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Resplendent British Columbia

The landscape in British Columbia is more than just a backdrop; it impacts on the personality of this place and reveals much about the people … Continued

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Safeguarding the Past for the Future

What do you think of when you hear the term Intangible cultural heritage? Traditions, roots, community, customs, identity…? Intangible cultural heritage or ‘living heritage’ in … Continued

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Podcrafting

Simply put, podcasts are the latest successful media trend. If you have Internet access you can choose from thousands of free audio programs, discussing a … Continued

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Bridget Catchpole at Herschel Supply

Herschel Supply is an exceptional retailer with a Gastown location. This month they are displaying the work of jewellery designer Bridget Catchpole in their storefront … Continued

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Report on Planned Development for Indigenous Carving Centre at Historic Stewart Farm, Surrey

Surrey is situated on the traditional, unceded lands of the Coast Salish People including the q̓ic̓əy̓ (Katzie), q̓ʷɑ:n̓ƛ̓ən̓ (Kwantlen), and Semiahma (Semiahmoo) First Nations. There … Continued

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A Repairable Future

AWL Together Leather Studio, the only all-women owned and run leather and shoe repair business in Western Canada can be found just off The Drive, … Continued

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Em̓út | Being Home

The new exhibition at the Libby Leshgold Gallery – “Em̓út | Being Home” – showcases artwork from some of British Columbia’s finest contemporary Indigenous artists … Continued

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EartHand Gleaners Society

Enough of Anything Can Be Made into Something

With no operating budget and a volunteer team of amazing skill holders, Sharon Kallis and her husband David Gowman of EartHand Gleaners Society, an arts … Continued

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Creative Districts: Railtown

Vancouver’s bustling creative district known as Railtown is a small wedge of land situated between Alexander Street, the Railyards, Heatley and Columbia. This industrial corner … Continued

Twyla Exner

When Crossed Wires Improve Communication

Twyla Exner’s latest collection of sculptural delights inspired by casiathane barnacles lead people to assume she grew up near the coast. ‘I didn’t step foot … Continued

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