Tuesday March 6th, 2018 Vancouver’s Trans Am Totem needs new home before it ends up in artist’s driveway Large public art installation in False Creek is reaching end of its run with the Vancouver Biennale. Learn more Tuesday March 6th, 2018 Public art adds to a Neighbourhood’s palette As Vancouver has found, open-air sculptures can bring an identity and other benefits to a community, even if the contribution is hard to financially measure. Happiness doesn't have a price, when it comes to public art and commercial real estate. Learn more Thursday July 20th, 2017 Vancouver Courier: Meet the Artist Behind the A-Maze-Ing Laughter Figures Yue Minjun is interviewed during his first trip to Vancouver about the public reaction to A-Maze-Ing Laughter at Morton Park. Learn more Thursday July 20th, 2017 Georgia Straight: Official Day of Laughter Lights Up English Bay Coverage of the events on July 13th "Day of Laughter" featuring visiting artist Yue Minjun. Learn more Thursday July 20th, 2017 Vancouver Sun: Lack of Funding for Art No Laughing Matter Miriam Blume discusses the acquisition of A-Maze-Ing Laughter for the City of Vancouver through philanthropic endeavours and the need for active support of cultural funding to ensure more legacy works stay in the city. Learn more Saturday October 8th, 2016 Yoko Ono’s Art in Remote Japan: Traveling Far to See the Sky… In a woodsy patch of a park tucked next to a stream, one of Yoko Ono’s most unusual creations can be found in what is, for any artist’s work, a most unexpected setting. Learn more Saturday October 1st, 2016 More Ecological Art in Vancouver, Please!…Projects like these make us stop and think, and can even inspire us to change. Public art can soothe, annoy, confuse, or give us a shot of beauty on a dreary day. But does public art also have the power to inspire, and change our minds? Can it change society?   Learn more Monday September 26th, 2016 ai weiwei: “it’s not about the work, it’s about saying something” As the artist opens his most comprehensive retrospective to date in Florence, he speaks to i-D about the refugee crisis, fighting for freedom and turning art into political action... Learn more Monday August 8th, 2016 Human Structure In this add Jonathan Borofsky's Human Structure is highlighted... Learn more Wednesday May 11th, 2016 Colourful Giants Need Public Support: Biennale deadline approaching on the silo art at Ocean Concrete Daphne Bramham: Let's keep Osgemeos' Giants as a happy addition to Vancouver landscape. I no longer laugh out loud when I see the Giants. Now, they just make me smile. There's somthing both silly and charming about them staring down from their lofty, 21.3-metre height on the silos at Ocean Concrete on Grandville Island..."But  for the Giants to even have a chance at survival, the Biennale needs $35,000 before September."   Learn more