As the sun continues to beam, let’s take a look at what the week’s entertainment brings us.
Festival: The Vancouver International Dance Festival (VIDF) continues with its 21st season online until June 19, 2021, the festival features 18 livestreamed contemporary dance performances.
Music: Join Early Music Vancouver tonight at 7:30 for a performance of The Crossroads of Cantemir feat. Ensemble Constantinople streaming online.
Masterpiece: Imagine Van Gogh: The Immersive Exhibition is now open at Vancouver Convention Centre, and already extended its run until August 29, 2021 so you have the whole summer to see this amazing spectacle of Van Gogh’s masterpieces.
Opera: The Vancouver Opera’s Digital Season continues with The Music Shop, by Richard Wargo, Amahl and the Night Vistors and other performances streaming.
French: Coquitlam’s Festival du Bois has been a beacon of Spring for more than three decades this year the festival moves online from April 16-30
Ballet: Debuting tomorrow April 15th Ballet BC’s next digital presentation, REACHING U is the company’s featured program of its adapted 2021 Season, featuring GARDEN: Choreographed by Medhi Walerski and BEDROOM FOLK: Choreographed by Sharon Eyal & Gai Behar
Art: Art is moving online April 21 – 25 with IMGX: Installation Dance and Art at Presentation House Theatre, a livestream in real time from the theatre on April 24th at 7pm, as well a free Virtual Gallery open from April 21 – 25.
Museum: Hang out with the museum staff and specialists via its three regular virtual weekly sessions; RBCM @ Home, RBCM @ Home (Kids) and RBCM @ Outside.
Walk: Push Walks, from PuSh Festival are a unique invitation to take a safe walk with artists through the urban spaces that have given them inspiration, listen and walk to one of the six Walks now available where you find your podcasts.
Earthquake: The Museum of Anthropology (MOA) at UBC’s newest exhibition A Future for Memory: Art and Life After the Great East Japan Earthquake, is running until September 5, 2021
Museum: Continuing at MOV’s Vanier Park and Chinatown locations, A Seat at the Table is a timely collaborative exhibition exploring historical and contemporary stories of Chinese Canadians in BC and their struggles for belonging.
Colour: Now open at the Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art find the Western Canadian premiere of Indigenous History in Colour running until May 9, 2021.