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The Vancouver Art Gallery is hosting free Spring Break art events for all ages this week. Participants can craft postcards, get free studio tours, watch film screenings and—our favourite—make comic zines set in space with Tahltan artist Cole Pauls (pictured above).
Montreal theatre company The 7 Fingers created Out of Order in response to COVID-19—and what a response it is. Gloved and masked characters play “forgotten acrobats” in a world where touch is prohibited (sound familiar?) in this death-defying virtual circus show.
Tractor just added a beverage program to their delivery service (and cheers to that). Curated by sommelier Maude Renaud-Brisson of Chambar and Nightingale, the new program offers B.C. wines, craft beer, ciders, spirits, and other weekly beverage features. And don’t cry, suburbs—they just added delivery to Richmond and Burnaby.
You’ve probably been hearing about Imagine Van Gogh for months now (unless you live under a rock or somehow don’t get targeted ads on Facebook)—but the day has finally come. This immersive art exhibition is made of huge projections of the iconic artist’s paintings. It’s also one of the only non-online events on right now: a great opportunity to Gogh outside.
Speaking of iconic, here’s a performance that’s stood the test of time: Jean-Pierre Perreault’s Joe. The show was first put on in 1984, and DanceHouse’s stream this week is a 1995 filmed version. It’s a striking spectacle of “the human condition”—think 32 pairs of work boots pounding the stage.