The sixth annual Indian Summer Festival is fast approaching, and arts and culture lovers all over our city are gearing up for what promises to be the most intellectually stimulating ten days of the year. Taking place from July 7th to 16th, the festival combines a range of events featuring thinkers, artists, and leaders from Canada, South Asia, and beyond into a program that promises to be enlightening, entertaining, and inclusive.
Writer, Student, Gallery Worker
Genevieve Michaels studies art history and creative writing at the University of British Columbia. She works as both an art gallery assistant and freelance writer. <br> <br> You can find her on Twitter @GenevieveAnneM and Instagram @genevieveannemichaels.
You can't get any more historic than a house built at the inception of its neighbourhood.
06/15/2015 01:38 EDT
One thing you could never say about Andrea Hooge's art is that it takes itself too seriously. Kittens begging for treats, a doll barfing rainbows and detailed renditions of Bill Murray characters are just some of the things she's brought to life. Her body of work is diverse, prolific and reflective of her high level of skill.
06/09/2015 05:01 EDT
Andy Dixon is creatively multi-talented. Before achieving success as a visual artist, he pursued an impressive career in music. Dixon is currently based in Vancouver, where he focuses on his colorful multimedia paintings. I caught up with Dixon to talk about his new solo show Canadiana.
05/19/2015 02:12 EDT
For the first time in a generation, the collected works of photographer Fred Schiffer are on view to the general public.
04/21/2015 01:59 EDT
Everyone in Vancouver should go see this show while it's here. It's free, and you're basically hanging out with famous people and travelling through time all at once.
03/02/2015 02:56 EST
There is something for everyone at PuSh Fest, whether you're a broke student getting into the Vancouver arts scene (like me), or a performing arts industry veteran.
01/26/2015 02:32 EST
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