25 May 2022

Curating Xicanx: Dreamers + Changemakers.

i. My Name: Jill Baird ii. My art-related Career: Curator Museum of Anthropology at UBC iii. The name of our upcoming exhibit is:  Xicanx: Dreamers + Changemakers /Soñadores + creadores del cambio iv. Its location: Museum of Anthropology at UBC v. The exhibit runs from: May 12, 2022 til January

19 May 2022

Missy D

i. My name is Missy D. ii. I am a: Hip Hop, Rap & Soul artist based in Vancouver on the land of the Squamish, Tsleil-Wautuh and Musqueam peoples. iii. Other ways I would describe myself: I’m also a creative, a part-time interviewer with a show on IG and YouTube called

13 May 2022

True To Place: stímetstexw tel xéltel

Starting June 15th, 2022, you’ll be able to see the most extensive exhibit of paintings ever mounted at Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art. ‘True To Place: stímetstexw tel xéltel’ was curated by Xémontalót Carrielynn Victor (Stó:lō), an artist and muralist. This striking exhibit involves 10 Northwest Coast Indigenous

04 May 2022

Nina Horvath. Vancouver’s 2022 Jazz Festival

i. My name is: Nina Horvath ii. I am a: musician iii. I work as a: professional pianist and vocalist, primarily in the classical realm. My work focuses on collaborative piano, including chamber music, vocal coaching, and education. I also love to sing, and perform with the award-winning Vancouver Cantata

29 Apr 2022

Dreams And Reflections. MRG

Starting May 1st, the Monica Reyes Gallery Mackenzie Heights launches a new exhibit: ‘Dreams and Reflections’, featuring works by artists Jason McLean, Tiko Kerr, Kriss Munsya, Montserrat Duran Muntadas, and Trinidad Barros. We’ve found the MRG Mackenzie Heights to be a great, sunny site in a charming Vancouver neighbourhood with

26 Apr 2022

Silverman Piano Competition. Final Round

Robert and Ellen Silverman – two much respect pianists and professors – started their namesake piano competition at UBC to support and develop up-and-coming serious pianists. As Robert says: “Professionally, if any pianist is going to ‘make it,’ playing a concerto and knowing how to do it is very important. 

15 Apr 2022

Isabelle Menin. Floating Gardens

In a 2021 interview, Lumos asks Belgian photographic artist Isabelle Menin – the stunning ‘flower artist’ – what is typical of her work. ‘A relatively classical notion of beauty,’ she answers. ‘In my case, I believe it is rooted in abundance, in a particularly baroque chaos’. When asked what inspires

29 Mar 2022

Jeff Topham. Southern Exposure

i. I am a photographer. ii. Something I’ve learned about myself as an artist over the last two years: It’s easy for your art just to become work. I often have to remind myself how fortunate I am to be able to get to be creative for a living. iii.

18 Mar 2022

Andre Petterson. Horizon

i. Name: Andre Petterson ii. I am a: Mixed mediums artist. Painting, photograph, sculpture, installation, sound. iii. Something I’ve learned about myself as an artist over the last two years: I’ve learned that nothing is written in stone and that we live in a world of ever-changing environments, both physical

11 Mar 2022

Mel Gausden. A Fairytale For The End Of The World

‘I always carry a sketchbook, and while I’m out in the canoe or on a hike, I’ll often stop to make quick sketches.’ So says emerging Canadian artist, Mel Gausden. In describing her artistic process, Gausden continues: ‘Then, later at the campfire, I’ll develop those ideas a bit more, or