Q+A // with Deneh’Cho Thompson

In this short Artslandia interview, Deneh’Cho Thompson will answer questions about his new play, The Girl Who was Raised by Wolverine, which was the winner of the 2016 Vancouver Fringe Festival New Play Prize.   Without giving away too much, can you tell us a bit about the story of The Girl Who was Raised by Wolverine? DT: In a not so …

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New Grants for Emerging Artists

The City of Vancouver is pleased to offer grants for emerging artists, presented in partnership with ArtStarts in Schools. Creative Spark Vancouver supports emerging artists and fosters their capacity to work with young people as well as empowers emerging artists to engage young people (ages 5-18) in arts-based projects. Emerging artists across all artistic disciplines are invited to apply. Applicants must …

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Illumi-Native Youth Campaign

Talking Stick Festival 2016 is almost here and we are excited as ever by the number of world class, high caliber works by Indigenous artists! One of the festival’s key aims is to encourage artistic expression that is rooted in the community; cultivating a space where Indigenous art and artistic practice integrates into everyday society.  With than in mind we …

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