03 Mar 2017

Sarah Mulder Q/A

A jewellery designer and a painter, Sarah Mulder creates her pieces in a Gastown studio. Mulder has been working full-time as an artist since 2011, and has developed an eager following who can’t wait to comb through her latest collections. You can find Sarah Mulder Jewelry in shops across Canada. On Sunday, April

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28 Feb 2017

Snape @ The Symphony

When the right actor lands in the right role, the resulting character stays in your head long after the movie is through. When the brilliant Alan Rickman entered the world of Harry Potter, the result was glorious, head-lodging Snape. For those of us who are obsessed – RIP Alan Rickman –

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26 Feb 2017

Lucky Limoncello

When we were in Italy a few years ago, our city to city tour had us on a no-nonsense schedule. While the ‘younger’ among us were happy to crash into bed after the multi-course dinners, Fanny from Kansas was hosting Limoncello parties. This eighty-something matriarch was coaxing her daughters, granddaughters and any

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24 Feb 2017

Jamie Evrard Q/A

From March 4th to 18th, the Bau-Xi Gallery will be mounting Jamie Evrard’s gorgeous new show: Restless Spring. “It’s a continuation of my exploration of flowers,” says Evrard,  “but they’ve gone more abstract. I’m working from photographs I took in a woman’s peony garden in Italy. They are just so blousy.” “The

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21 Feb 2017


For many museums, a non-summer’s day means a peaceful wander around people-light rooms. It makes for a zen beauty experience, but it’s not too good for the museum’s bottom line. When we visited San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art this week, it was humming. There were teens co-listening to audio guides

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