Aly Laub

Pop Punk Paradise at Seven Dining Lounge

Pop Punk Paradise at Seven Dining Lounge

Failing Street debuts their EP at an all-ages show

On November 5th, a young crowd floods Seven Dining Lounge. They’re here to see five musical acts perform: solo artists Joel Stibbs and Bryan Michael, followed by Harper Youth, One And The Same, and the headliners, Failing Street. The show is Failing Street’s debut of their EP, Silver Tongues and Silver Globes, so a large […]

 Special Contributor

ISEA 2015: Re-examining Boundaries

ISEA 2015: Re-examining Boundaries

Four minutes with ISEA 2015 Symposium Director, Philippe Pasquier

Video by Jakub Markiewicz. In addition to being an associate professor in the School of Interactive Arts and Technology of Simon Fraser University’s Faculty of Communication, Arts and Technology, Philippe Pasquier was one of the Symposium Directors of ISEA 2015: Disruption, along with Thecla Schiphorst. ISEA was hosted at SFU Woodwards and select venues across […]

 Corie Waugh

Field Studies: Exercises in a Living Landscape

Field Studies: Exercises in a Living Landscape

Opening night and In Conversation

Photodocumentation by Corie Waugh Exhibition statement: “Presented in conjunction with Capture Photography Festival, Field Studies investigates radical and inventive ways in which our everyday landscape might be experienced and mapped. Rebecca Bayer and Laura Kozak’s community-based project The Hadden Park Map Exchange (developed through the Vancouver Parks Board Field House Residencies) documents the coming together […]

 Andi Icaza-Largaespada

ISSUE Mag Launch and Vancouver Art/Book Fair Bring the Crowds to UNIT/PITT

ISSUE Mag Launch and Vancouver Art/Book Fair Bring the Crowds to UNIT/PITT

Third issue coincides with The Monochrome Shop's last week of exhibition

Photography by Andi Icaza-Largaespada For their third issue launch, ISSUE mag combines forces with the Vancouver Art/Book Fair preview after party at UNIT/PITT. VANDOCUMENT’s photographer Andi Icaza-Largaespada hung out at the launch for two hours. UNIT/PITT was kept busy all night as crowds of people, from gallery goers to VA/BF previewers came and went. From […]

 Mark Jacobs

Exuberant Hues: Ben Skinner Colours Back Gallery Project

Exuberant Hues: Ben Skinner Colours Back Gallery Project

Like many art galleries, Back Gallery Project has a generous display window at the front of the building. While not an unusual architectural feature, this window always seems a little special. It is a large, open portal on a particularly blank stretch of East Hastings, illuminating the otherwise forgettable streetscape in ways far more astonishing […]

 Lucia Misch

LocoMotoArt @ Queen Elizabeth Park

LocoMotoArt @ Queen Elizabeth Park

Experiencing nature versus grace

Words by Lucia Misch Video by Leslie Kennah LocoMotoArt Collective’s show of “digital eco-art” in Queen Elizabeth Park began at 9pm on Sunday night, meaning that my bike ride from Commercial Drive to Vancouver’s most elevated—and perhaps most beautiful—spot occurred at the height of the evening’s glow. Turning my head toward downtown as I crossed Grandview […]

 Sheng Ho

Cycle Chic Social at Chapel Arts

Cycle Chic Social at Chapel Arts

An evening of fashionable cycling culture, captured in pictures

Photos by Sheng Ho Vancouver Cycle Chic, “a bunch of friends who love style and bike riding,” held Cycle Chic Social at Chapel Arts on Friday July 5 2013. It’s “a party in celebration of lifestyle, fashion, art, food, and music” that featured several designers, dj’s and dancing. — For more info: Vancouver Cycle Chic […]