Joseph Staples and Capture Photography Festival. Lumas Gallery. Inuit Gallery – New Collection. Shop & Show Nicole Bridger. Camaro 67. Paper Rock Portside. This Week In Gastown.
2017 Capture Photography Festival
April 1st -28th
Capture Photography Festival is devoted to exhibiting challenging and thought-provoking photography from local and international artists.
As part of the 2017 Festival, Capture is presenting ‘Art in Your Neighbourhood’ which features photographs printed on adhesive vinyl and installed in store windows around Gastown. Artist and photographer, Joseph Staples will be featured throughout the neighbourhood.
German Haus: Art and Photography
(Kunstwerk und Fotografie)
As part of the 2017 Capture Photography Festival Apr 1 – Apr 28
Thu March 30, 2017 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The reception is from 6pm to 8pm and will offer light refreshments as well as a performance by an improvisational violinist. The event is free but space is limited. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Inuit Gallery: New Collection
Water and Light – Jennifer Walden
March 25 – April 14
Jennifer has long studied the play of light in the scenes of the North she illustrates, using a textured surface on her canvases to capture the depth of her environment and spotlight the wildlife she depicts. This collection includes works that explore the experience of observing the refraction of light in addition to the visual perception. A number of landscapes, as well, pay homage to the breathtaking landscapes surrounding her home in Yellowknife as they change from sunshine to snow – as she says, this collection is ‘an exploration of light reacting with water in its various forms’.
All works are available immediately.
Shop & Show
On Wednesday March 29th come shop the new Spring 2017 collection at 15% off. Wine and nibbles provided!
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Guilt & Co.
Fri. March 31, 2017
Camaro 67 brings together classic Afrobeat influences (Fela Kuti, Tony Allen), and modern Afrofunk / Groove sounds (Antibalas, Budos Band, The Herbaliser) to produce a propulsive, highenergy, made-in-Vancouver heavy funk experience. This explosive 10-piece instrumental group debuted in the fall of 2015, picking up from where Miami Device (BC’s premier Afrobeat orchestra since 2007) left off.
March 29th 9pm
Where else can you crush, cover, and cut your way to victory on a Wednesday night? Get on The Portside Wednesday, March 29th for Rock Paper Portside hosted by the hilarious comedians from Jolly Brain Productions. Turn your $5 entrance fee into $50 – $150 or a new snowboard helmet & goggles!
RSVP now to reserve you spot or book a large party by email firstname.lastname@example.org