The Vancouver Art Gallery presents a major exhibition of works by thirteen artists based in India whose photographic practices focus on constructing and reconstructing realities. Moving Still: Performative Photography in India is on view April 19 to September 2, 2019 and showcases more than one hundred works, dating from the 1800s to the present. This exhibition examines themes of gender, religion and sexual identity using photography, an important medium in India since the mid-nineteenth century.
Spotlight: The Art of Photography will take place at the stunning Waterview Special Event Space located at 1661 Granville Street in Vancouver on July 26th, 2018 from 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm. Spotlight: The Art of Photography will feature 5 professional photographers hosting 5 portrait stations in 5 different styles. Guests will enjoy a summer evening of good eats … Read more
Recently I was invited to join a group of bloggers from Western Canada for the chance to drive the vehicles in the fleet of Ford Canada SUVs.The idea was to showcase not only the Ford vehicles but to show the Sunshine Coast in the best light. As they say best laid plans… So what happens … Read more
The Syrian Conflict Through the Eyes of a Young Syrian Photographer Witness the devastating effects of the war in Syria through the eyes of a young Syrian refugee, Abdulazez Dukhan. This 18 year old photographer from Homs, Syria depicts the tragedy and violence he has experienced through breathtaking photographs. With his work, Abdulazez … Read more
WHEN: Thursday, September 8th, 2016 TIME: 8:00pm – 1:00am WHERE: HARBOUR EVENT CENTRE 750 Pacific Blvd. Vancouver, BC Featuring 30+ local artists! SPONSOR: Pocket Social HOST: Scott Patey DJ: MJ LIVE MUSIC: Ava Carich, This Side of Town, Univer SOUL, Jennifer Robert, JADE and KAIS HAIR SHOW: featuring, Angela Ohana and Gwen Nguyen with SUKIS … Read more
September 11 to 13, 2015 in Kelowna – Early Bird Rate to July 31 Let’s get this out of the way at the outset: I am an Okanagan Food and Wine Writers Workshop (OFWWW) junkie! When I first returned to Penticton in 2009, I heard about the inaugural OFWWW too late to enrol in the … Read more