Interested in contemporary painting, sculpture, installations, mixed media and more? From April 19th to 22nd in Vancouver, British Columbia, you can explore what organizers are calling an unprecedented collection of original contemporary art from local and international artists alike. Last year, it was recognized as one of Canada’s Top 150 Events. In 2018, organizers promise to deliver an even more exceptional experience.
WHO ATTENDS ART! VANCOUVER?
It’s a show much-loved by galleries, artists, collectors, curators and public programs alike. Art! Vancouver is presented by the Vancouver Visual Arts Foundation, a not-for-profit organization that has dedicated this show to raising awareness of the international art scene in Western Canada.
WHAT IS THERE TO DO AND SEE AT ART! VANCOUVER?
It all kicks off Thursday, April 19th at 6pm with a red carpet Premiere party and gala. The opening includes a fun twist on your typical fashion show, called the ‘Face of Art’ runway. This isn’t about the dress; artists walk the catwalk showing off their works. The Art Show goes on each day from the 20th to 22nd and throughout that time, a number of prominent artists share their knowledge and inspire guests in discussions on the main stage.
You can still register to exhibit here, and tickets for attendees are on sale on the Art! Vancouver website.
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WHY GO TO ART! VANCOUVER?
This unique event is a great connector. It gives exhibitors space to showcase their best works in a prestigious environment, while also working to educate and inspire all members of the arts community. You can also feel good about supporting this not-for-profit-organized event, and take advantage of relevant charity opportunities offered at the Art! Vancouver show.
Want to learn more and get involved in fun upcoming art events?
- Visit the Art! Vancouver website
- Check out Toronto’s Artist Project, the epic annual art event that takes place in February
- Browse canvas stretchers, gallery wrapped stretched canvas and canvas stretching supplies for your next project
Photo credits: Art! Vancouver