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.
Thank you everyone who came out to the artsScene PEI launch event and to the team at Confederation Centre of the Arts for making it such a special evening. Wednesday night was the perfect launch for artsScene PEI.
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!
In collaboration with Winnipeg Wine Cru, artsScene Winnipeg invites you to a wine and artist pairing event where you can admire local featured artists while enjoying wines that complement their palettes!
Soulpepper and BftA share a mandate to build the next generation of artists, arts leaders, and philanthropists! In partnership with artsScene Toronto, join Soulpepper for their award-winning production of Kim’s Convenience and stay after the show to meet the Kims. Learn more about the artists and the production and find out what makes their community so special.
artsScene Winnipeg is excited to invite you to an exclusive show and tour with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet. Join us for a performance of Swan Lake, one of the most popular classical ballets of all time, and a post-show backstage tour and talk.
Our good friends, the Young Associates, have extended an invite to join them for an exclusive seating at RAW: almond on the river. There are limited tickets remaining for this seating and all other regular tickets have been sold out, so this is your last chance for the experience this year!
artsScene Halifax engaged with Dalhousie University Master students on the value of supporting the arts in your community, for both professional and personal development, no matter their career goals using the Atlantic Film Festival as a case study. The discussion focused on: