This Sunday at 8pm at our old location (now Publication Studio) at 222 East Georgia, will be the third incarnation of the literary readings series LIT LIT LIT LIT. There will also be a publication launch of “Fragments of Bismuth”, a book of short stories by Alex Bovril, edited and designed by Steffanie Ling, and published...
Q&A: Ole Vezina, Dotted Publishing and WADEing Zine By Brynn McNab Ole Vezina, painter, current Vancouver Film School screenwriting student, special effects technician, and now independent publisher, founded Dotted Publishing, a Vancouver-based publisher of books, pamphlets, zines and extremities. For this interview, he sat down with Project Space to talk about DIY publishing, the relationship between image...
Review: Alexa Solveig Mardon, Migrant Bodies This artists’ book is the result of Migrant Bodies, a two-year research project created through a partnership between The Dance Centre (Vancouver), Circuit-Est centre chorégraphique (Montreal), Comune di Bassano del Grappa (Italy), The Croatian Institute for Movement and Dance (Croatia), and La Briqueterie – Centre de développement chorégraphique du Val-de-Marne (France). Migrant Bodies aims to use artistic and cultural tools to open...
Join Project Space for our Monthly Open Studio presentation of Wir Bauen Eine Neue Stadt (We Build A New City), an exhibition of photographic works based on themes of architecture and urbanism that features artwork by Rebecca Bayer, David Gregory and Ryan Ming.
Katherine Neil describes her experience of Mania Mag's Space Issue publication launch and gives her thoughts on the new issue.
In the latest iteration of Scrivener’s Monthly, an exercise in not publishing initiated by the Western Front, Nils Norman took the audience on a tour of the world’s playgrounds, with a focus on adventure playgrounds that provide children with tools, paints and materials to build their own play spaces.
This weekend, VA/BF exhibitors Late Cuts and Dog are hosting a print fair at Avenue (165 East Hastings). The event will feature installations by local publishers Late Cuts, Dog, Brick Press, General Delivery and record label 1080p.
Join Project Space for our Monthly Open Studio, "Studies and Measurements / Stairs," a photography exhibition by French artist Emile Rubino. Two special edition prints realized for the exhibition will be available for purchase at the event.
On Friday, May 29 Zine Club presents the Light Box Library series "Paranormal Activity (Disambiguation)," comprised of original works by local and international designers, as well as a curated selection from their 2014/15 zine collection.
On Friday, April 17 the collective SINELISMO will host a presentation and dialogue about their new compendium of written works.
In 2007 artists Kevin Romaniuk and Liam Hogan founded The Acid Sweat Lodge, an organization devoted to the preservation and dissemination of outsider culture in all its forms.
The title alone—I Could See Everything—evokes a sense of wonder. Imagine what you would see if you could see everything.