Exhibitions

Cabin Fever History of the cabin as an architectural form and cultural construct explored through installations, models, video, photography and more (Vancouver Art Gallery, June 9-Sept. 30)

Dead Marble’ Ruth Buchanan (233 Carrall Street, Vancouver June 9 - July 28)

The Blue Cabin by Jeremy and Sus Borsos grunt gallery is hosting its long-awaited exhibition featuring the artists and workers behind The Blue Cabin project. (grunt gallery, Vancouver, June 15-July 28)

'Ready Player Two' - Sonny Assu and Brendan Tang, DJ Olive: 'Listening to Fir' (Touchstones Nelson Museum of Art and History, June 9-Aug 5)

Dark Woods (Revisited), Emergence, and Overcoming the Darkness Derek Besant, Emergence by UBCO BFA Graduates, and Overcoming the Darkness by The Bridge Youth and Family Service. (Vernon Public Art Gallery, May 24-July 18)

Feminist Land Art Retreat: Free Rein Audain Gallery (Vancouver, May 31-Aug 4)  

Sub_URBAN New works by Aimée Henny Brown (The ACT Arts Centre, Maple Ridge, June 23 - July 28)

Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition Focuses on the  RMS Titanic's human stories, told through more than 120 artifacts painstakingly recovered from the wreck site and extensive room re-creations. (Lipont Place Art Centre, Richmond, June 23-Jan. 11)

sub_URBAN New works by Aimée Henny Brown (The ACT Art Gallery, Maple Ridge, June 23 - July 28)  

Wild Things: The Power of Nature in Our Lives Museum of Vancouver Co-produced with Nature Vancouver in celebration of its centenary, Challenges visitors to explore and engage with the natural world (Vancouver, June 28 - Sept 1)

 Arts of Resistance: Politics and the Past in Latin America at the Museum of Anthropology

Arts of Resistance: Politics and the Past in Latin America at the Museum of Anthropology

Arts of Resistance: Politics and The Past In Latin America presented by the Museum of Anthropology (MOA) at UBC.  (Vancouver, May 17 to Oct. 8)

Culture at the Centre Museum of Anthropology (MOA) at UBC presents a collaboration between six First Nations cultural centres (Vancouver, to Oct. 8)  

Emily Carr in Dialogue with Mattie Gunterman (Vancouver Art Gallery, April 28-Sept.3) 

Offsite: Shigeru Ban Full-scale version of renowned Japanese architect Shigeru Ban’s Kobe Paper Log House, presented by Vancouver Art Gallery (May 11-Oct. 8)

Selwyn Pullan: What's Lost (West Vancouver Museum, May 16-July 14)

Arts of Resistance: Politics and the Past in Latin America presented by Museum of Anthropology (Vancouver May 17-Oct. 8)   

Body Language: Reawakening Cultural Tattooing of the Northwest Contemporary artists reclaim identity through resurgence of Northwest Indigenous tattooing, piercing and personal adornment (Bill Reid Gallery, Vancouver, June 8-Jan. 13) 

Jeff Ladouceur: Pearl Math (Burnaby Art Gallery, Jun 15-Aug. 19)

Beginning with the Seventies
Radial Change
Exhibition exploring archived art with works by Evann Siemens, Michael de Courcy, Rhoda Rosenfeld, Kate Craig, Jin-Me Yoon, Eleanor Antin, Carole Itter, Walter Marchetti, Rosa Maria Robles, Carolee Schneemann, Atsuko Tanaka, Joyce Wieland and Cornelia Wyngaarden.  (Morris and Helen Belkin Gallery, Vancouver, to Aug. 12) 

 Erick Klemm

Erick Klemm

Eric Klemm: Abstract Paintings (Fort Gallery, Fort Langley, BC, June 27-July 22)  

 Composition R, by Jeff Wilson is part of Abstract / Realism.

Composition R, by Jeff Wilson is part of Abstract / Realism.

ABSTRACT / REALISM  Caroline Dahlmanns, Danyne Johnston        Tana Lynn, Fran Alexander, Margot Brassil, Michael Gordon, Sharks Leigh, Debbie Lelievre, Warren Oneschuk    
Tanya Vipond, Jeff Wilson        Grazyna Wolski  (CityScape Community Art Space, North Vancouver, July 6-Aug. 18) 

Made Manifest | Mad Pride 2018 Poetics, design posters, banners and signs, in support of Mad Pride, an international movement created by psychiatric survivors, consumers, people labeled “mentally ill”—all that proudly reclaim the words mad & crazy, and those in solidarity with us. (gallery cachet, Vancouver, July 6-28) 

Tricksters Laugh Works by Alanna Edwards and Tamara Bell (Deer Lake Gallery, July 7-Aug. 11) 

From Where We Stand Pescaderia Être Fleur Bleue (Port Moody Arts Centre, July 12 - Aug 9)

Through the Memory Atlas: 40 Years of Collecting curated by Jen Budney, Roger Boulet, Susan Edelstein, Adrienne Fast, Andrew Hunter, Charo Neville, Jordan Strom and Tania Willard along with work by local artist Dion Fortie Every Night a World Created curated by Craig Willms. (Kelowna Art Gallery, July 14-Sept. 14)

Do It 41 instructional artworks. (Art Gallery Evergreen, Coquitlam, July 14-Sept. 2)  

Kevin Schmidt: We Are the Robots Interactive Installations. (Vancouver Art Gallery, July 14-Oct. 28)

Ayumi Goto and Peter Morin: how do you carry the land?  (Vancouver Art Gallery, July 14-Oct. 28)

altered spaces: interventions in the landscape Photography Juried Exhibit (The Fort Gallery, July 25-Aug. 19) 

  Lionel Thomas's  Summer Farms ( 1950) is part of the Generous sPirit EXHIBITION at West Vancouver Museum.  

 Lionel Thomas's Summer Farms (1950) is part of the Generous sPirit EXHIBITION at West Vancouver Museum.  

A Generous Spirit: Highlights from the Permanent Collection Includes Emily Carr, Gordon Smith, Ann Kipling, Jack Shadbolt, Sylvia Tait, B.C. Binning, Atilla Richard Lukacs, Kim Kennedy Austin, and Babak Golkar, among many others. (West Vancouver Museum, July 25-Sept. 1)

2018 Port Moody Instructors Faculty show. (Port Moody Arts Centre, Aug. 16 - Sept. 13)  

News & Announcements 

UBC Library’s Irving K. Barber Learning Centre invites exhibit proposals from community-based artists, cultural groups, or related individuals or organization for a show during full month of December. Deadline July 31.  

WOrkshops  & EVents

Artist Talk & Tour: From Where We Stand 13 Feet off the Ground Collective speaks about its mural work in Silicy and its current work. (Port Moody Arts Centre, July 19)

Paint the Town Artists from all over the Lower Mainland will be stationed at various locations throughout the City of White Rock for annual plein air competition. (July 21)  

Outdoor Art Bike Tour More Bikes and the Belkin Art Gallery team up to deliver the annual campus art tour. (Vancouver, July 22)

12 Secrets of Artistic Creativity with Barbara Canario ( Federation Gallery, Vancouver, July 25)

 Proceeds form UBC Farm.

Proceeds form UBC Farm.

Where the Musqueam and Maya Meet: Indigenous Knowledge of Land and Sea includes an in-depth tour of the Maya Garden at UBC Farm, a catered luncheon of Maya and Musqueam foods, presentations from knowledge holders of both cultures, and curator-led tours of MOA’s current temporary exhibitions. (Museum of Anthropology/UBC Farms, Vancouver, Aug. 12) 

The Elements of Design: The Tools to Make Art with Jan Crawford (Jericho Hill Centre, Vancouver, Sept. 8 & 9) 

Dare to Paint Abstracts with Barry Refuse (Jericho Hill Centre, Vancouver, Sept. 15 & 16) 

Introduction to Relief Printmaking with Carol McQuaid (Federation Gallery, Vancouver, Oct. 1) 

The Principles of Design: How to Use the Tools with Lalita Hamill (Windsong CoHousing, Langley, Oct. 12-14) ,  

Painting the Portrait with Doug Levitt (Semiahmoo Arts Society, Surrey, Oct. 26-28) 

Drawing for Painting: The Art of Seeing with Mark Anthony (Semiahmoo Arts Society, Surrey, Nov. 3 & 4) 

Painting as an Extension of Drawing Principles with Rick McDiarmid (Semiahmoo Arts Society, Surrey, Nov. 24 & 25) 


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