Find art and cultural activities in Vancouver, including classes in dance, crafts, visual arts, creative writing, photography, woodworking, pottery, and more.
Find opportunities for local artists including calls for public art, available studio space, juried shows and exhibitions, and more.
Find out how the City and Park Board support excellence in public art of many kinds, by emerging and established artists, in new and traditional media, and through award-winning commissions and artist collaborations.
Find information on Vancouver's cultural and performance spaces — The Orpheum, Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver Playhouse, and more.
Participate in the arts and express your creativity at the Park Board's art and cultural centres: Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre, Britannia Community Centre, Roundhouse Community Centre, and Jericho Arts Centre.
Find out how the City of Vancouver and Vancouver Park Board support artists through grants, subsidies, and residencies for artist studios, as well as working to create more artist spaces in field houses and at community centres.
View information on grants and funding for arts and culture, strong communities, and sustainability. Find awards that recognize our city's excellence in arts, culture, and civic engagement.
Vancouver's Culture Plan vision is to develop, enliven, enhance, and promote arts, culture, and cultural diversity in our city in ways that benefit our citizens, creative community, businesses, and visitors.
Remarkable Women is a community-created poster series honouring local women who have made significant contributions to arts, culture, sports, and community in Vancouver.
The City of Vancouver is seeking proposals from groups interested in leasing City-owned industrial spaces that they would convert and operate as multiple, affordable, accessible artist studios and production spaces.
The City of Vancouver is seeking proposals from qualified Vancouver-based arts and cultural non-profits who may be interested in a long-term lease for nominal rent for a space of approximately 44,000 sq ft.
The City of Vancouver is seeking groups interested in leasing City-owned industrial spaces to convert and operate as multiple, affordable artist studios and production spaces.Submit a proposal
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Last modified: Thu, 17 May 2012 10:41:38