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Adopt an Artist

Adopt an Artist

Adopt an Artist: The Storm Crow Tavern Print Ready at the Vancouver Art/Book Fair Print Ready’s attendance at this year’s Vancouver Art/Book Fair is generously sponsored by The Storm Crow Tavern through Project Space’s Adopt an Artist program. Look for a special gift from The Storm Crow Tavern in your free VA/BF 2015 tote bag.   The Storm Crow...
Q&A: KIOSK

Q&A: KIOSK

Juli Majer, Cristian Hernandez, and Hugo Noriega are the organizers behind the print fair KIOSK (hosted at Avenue Gallery from June 20–21, 27–28, 2015). KIOSK is a print fair with contributions mostly from visual artists.
Q&A: Steffanie Ling, on LIT LIT LIT LIT and The Bartleby Review

Q&A: Steffanie Ling, on LIT LIT LIT LIT and The Bartleby Review

Test Excerpt Steffanie Ling is a Vancouver-based writer, curator at CSA Space, and co-editor of The Bartleby Review. Emma Metcalfe Hurst and Steffanie Ling started the reading event
Q&A with Lemmit Kaplinski: Talking creativity, gentrification and running an artist-run printing space in Tartu, Estonia

Q&A with Lemmit Kaplinski: Talking creativity, gentrification and running an artist-run printing space in Tartu, Estonia

Talking creativity, gentrification and running an artist-run printing space in Tartu, Estonia An Interview with Lemmit Kaplinski by Jessie McNeil Most of us here in Vancouver have not heard of a country called Estonia. And those of us that do know it, usually picture the medieval old town of the country’s capital city Tallinn, communist-era architecture reminding us of...
Q&A: Matt Van Asselt, Mt. Home Arts

Q&A: Matt Van Asselt, Mt. Home Arts

Mt. Home Arts is a publisher/label with a focus on limited edition, hand-made and hand-printed objects. They will be exhibiting at the Vancouver Art Book Fair this October, you can also check out their work at www.mthomearts.com. We talked to Matt Van Asselt to find out a little bit more about where Mt. Home Arts came...
Q&A: Sylvana D'angelo, How To Induce a Lucid Dream

Q&A: Sylvana D’angelo, How To Induce a Lucid Dream

Sylvana D’angelo is an artist, curator and designer based in Vancouver. Her upcoming gallery exhibition, How To Induce a Lucid Dream will be taking place this weekend, from August 13-15 at Shudder Gallery (433 Columbia Street). She is also a founding member of Zine Club, an international round robin of print distribution. As a collective their aim...
Monthly Open Studio: Wir Bauen Eine Neue Stadt

Monthly Open Studio: Wir Bauen Eine Neue Stadt

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.
Event Review: Mania Mag Launch

Event Review: Mania Mag Launch

Katherine Neil describes her experience of Mania Mag's Space Issue publication launch and gives her thoughts on the new issue.
Event Review: Scrivener's Monthly

Event Review: Scrivener’s Monthly

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.
Event: KIOSK Print Fair

Event: KIOSK Print Fair

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.
Monthly Open Studio: Emile Rubino

Monthly Open Studio: Emile Rubino

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.
Monthly Open Studio: Zine Club

Monthly Open Studio: Zine Club

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.