Kennedy Stewart’s first words as Vancouver mayor-elect focused on his support for arts and culture. See what he had to say, along with the arts and culture platforms of other successful mayoral candidates across BC.Read More
The latest news on BC's arts, culture and heritage sector.
After a month of collecting responses from the candidates for the provincial election, there are over 70 responses available to read on the Candidates' Survey page of the ArtsVote BC website.Read More
The Alliance, in partnership with SFU's School of Contemporary Arts, hosted the All Candidates Meeting for the Arts in Vancouver on May 1. Spencer Chandra Herbert (NDP MLA, Vancouver-West End), Sam Sullivan (BC Liberal MLA, Vancouver-False Creek) and Amanda Konkin (Green candidate, Vancouver-Point Grey) participated in the event, which was moderated by arts activist Melody Ma.Read More
"The arts will be a key part of our sustainable economy plan," said Chandra Herbert during a Vancouver Co-Op Radio interview, where he also promised a capital infrastructure fund for arts and culture.Read More
As part of the resources provided at ArtsVote BC, we've made the case for the importance of arts and culture, and the need for public and private investment in the cultural sector. Now we want to hear why arts and culture are important to you.Read More
In preparation for the provincial election on May 9, we've re-launched our ArtsVoteBC website to provide a range of resources for voters and candidates. The updated site will keep you informed, help keep arts and culture on the election agenda, and enable you to advocate for increased investment in our sector.Read More