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In a Different Light: Reflecting on Northwest Coast Art presented by Museum of Anthropology (Vancouver, Jun. 22-Spring 2019) 

Intangible: Memory and Innovation in Coast Salish Art presented by Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art (Vancouver, Sep. 13-Dec. 10)

City on Edge: A Century of Vancouver Activism presented by Museum of Vancouver (Vancouver, Sep. 28-Feb. 18, 2018) 

Voicing  presented by New Media Gallery, explores the evolution, boundaries and emotional territories of the human voice from bird song through to digital code. (New Westminster Oct. 20 -Dec. 22)

Bill Mayrs, Approaching Suburbia, oil on canvas, 1961

Bill Mayrs, Approaching Suburbia, oil on canvas, 1961

We All Drew, Always: Bill, Frank, David and Charles Mayrs presented by West Vancouver Museum (West Van, Nov. 8-Dec. 16). 

Illustration by Osvaldo Ramirez Casteillo is on display at Arnica Artist Run Centre. 

Illustration by Osvaldo Ramirez Casteillo is on display at Arnica Artist Run Centre. 

Osvaldo Ramirez Castillo: Catastrophe, Memory, Reconciliation presented by Arnica Artist-Run Centre (Kamloops, BC, Nov. 10-Dec. 21). 

For Everyone A Fountain Robert Youds’ latest work offers an experiential, immersive adventure at the intersection of painting, sculpture, light and sound. (Victoria, Open Space, Nov. 10-Dec. 16) 

Anonymous Art Show presented by CityScape Community Art Space. This year, 334 artists have contributed 738, 8" x 8" artworks, all priced at $100. (To Dec. 16) 

The Fabric of Our Land: Salish Weaving presented by Museum of Anthropology at UBC (Vancouver, Nov. 19, to April 15)

Winter Solstice Group Show and First Thursday Opening reception of Winter Solstice, which will be held in conjunction with December's First Thurs (actually held on the 2nd Thurs this month) features percussionist Daniel Tones. (Fort Gallery, Fort Langley, BC., Dec 14, 7-9pm; show runs to Feb. 4 

Dina Goldstein Snapshots from the Garden of Eden (Sidney and Gertrude Zack Gallery, Vancouver, Dec. 14-Jan. 19) 

Three  Exhibitions Openings
Colour: A Personal Response, acrylics and fibre art by Lesley Turner and Sarah McLaren; Lyrical Expressions, acrylics by Jane Appleby; Balance, fibre arts by Mardell Rampton. (Place Des Arts, Coquitlam, Jan. 12; show run to Feb. 10) 

Line, Paint, Clay sculptures, paintings and drawings by Roger Luko (The ACT Arts Gallery, Maple Ridge, Jan. 13-March 3)  

Into The Arctic: Cory Trpaniers (Vancouver Maritime Museum, opens Jan. 26)   

News & Announcements

Photobase Artist Call  North Vancouver Community Arts Council seeks artists who use family photographs as a groundwork to their practice for an exhibition called Photobase (working title) at CityScape Community Art Space, March 16 - April 21, 2018

Art Call: Emily Carr University presents Accession: A Cumulative Collaboration Audience Participation Art Exhibition. Drop off is Dec. 6-7. Show Opening Dec. 7,  at 5pm. 

Talk: Unpacking Art: Steve Dodge on Evan Lee, (SFU Gallery, Burnaby, Dec. 6)

Artist Talk: Byron Peters: Before and After the Sixth Radar Conference (VIVO Media Arts Centre, Dec. 6)  

Night Shift: Supernatural Vibes presented by Museum of Anthropology. Artists include JB The First Lady, Sister Says, Christie Lee, Charles, DJ O Show, and Candace Curr. While youre at MOA, check out the new Gallery of Northwest Coast Masterworks and the inaugural exhibit, In a Different Light. (Vancouver Dec. 7) 

Intangible Closing Event with Marvin Oliver (Bill Reid Gallery, Vancouver, Dec. 10) 

CARFAC BC's Social Series Meet your peers over coffee and snacks, followed by Contemporary Art Gallery tour of Andrew Dadson: Site for Still Life and Lyse Lemieux: Full Frontal (100-938 Howe St., Dec. 17) 

Call for Entry: Losing Home, Finding Hope 2018 Juried Exhibition Deadline for Entry: February 7, 2018, Exhibit: March 7-April 1, 2018, at The Fort Gallery, Fort Langley  

Takashi Murakami, Tan Tan Bo Puking - a.k.a. Gero Tan, 2002.

Takashi Murakami, Tan Tan Bo Puking - a.k.a. Gero Tan, 2002.

Vancouver Art Gallery announces Takashi Murakami: The Octopus Eats Its Own Leg, the first  retrospective of the international art icon to be presented in Canada. (Vancouver Feb. 3-May 6)  

Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art will undergo a $1.5 million renovation to expand its exhibition offerings and increase programming; starting December to April 2018 the Gallery will be closed. 

Craft Council of British Columbia announces the 2017 Robert Jekyll Award for Leadership in Craft recipient, Charllotte Kwon. 

ShowOff - Live Painting Event & Fundraiser presented by Federation of Canadian Artists Gallery (Vancouver Dec. 9) 









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