On unattained spacewalks and skirt parachutes: Two exhibitions in North Vancouver have been making us look upwards into the sky and out into Space. We recently organized a gallery hop […]
We can’t think of better refuge than art. In both the literal and figurative way. During the past months, we’ve felt psychological comfort and emotional appeasement by engaging with artworks, artists and gallerists. Several spaces in Vancouver felt the same need for conversation and held exhibitions exploring the impact of the pandemic.
Last weekend, we grabbed our masks and jumped in an Uber to view three art exhibitions in Strathcona we were eager to see. We encourage you to experience the work on display at Catriona Jeffries, WAAP and Slice of Life in person if you can!
Being able to stay connected to the arts online to explore the vast offerings that artists present from across the world has been enriching to say the least. As we have moved into Phase 3 of BC’s Restart Plan, we felt that it was time for us to get our in-person art fix – so we grabbed our masks, put on our walking shoes and took a stroll down South Granville to see what our amazing local galleries have on display.