Cover-Photo-home-page-The-roots-remain-FONKi-Seth- Tuesday May 24th, 2016 The Roots Remain: Urban Art from Montreal to Cambodia Last week Vancouver Asian Film Festival launched their 20th year with a screening of The Roots Remain. The film originally screened last November as… Rules For Vancouver (Tyne Street & East 49th Avenue) Tuesday May 10th, 2016 Rules For Vancouver – The Results Are In! After 4 weeks, 2250 votes and 548 rules submitted by you, the Poll for Rules for Vancouver, has come to its finale. During its 4 week run the Rules… Templeton Tuesday April 26th, 2016 Capturing Documentary and Storytelling in Photography Capture Photography Festival has taken over Vancouver for the month of April. The festival, now in its third year, “is devoted to exhibiting… 25268905595_059b0c18aa_o Wednesday April 6th, 2016 Getting Cultured with our Community Partners this Spring The Vancouver Biennale is known for large scale public sculptures but we include many other artistic practices and mediums in our programing. We also… Rules for Vancouver_final Tuesday March 29th, 2016 Breaking The Rules With Peter Liversidge Written by Vancouver Biennale Team Member Ghazaleh   Last week we unveiled our latest project to come out of the International Artist Residency… image 1 Sunday March 6th, 2016 Life Changing Perspectives On Art From Toni Latour Written by 2 time Vancouver Biennale Artist Toni Latour   The Biennale has changed this city and has changed my life as an artist in Vancouver.… DSC_7096_VCBiennale_ Tuesday March 1st, 2016 Across Vancouver with Seung Woo Back Seung Woo Back is a Korean photographic artist. and Vancouver Biennale International Residency artist. He first visited the city in 2014 as part of… Black Texture Tuesday February 16th, 2016 Self Portrait – The Art of a Poem Valerie Mason-John was an Artist Collaborator for the Vancouver Biennale Big Ideas program in 2013 bringing poetry and performance to classrooms.… Seattle Art Museum - Olympic Sculpture Park - Alexande Calder - Eagle.JPG Tuesday February 2nd, 2016 Scales of Public Art: A tale of two cities Written by Vancouver Biennale Team Member Ammar From an isolated perspective on the North West Coast, Seattle is the closest big city connected… Re-Establishing-Shot-005-120-x-218cm-Digital-print-2012-749x379 Friday January 22nd, 2016 Reflections on Diversity and the Built Environment at Centre A Written by Vancouver Biennale Team Member Ghazaleh I arrived at the panel discussion¬†Diversity and the Built Environment¬†at Centre A this…