The Little Cabin That Could

The Cabin was scheduled to be demolished but the arts groups throughout the Lower Mainland, including directors Glenn Alteen and Esther Rausenberg, began working together to raise awareness of the historical and cultural significance of the Blue Cabin as a symbol the artistic history of the entire population of the area, and especially, that of the indigenous peoples.

The Chan Centre presents Australian Contemporary Circus Company To Showcase Gravity-Defying Stunts at Chan Centre

The Chan Centre presents Australia’s One-of-a-Kind Circa  in Astonishing Vancouver Premiere of Opus Renowned Circus Company pairs Impeccable Choreography with Evocative Shostakovich Quartets The Chan Centre for the Performing Arts at the University of British Columbia (UBC) presents Australia’s bold contemporary circus company, Circa, with their exhilarating performance Opus on April 28, 2018 at 8pm … Read moreThe Chan Centre presents Australian Contemporary Circus Company To Showcase Gravity-Defying Stunts at Chan Centre

HAIDA NOW new exhibition at the Museum of Vancouver

The new exhibition at the Museum of Vancouver, “Haida Now”, is an extensive collection of more than 450 exquisite works of art and artifacts which trace the history of British Columbia’s Haida nation. Curated by guest Haida curator Kwiaahwah Jones and Viviane Gosselin, Co-curator at the Museum, and in collaboration with Nika Collison, director of … Read moreHAIDA NOW new exhibition at the Museum of Vancouver