On December 5, artsScene Vancouver presented its final event of 2017.
Hosted in the Vancouver Art Book Fair’s permanent space and created by artsScene Vancouver Chair Alistair Henning, the event was an installation and panel discussion themed around the past, present and possible futures of zine culture.
Thanks to everyone who made it to Work Place October 19 for the 2017 edition of this beloved local event!
This year’s edition included a number of local arts organizations both big and small, looking to bring a younger demographic to their board and/or committees.
In September, ArtsScene Vancouver was thrilled to be invited to the eighth edition of the Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series.
Now in its eighth year, the Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series seeks to discover the best emerging visual artists from across North America. More than 800 Vancouver artists applied, and the Vancouver finals featured seventeen of Vancouver's best emerging artists as chosen by Artsy.
In July we hosted our panel discussion, Why Analog Photography Matters As Never Before at 163 W Pender With analog photography currently experiencing a revival, the topic produced a lively discussion with panelists Allison White, Rick Etkin, Nicole Langdon-Davies, and moderator (and ArtsScene Co-Chair) Alistair Henning.
Thanks to everyone who came out to our First Thursdays event at Centre A. The turnout was amazing for the launch of Leanne Dunic's book, "To Love The Coming End". We look forward to announcing details of our next event soon!
Join artsScene Vancouver March 2 for an arts and heritage tour that reflects the longstanding cultural history of Vancouver's Chinatown and the established and growing arts institutions within it.
Do you love the arts? Do you want to deepen your engagement and give back? Then artsScene Vancouver is looking for you. We’re searching for the next generation of business professionals who are passionate about the arts to join our team.
artsScene is a group of leading young professionals dedicated to fostering the growth of the arts in Canada through volunteerism, patronage and support. Its goal is to develop the next generation of business leaders who support the arts. Since its inception in Toronto in 2006, artsScene chapters have also been established in Halifax, Montreal, Ottawa-Gatineau, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, and Vancouver. artsScene is not only a local but a national network of like-minded young professionals who support the arts. artsScene™ is a program of Business for the Arts (BftA), a national non-profit organization dedicated to the support and promotion of business involvement in the arts.
Tell us why you want to get involved and email your resume and your favourite genres of art to email@example.com.
We’re always looking for great people!
artsScene Vancouver would like to invite you to a rooftop patio party with the Vancouver Art Gallery Young Associates!
boardLink Vancouver 2015 photos. It was a fabulous evening of young professionals and arts organizations mingling and connecting at the Law Courts Inn.