Six Unmissable Member Events This Week: June 27-July 3

Grey wolf taxidermy at  Wild Things: The Power of Nature in Our Lives . | Image: Museum of Vancouver.

Grey wolf taxidermy at Wild Things: The Power of Nature in Our Lives. | Image: Museum of Vancouver.

Wild Things: The Power of Nature in Our Lives
When placed on display in a museum or gallery, does nature become art? It certainly influences culture, as this Museum of Vancouver exhibition, featuring taxidermy, displays of natural specimens and more, attests.
(Vancouver: June 28-Sep. 1, 2019)

Justin Miller is Pearle Harbour. | Image: Pi Theatre.

Justin Miller is Pearle Harbour. | Image: Pi Theatre.

Pearle Harbour’s Chautauqua
Vancouver's Pi Theatre presents Toronto performer Justin Miller's acclaimed drag cabaret, starring Pearle Harbour, who's as sassy as she is sweet. The action takes place inside a large tent, the cozy confines of which encourages plenty of audience interaction. At the Cultch.
(Vancouver: June 28-30)

Canada Day at the Burnaby Village Museum
A 1920s village provides the backdrop for free Canada Day festivities including a parade and loads of entertainment by Ginalina, Coastal Wolf Pack dancers, Rene Hugo Sanchez and Friends, Katari Taiko and Karima Essa. With games and free cupcakes.  
(Burnaby: Jul. 1)

Canada Day Parade at Granville Island
Join a free colourful procession organized by Latincouver, with Latin music, dances, and traditional costumes.
(Vancouver: Jul. 1)
  
Vancouver Symphony Performs in Whistler
The magnificent surroundings of Whistler’s Olympic Plaza provide a most suitable setting for the grand sounds of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, led by Bramwell Tovey. Free!
(Whistler: June 30 & Jul. 1)

Untitled work by Eric Klemm. | Image: Fort Gallery.

Untitled work by Eric Klemm. | Image: Fort Gallery.

Eric Klemm: Abstract Paintings
Best known for his award-winning fine art photography, Eric Klemm presents abstract paintings at this free exhibition at the Fort Gallery.
(Fort Langley: June 27-Jul. 22)

For more member events, check out our Member News page. To see your event on the BC Alliance website, email your press release to Nancy Lanthier at nancy@allianceforarts.com.

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