Tuesday January 31st, 2017 BIG IDEAS galore! Guest blog post by John Harrison Member of the Vancouver Biennale Board of Directors   Engagement by Dennis Oppenheim (Vancouver)   Love… Monday November 14th, 2016 Head Outdoors and Look at the Art! Guest blog post by Kenneth Cappie, member of the Vancouver Biennale Board of Directors. Increasingly, hot-button topics such as urbanization,… Tuesday July 19th, 2016 Into The Woods with Residency Artist Tim Davies Vancouver Biennale residency artist Tim Davies  visited Vancouver in 2015 to collect inspiration and source materials for his final project Figures In … Tuesday July 12th, 2016 Life After an Artist Residency in Squamish Written by Vancouver Biennale Residency Artist Jonathan Luckhurst who created Illusory Constructs It was over a year ago since Canadian artist… Tuesday June 28th, 2016 Finding Thor and a Unicorn in the Place where Eagles Dare to Land Written by Vancouver Biennale artist Konstantin Dimopoulos who created Blue Trees   The flight from Australia to Vancouver was the beginning of a … Tuesday June 21st, 2016 Making Memories Since 2005 The third Vancouver Biennale comes to a close this July. The first exhibition ran from 2005-2007 and introduced memorable artworks Echoes, 217.5 Arc X … Tuesday June 14th, 2016 Creative Mornings Vancouver With Barrie Mowatt   Guest Post Written By Keleigh C. Asbury, Director of Career Services at The Art Institute of Vancouver   If you haven’t had the luck of… Tuesday June 7th, 2016 What Have You Learned Lately? Every October a group of educators and artists gather at the Vancouver Biennale office to share curriculum plans and project proposals for grade K… 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… 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…