Friday March 24th, 2017 Can Public Art Change a Community? An Exploration of Art as Social Innovation Guest blog post by Linda Naiman, Vancouver Biennale Board of Directors    We tend to think of visual art as a form of decoration, but it is so… Friday January 15th, 2010 Jaume Plensa's "We": Illuminated! Look at that!  Isn’t that seriously amazing?  I think that it is. The sculpture by Spain’s Jaume Plensa entitled ‘We’ has… Thursday January 7th, 2010 Joe Sola Is Making Art… In Yaletown for Vancouver Biennale Los Angeles-based New Media artist Joe Sola created this fluorescent light installation “Joe Sola is Making Art” which is both tongue-in-cheek, part… Thursday October 22nd, 2009 Vancouver Biennale Official Launch: November 10 @ Morton Triangle Tuesday October 6th, 2009 Vancouver by Bike: Starring Vancouver Biennale Sculptures Intrepid Tourism BC Field Reporter Ivan Hughes took his video camera along with him during the recent BIKEnnale event this past Sunday and has created … Saturday September 26th, 2009 History of Loss by Sudarshan Shetty: Vancouver Biennale Photo by Sean Cranbury. The Vancouver Biennale is expanding its focus from the picturesque waterways of Coal Harbour and English Bay to other… Saturday September 26th, 2009 Yue Minjun's A-Mazing Laughter Revealed! Vancouver Biennale Photo by Sean Cranbury. I took a sculpture walk along the seawall yesterday with my friend Stefanie, who’s from Saskatoon by way of Shanghai,… Thursday September 3rd, 2009 Vancouver Biennale Salutes Vancouver Is Awesome.com Ladies and gentlemen, as if you didn’t already know… That’s right, everyone’s favourite local website is now a… Wednesday August 19th, 2009 New Vancouver Biennale Installations Inspire Debate About Public Art It’s been an auspicious beginning for the Vancouver Biennale. As the August temperatures remain high and the summer sun drenches the city with… Tuesday July 28th, 2009 Preeminence: A Short Video About the Vancouver Biennale Really excellent video about public art, Vancouver as an important contributor to national and international cultural conversations and allowing the…