Various open cans of paint

Virtual arts and culture

Get to know our Park Board artists in residence, get involved in food culture group projects, keep creative through art projects, and connect with others through dance.

The Vancouver Park Board and its partners offer a variety of online arts and culture programs and activities you can enjoy while socially distancing.

Programs and activities

Creative collaborative dance for older adults

Eco Artists in Residence, Trillium Park

Echo Artists in Community, Kitsilano Community Centre

Local Food in Residence, Norquay Park Fieldhouse

Indigenous Artist in Residence, Stanley Park

Artists in Residence Moberly Park Fieldhouse

Still Moon Arts, artist in residence Slocan Park

Still Moon Arts, artist in residence Slocan Park

Cloudscape Comics, artists in residence, memorial

Thinking about capturing your COVID-19 experience in comicbook form?

Riley Park Community Garden

Offers weekly activities, hands-on tips, and resources to grow food on your patios, in back yards, and in community gardens.

Artists in Community, Hastings Community centre

Indigenous plant specialist Lori Snyder and artist/writer Laura Cisneros work with the community to build relationships to the land.

Artists in Residence, Pandora Park Fieldhouse

Adults, youth, and families can learn about local plants with Indigenous ethnobotanist Senaqwila Wyss.

Documentary videos

Artists in Residence, Falaise Moberly and Park Fieldhouse

Girls Rock Camp Vancouver builds self-esteem in girls and nonbinary children and youth through music creation and performance.

Arts Partner, Trout Lake and Creekside community centres

Have fun and build connection with this program led by Julie Lebel.

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