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Is art the exclusive domain of humans? The expressive quality of portraits drawn by robots in a group show that explores the relationship between people and technology may give you pause. more

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A groundbreaking collaborative exhibition at Vancouver's Museum of Anthropology gives visitors a gateway to understand the work of First Nations' cultural centres across British Columbia. more

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Capture offers a visual feast of photo-based art from April 5 to April 30 in galleries, coffee shops and even two rental vans. Check out our picks. more

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Molly Lamb Bobak captures urban vistas and crowd scenes in loose but evocative work on view in Greater Vancouver. more

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India, like Canada, has hundreds of Indigenous communities that may lack material wealth but are rich in stories and visual creativity. more

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Surreal, dream-like, spiritual and shrewdly insightful are descriptions that come to mind when viewing Inuit artist Shuvinai Ashoona’s work. more

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A major survey of Sylvia Tait's work at the Burnaby Art Gallery reveals a surprisingly multidisciplinary artist. more

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This Vancouver show includes 650 newspaper photographs that document marches, blockades, demonstrations, strikes and occupations. more

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Each generation of artists strives to carve out new meaning, to take from the past, make it more relevant and leave a distinct mark on the world. Nowhere is this reinvention more difficult than in painting. more

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After years of mainly producing mixed-media collages, Angela Grossmann picked up her paints recently and returned to her original medium. more

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One of the last century’s great scientists, Santiago Ramón y Cajal, known as the father of modern neuroscience, yearned as a boy to be an artist. more

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Brendan Tang and Sonny Assu collaborate on an exploration of youth culture at The Reach Gallery Museum in Abbotsford, B.C. more

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A solo show at the Vancouver Art Gallery by Elad Lassry, an Israeli artist based in Los Angeles, challenges perceptions of what photography can be. more

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Calligraphy, the art of fine writing, is more than beautiful penmanship as a show at UBC's Museum of Anthropology demonstrates. more

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A wave of immigrants from Hong Kong in the late 1980s and early 1990s included artists now showing their work at the Vancouver Art Gallery. more

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Musqueam artist Susan Point, whose work is on view now at the Vancouver Art Gallery, is often credited with starting the current renaissance in Coast Salish art. more

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Ann Kipling, "Head," 1967

Trevor Mills, Vancouver Art Gallery

Ann Kipling, now in her 80s, is known for her steadfast dedication to drawing. But she didn’t start out with this singular focus. more

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More than an aesthetic journey, these intriguing garments – whether Indian saris, Indonesian sarongs, Maori feather cloaks or West African adinkra cloth – also carry cultural knowledge. more

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The Vancouver Art Gallery gives the wider public a chance to see work by artists sometimes little known outside of small artist-run spaces. more

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Tomoyo Ihaya, who was born in Japan but is now based in Vancouver, has visited India 15 times. Through her travels, she’s been sensitized to cultural upheaval and disadvantaged peoples. more

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