30 Nov 2021

Gastown, SeaBus, Lonsdale Quay, The Polygon

i. Gastown, Vancouver’s original ‘downtown’, is the start for today’s day trip. With its exposed brick and historic architecture, Gastown is home to locally owned shops, plenty of food offerings, film crews, and galleries. You’ll also find historic public art, such as the famed Gastown Steam Clock , and the 

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28 Nov 2021

Legendary Student Art Sale @ ECU

Are you interested in discovering some of Vancouver’s up-and-coming artists? If so, today is the last day to check out the 2021 Legendary Student Art Sale at Emily Carr University. Emily Carr, founded in 1925, has a long list of artist alumni – count the acclaimed Stan Douglas and Sonny

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26 Nov 2021

Michael Wolf

Photographer Michael Wolf led an international life that reflected his strong international reputation. Born 1954 in Munich, Germany, Wolf lived in Canada, the US, Hong Kong, Tokyo. As he moved through, Wolf would turn his lens to the complexities of city life – from zoomed out views of architectural density,

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23 Nov 2021

Faith Ringgold @ MOMA

Remarkable artist Faith Ringgold, born 1930 in Harlem, has been enjoying a well-earned resurgence of attention over the pandemic. Her work depicts both hope and the harsh realities of life. Now in her 90s, Ringgold is content with the body of work she has so far put out into the

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21 Nov 2021

QE, Bloedel, Murals On Main

i. Today’s day trip starts at Queen Elizabeth Park – a destination that is particularly stunning on a sunny day. That said, you will likely encounter fewer tour buses in a downpour. If you drive straight east on 33rd Avenue from Oak Street, you’ll find yourself in a pay parking lot

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