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Artist Sho Sho Esquiro is a master of multimedia: her upcoming exhibition features couture gowns, raw textiles, paintings and photographs. All of her work celebrates the strength of Indigenous communities in the face of historical and ongoing trauma. During the exhibition’s nine-month run, the gallery will be hosting workshops in weaving, and textiles—sign up for one here.
When: Wednesday, September 22 to Sunday, June 5 2022Where: Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast ArtCost: $13 for adultsMore Info: billreidgallery.ca
There’s something for everyone at this fest: think theatre, music, comedy, drag, burlesque and circus. The 10-day-long extravaganza spotlights both local and international Indigenous artists, with a focus on unity and empowerment. Catch it online at home or attend a viewing party at the Historic Theatre.
When: Thursday September 23 to Saturday October 2Where: Online and at the Cultch’s Historic TheatreCost: From $15 online, from $29 in personMore Info: transformcabaret.com
This fresh exhibit is an artistic exchange between Lam Wong, a Chinese-Canadian artist hailing from Hong Kong and Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun, a Cowichan and Syilx First Nations artist. It aims to connect Chinese Canadian and Indigenous art, centering on the idea that we all live under the same sun—and it’s hard to find a more beautiful venue than the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Garden.
When: Thursday, September 23 to Thursday, December 23Where: Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese GardenCost: $17 for adultsMore Info: vancouverchinesegarden.com
This is a collection of dental office art (stay with us) from Dr. Zenon Trylowsky. But unlike most kitschy, seaside-focused dental decor, this is a gallery-like collection Trylowsky curated through pro bono work. He’d get art as a thank-you—the ideal exchange for artists without dental plans.
When: Friday September 24 to Saturday December 11Where: Griffin Art Projects (North Vancouver)Cost: FreeMore Info: griffinartprojects.ca
This annual free culture event is a cross-province spectacular. Artists of all kinds open their studios, put on workshops, and share their work with the public. There are hundreds of events online, and a few in-person standouts—for example, Her Tribal Roots is putting on a dancing/singing/drumming workshop at Trout Lake on September 27. Check it out.
When: Friday September 24 to Sunday October 24Where: Online and various venues across the cityCost: FreeMore Info: culturedays.ca