Visual Arts News Digest, Compiled by the Vancouver Art Gallery Library, October 22, 2018

Vancouver Changes at Vancouver’s Asian art organization Centre A after executive director departs After almost five years at Vancouver’s international centre for contemporary Asian art known as Centre A, executive director and curator Tyler Russell is stepping down from his position. During his time at the helm of the organization, he helped facilitate the relocation … Continue reading

Visual Arts News Digest, Compiled by the Vancouver Art Gallery Library, October 18, 2018

Vancouver Art Students Are Learning ‘Artists Are Not to Be Valued’ [Terra] Poirier’s new book, Non-Regular: Precarious academic labour at Emily Carr University of Art + Design, published by Vancouver-based UNIT/PITT Projects, is an extension of that work and features interviews with and testimonials by 26 current and former Emily Carr non-regular faculty, as well … Continue reading

Visual Arts News Digest, Compiled by the Vancouver Art Gallery Library, October 16, 2018

Vancouver Where Vancouver’s mayoral candidates stand on creating a fun city. Large-scale public events and festivals have financially suffered from an exponential growth in bills from the City of Vancouver – covering policing, engineering, and clean-up costs – for hosting these region-benefitting events. And given Vancouver’s relatively small corporate head office presence, sponsorship dollars are … Continue reading

Next Book Club is November 20th

The next ‘Reading Art’ Book Club evening will take place at the Vancouver Art Gallery on Tuesday, November 20, 2018 from 6 – 7.30 p.m. The Gallery is open until 9 pm, with entry by donation. Our book this month is a fast-paced thriller set in the world of high fashion, The Couturier of Milan … Continue reading