To honour Remembrance Day we will take a moment of silence on November 11th, and post the Picks of the Week a day early.
Choir: Tonight, Chor Leoni’s 29th annual Remembrance Day concert takes place live in your home as the singing Lions transition their tradition of Remembrance to digital. RVSP and watch online at chorleoni.org
Art: SUM gallery, Vancouver’s queer mandated visual art gallery is welcoming its newest exhibition – Time-Lapse: Posthumous Conversations — A Geoff McMurchy Retrospective – running until December 1st.
Museum: The Museum of Vancouver has lowered its entry fare for the remainder of 2020 and welcomes a host of new exhibits this autumn, including; c??c??wit?l’| helping each other | ch’áwatway a showcase for 2019 YVR Art Foundation scholarship recipients final works, on view until December 9th
Stage: The Arts Club Theatre Company’s Fall Theatre Trio of plays with Buffoon clowning around until December 6th at the Granville Island Stage.
Sounds: The Vancouver Inter-Cultural Orchestra’s annual Global Soundscapes Festival is returning with an online line-up of international music being released throughout November.
Pop-Up: Get your holiday shopping at the Sweet Thea Holiday Pop-Up! the store is located at 4305 Main Street, (at 27th) until Sunday, December 27.
Dance: On November 15th, DanceHouse presents Jack of all Trades (Montreal) – Battle / Street Dance – LIVE from Montreal
Opera: Vancouver Opera has premiered its digital season, subscribe now to catch La Voix humaine, a performance in one act for a soprano and piano, streaming throughout the season.
Culture: Vancouver’s Eastside Arts District invites guests to explore the area’s artists and creators during the expanded 24th annual Eastside Culture Crawl November 12-15 and the following weekend.
Cabaret: If you’re on Vancouver Island, visit The Playbill Dining Room at Chemainus Theatre is bringing back live entertainment with its Cabaret Series throughout November and December
Centennial: The Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Art continues its celebration of the artist’s extraordinary life and legacy, To Speak With a Golden Voice, run until April 11, 2021
Anthropologie:MOA at UBC Kent Monkman’s timely exhibition, Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience is on display until January 3, 2021.
Stars: Join the H.R. MacMillan Space Centre tomorrow for Ask An Astronomer with this week’s theme ‘New Discoveries’