Imagine Van Gogh – an immersive art & music exhibit

I didn’t know what to expect from going to Imagine Van Gogh. The tickets aren’t cheap, but the experience was worthwhile. It’s worth a visit if you can catch the exhibit in its final days. Imagine Picasso is lining up to come to Vancouver soon, though. By the way, this was not a paid ad. I paid for the price of admission 😛 Continue reading Imagine Van Gogh – an immersive art & music exhibit

Gordon Price at July’s Creative Mornings

I really enjoyed this hour long video of Gordon Price talking about how constraints breed creativity. The Lower Mainland itself has constraints that frame the creativity of an urban landscape within a sea of green. This sea of green is bordered by water to the west, the US border to the south and the mountains to the north and east. Some of my favourite takeaway … Continue reading Gordon Price at July’s Creative Mornings

Ian Ruhter – Silver and Light visits Vancouver

One of my coworkers knew I have an interest in photography. She had heard about a giant mobile camera truck using “wet plate” method to creating photos. She said there was a talk taking place on Friday.  That definitely piqued my interest and I looked it up. I found out about Ian Ruhter and his Silver and Light project. The project has landed in Vancouver … Continue reading Ian Ruhter – Silver and Light visits Vancouver

Vimeo – For the Love of Chinatown

http://vimeo.com/62316946 I’ve been away from blogging longer than I thought. I was out of town for a weekend and will have photos to follow 🙂 However, in the meantime, I’d like to share this video that I stumbled upon through Yuri Artibise of Yurbanism.com fame. It’s to promote the Vancouver Chinatown Night Market that runs from May 17 to September 8th this year. I always … Continue reading Vimeo – For the Love of Chinatown