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Hybridity (r)evolution – Wrap Party

An intergenerational Hapa-palooza wrap party featuring art and performance. Featuring artwork by Senna Compton Also featuring performances by Ronnie Dean Harris aka Ostwelve Spoken word by Mercedes Baines Music by DJ SILVERA Curated, hosted and programmed by Michelle La Flamme 6:00pm – 8:00pm: Gallery opening (All ages welcome) 8:00pm – 11:00pm: Music/Performance (19+)

Disposable Camera Project

We gave disposable cameras to some of our favourite artists in the city, then we developed the photos. Underwater spaces, political spaces, domestic spaces and outer spaces—SAD Mag’s Disposable Camera Project returns with an issue-themed disposable camera photography show on, you guessed it, SPACE. Join us on September 22 at the Remington Gallery at 7pm …

The T-Shirt Issue

Vintage T-shirt sale, exhibition and zine launch Collections/contributors: Bronwyn Laura (internetkhole), Mandy-Lyn Antoniou, Kirby Fisher (Dead Union), Meghan Nocito, Andrea Lewendon-Muñoz, Jingwean Pusboy, and Jeff Lee Music by Mandy-Lyn and Weird Seance

Scott Johnson Gailey: lunch in the meadow

To inaugurate Pollyanna Library at 221 E. Georgia, 221A presents Scott Johnson Gailey’s lunch in the meadow (2017), a multitimbral situation bringing together the sonic, the olfactory, the somatosensory, and those intangible elements otherwise felt. Gailey’s non-intervention rezones the library reading room as a scented sound-meadow, whose weird moors give shelter to elements culled from …

Love and Rockets

Join us for the opening of Curator-in-Residence Derrick Chang’s LOVE AND ROCKETS in conjunction with SWARM 2017. Elizabeth Milton (Vancouver), Jennifer Remenchik (Los Angeles) and Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay (Montreal/Edinburgh) With recordings of music and spoken word by Leanne Betasamosake Simpson (Michi Saagiig Nishnaabeg) LOVE AND ROCKETS* is an exploration of longing and everyday feelings that …

Swarm 18

Swarm is a 2-night event that marks the launch of Vancouver’s artist-run centre (ARC) programming season with exhibition openings, performances, screenings and special events. Artist-run Centres (ARCs) are collectives and non-profit organizations, run by artists, supporting new and innovative practices in the arts. With a rich history that spans over forty years, ARCs have had …