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Delta, British Columbia
Every 2 weeks on Sunday from September 28, 2014 to December 7, 2014
If you enjoyed the Firehall Farmers' Market over the summer, this is the event for you! The market has moved inside, but that hasn't slowed it down. Artisan breads, baked goods, fresh & local produce, seasonal artisan gifts, cooking demos, food trucks and more! Market opens at 11am to 4pm.
2600 Herbert Road
West Kelowna, British Columbia
Every 4 weeks on Sunday from September 28, 2014 to May 31, 2015
The longest-running live music show in the Okanagan Valley happening monthly from September to May.
The Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art
Kelowna, British Columbia
Daily from September 26, 2014 to November 1, 2014
The Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art is happy to bring in the work of UK-based artist Tony Stallard. His exhibition, New Breed, forms experimental relationships between light and material. In creating his sculptures, he purposefully selects organic materials like moss, timber, feathers and bones to contrast with industrial materials like neon, steel, ceramic and glass.
Admission is free.
750 Hornby St
Vancouver, British Columbia
Daily from September 20, 2014 to April 6, 2015
Taking its title from images in both artists' work, this exhibition uses the wood chopper as a metaphorical figure who 'clears a path' for those to come and the monkey as an emblem of the sense of loss and whimsy that is rarely discussed in Carr's work.
Emily Carr and Landon Mackenzie: Wood Chopper and the Monkey will be accompanied by an illustrated catalogue that explores the complex relationship between the works of these two artists. The catalogue is published by the Vancouver Art Gallery and includes a text by the renowned Emily Carr scholar Gerta Moray, Art History professor at the University of Guelph.
224 Victoria Street
Kamloops, British Columbia
Weekly on Friday September 19, 2014 to Friday June 26, 2015
Come and dance with us every friday night! Session starts at 7:00 pm with a different popular dance taught each week to get you going on the dance floor. Bring a dance partner, have fun and dance. Appropriate dance footwear is required and smart casual dress is recommended. Conveniently located downtown and air conditioned for comfort.
Whether you have always wanted to take ballroom, latin or country dance lessons, or are getting ready for that special day, we have something for everyone!
No registration required. Admission is $15 and refreshments are included. For more information, please call.
180-7700 Minoru Gate
Richmond, British Columbia
Daily from September 6, 2014 to October 26, 2014
The first exhibition to highlight the City of Richmond's Public Art Program. Curated by Richmond Art Gallery Director Rachel Rosenfield Lafo, the exhibition will feature several diverse public art projects representing the different ways public art is funded in Richmond - through civic funding, private development, community projects, and the program's newer series of temporary projects and socially engaged artist performances. The goal of the exhibition is to reveal the mysteries of the public art process, its role in cultural planning strategy, the possibilities it offers for community participation and its value to the community.
Art Gallery at Evergreen Cultural Centre
Coquitlam, British Columbia
Daily from September 6, 2014 to October 25, 2014
"Requiem for a Glacier" is an expansive video installation by Paul Walde, featuring a four movement oratorio performed by an orchestra and chorus atop the Farnham Glacier in the Jumbo Glacier area of eastern British Columbia.
The collection of five glaciers that make up the ancient features of Jumbo, or "Qat'muk", in the Purcell Mountain Range are left over from the last ice age. Now, they are under immediate threat from global warming and resort development.
Over thirty-seven minutes, "Requiem for a Glacier" features panoramic glacier views along with the sounds and images of the oratorio, as performed by the Requiem Volunteer Orchestra and Chorus (conducted by Ajtony Csaba of the University of Victoria Symphony).
Burnaby Art Gallery
Burnaby, British Columbia
Weekly on Tuesday-Sunday from Friday September 5, 2014 to Sunday November 9, 2014
The Burnaby Art Gallery features In Wait: Full Circle Art Collective and Works from the Collection - a contemplative response to the artists' personal experiences.
This visual collaboration by seven members of The Full Circle Art Collective explores, among other things, the shared communal psyche when examining an ordinary part of life: the ubiquitous act of waiting.
The seven members of this collective are Heather Aston, Jocelyn Barrable-Segal, Hannamari Jalovaara, Julie McIntyre, Milos Jones, Wendy Morosoff Smith and Rina Pita. (Five of the artists have works in the permanent collection.)
4600 Tranquille Road
Kamloops, British Columbia
Daily from September 5, 2014 to November 9, 2014
It is estimated that between the 1920s and mid-1970s, two kilometres of tunnels were built beneath the old Tranquille sanatorium and former tuberculosis hospital. In a one hour, fun filled experience; tunnel goers will venture into the tunnel system and learn about its secrets as well as embark on a wagon tour of the old Tranquille village by night.
Please call or email for tickets.
578 Carrall St
Vancouver, British Columbia
Daily from September 2, 2014 to November 2, 2014
An exhibit of Peking Opera theatrical costumes, shoes, head-pieces and jewelry, last seen 10 years ago in Toronto, is Vancouver's chance to appreciate gorgeous pieces of art sewn with great consideration to design and colour. Collection of William Lau, acclaimed Chinese-Canadian artist specializing in the art of Peking Opera. Included with garden admission. 9:30 am-7:00 pm.