Do you have a date/deadline or a piece of news-like information you need to get out to our Community - Staff, Faculty + Students? From grilled cheese events to serious academic deadlines, please self-publish your items here!
Add a Date + Deadline here
Add a Community Bulletin here
See the CONNECT Toolkit for more info.

  • 2019-01-04 12:37

    "I had the feeling that photography could live on a wall in a space with people standing in front of it physically the way that painting has for centuries..." – Jeff Wall

    The "Vancouver School" of photo-conceptualists emerged in the 1960s and 70s and went on to change the very idea of what photography could be. There was no mission, no mandate, but an explosion of creative energy which for some reason came into sharp focus in a small, rapidly evolving city on the west coast.

  • 2019-01-02 13:33

    Future City Builders is launching in Vancouver and we are looking for 30 creative young adults (18-29) to take part in our upcoming 30Lab starting February 14th!

    What is the 30lab? It is a series of 5 sessions that will tackle emergency preparedness and response in our city. From forest fires, smokey summers to earthquakes - there are a lot of environmental shocks that Vancouver faces. Come together to co-create solutions for the city, expand your network and pitch your ideas for the chance to win $5000!

    $100 Honorarium and food provided! Interested?

    You can learn more here and apply @

  • 2018-12-03 01:18

    The Salt Spring National Art Prize offering $40,000 in awards, one of Canada’s largest visual art prizes! Submissions for the 2019/2020 SSNAP awards begin on January 10 and end May 31, 2019.

    SSNAP Awards Totalling $40,000:
    SALT SPRING PRIZE - THE JOAN McCONNELL AWARD + RESIDENCY FOR OUTSTANDING WORK - $20,000 ($15,000 and a $5,000 Salt Spring Island artist residency)

    JURORS' CHOICE AWARDS - four awards of $3,000 selected by each juror

    PEOPLE'S CHOICE - ROSEMARIA BEHNCKE AWARDS - three awards determined by a vote of visitors to the exhibition - 1st prize - $3,000, 2nd prize - $2,000, 3rd prize - $1,000

    SALT SPRING ARTISTS AWARD for outstanding work by a Salt Spring Artist - $2,000

  • 2018-11-05 15:14

    Judith M. Atkinson presents The Return of the Goddess

    Exhibition Dates: Nov. 17th, 2018 to Jan. 6, 2019
    Opening Reception: Saturday, Nov. 17th, 3 - 5 pm

    Art Gallery at Evergreen | 1205 Pinetree Way, Coquitlam BC

  • 2018-11-05 13:32

    On view from Thursday, June 28, 2018 through September 2019

    MOV and Nature Vancouver proudly present Wild Things: The Power of Nature in Our Lives, an exhibition that delves into the life stories of local animals and plants—how they connect with each other and how people connect with nature in the city.

    Stories of encounters with wildlife will be told through the eyes of biologists, psychologists, urban planners, Indigenous people and Vancouver-based nature lovers. Scenic design, videos, taxidermy, crowd sourcing technologies and the display of natural specimens will bring these stories to life.

  • 2018-11-02 11:28

    Multi-talented vocalist and arranger Sara Kim brings traditional South Korean music into the world of contemporary Jazz. Sara Kim's Watermill Project is a sophisticated and entertaining modernization of traditional South Korean song lyrics, songs that beautifully span a wide range of genres and traditional Korean culture including folk songs, children's lullaby’s and the country's national anthem!

    Kim's ear for modernizing traditional lyrics for a contemporary jazz quartet is outstanding, its effects are illuminating. Her vocal stylings are infectious; the vibrant interplay of the quartet bring new life to each song. The Watermill Project offers accessible music couched in cultural tradition and cultural identity.

  • 2018-10-23 17:00

    The Vancouver Opera Festival is looking for submissions from artists of all disciplines to apply to be a part of our Festival programming. 2019 marks the 3rd annual Vancouver Opera Festival which runs from April 27–May 5. We will fill the Queen Elizabeth Theatre complex with performances, special events, workshops, visual art and other surprises.

    The Festival features two mainstage operas – Gounod’s Faust, about a man who sells his soul to the devil and Rossini’s La Cenerentola, the classic Cinderella story. Vancouver Opera is seeking submissions from individual artists or groups to help us enrich and enliven our festivalgoers’ experience.

  • 2018-10-19 12:49

    This fall, hear the stories of entrepreneurs, designers and tech pioneers who’ve put together wildly successful startups, worked with top companies, and developed new and incredible products and business models. This series of guest lectures brings together a phenomenal breadth of experience in entrepreneurship practices, with a focus on the creative sector.

    These lectures are free; a limited number of seats are open to current students, industry practitioners and alumni. No registration is needed. The speaker series is produced in partnership with the Discovery Foundation through the Shumka Centre for Creative Entrepreneurship.

  • 2018-10-17 15:10

    This is the first residency of its kind in Victoria, now in its fourth year, a continuing partnership with VISA (Vancouver Island School of Art). The residency has been created by Donald Kreye in memory of his late wife Bonnie McComb Kreye, who was an artist and educator, who devoted her life to making art and to encouraging the creative talents of all those she came in contact with.

  • 2018-10-16 11:32

    Calling inspiring and skilled teaching artists in all arts disciplines!

    Are you interested in joining the Place des Arts faculty? Join us for a tour of the facility and a Q&A session to discover the benefits of teaching at Place des Arts, including: small class sizes, flexible schedule, creative freedom, administrative and promotional support and more. Event takes place Friday, November 23 from 1:00 – 2:30pm.

    Please RSVP by November 16 to or call 604.664.1636 ext. 24.

    For more information, visit

Syndicate content