As we hit another Thanksgiving weekend, I’m sure we can be thankful for the line-up of entertainment to pick from this week. If you haven’t already, it’s not too late to order your Thanksgiving Dinner To-Go from some local spots.
Canoe: In the Vancouver Maritime Museum’s featured exhibition, on until July 3, 2022, Canoe Cultures :: Ho’-ku-melh War Canoes and the Gifts They Carry Forward, Indigenous artists and knowledge holders share their gifts through the war canoe in this multi-sensory journey.
Extended: Held over, once again, you now have until October 31th to take in the stunning Imagine Van Gogh: The Immersive Exhibition of amazing spectacle of Van Gogh’s masterpieces
Stage: The DanceHouse virtual stage has reopened, welcoming Brazil’s acclaimed Deborah Colker Dance Company (Companhia de Dança Deborah Colker), presenting Dog Without Feathers until October 11
Gallery: Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art is presenting the Canadian premiere exhibition of Sho Sho Esquiro: Doctrine of Discovery, a solo exhibition by award-winning designer, artist, and activist Sho Sho Esquiro on show until June 5, 2022
Culture: The 12th annual BC Culture Days, celebration of arts and culture invites everyone to explore the line up of free and interactive creative events hosted by artists and cultural organizations from across B.C. and Canada, ongoing until October 24, 2021.
Debut: Telling the tale of a haunting chapter in BC’s Gold Rush history, Spinners Collective presents the professional premiere of Sally Stubbs’ Spinning You Home, directed by Sarah Rodgers, at Jericho Arts Centre opening October 8th, running until October 31st.
Chamber: Early Music Vancouver’s Digital Concert Hall opens for the season with Chaconne: In memory of Jeanne Lamon a performance of the works of Johann Pachelbel, Antonio Bertali, Nicola Matteis and others.
Music: Until November 2, 2021, discover new video performances and artistic insights with Music on Main’s weekly digital releases.
Roots: The Shadbolt Centre for the Arts in Burnaby welcomes storyteller and master guitarist, Stephen Fearing on Thursday evening.
Opera: In recognition of National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, Pacific Opera Victoria and Vancouver Opera re-released a free broadcast of the family opera The Flight of the Hummingbird online until October 7, 2021.
Nooner: The Chan Centre for Performing Art at UBC welcomes Vancouver Brass Orchestra Lite to today’s Wednesday Noon Hour concert.
Howl: At Fly Over Canada, join Biker Mama and her sidekick Tiger Moon as they Howl Over Canada for an adventure soaring across the country to a music festival that is out of this world until October 31
Dance: Port Theatre Nanaimo hosts, Ballet Jörgen Creations in Isolation. A program of excerpts from major classical ballets such as Romeo & Juliet the Nutcracker, Anne of Green Gables – The Ballet, along with new contemporary works by Ontario choreographers.