, British Columbians and tourists from near and far have been enjoying the Market where they come face to face with fine BC and Canadian... Read More