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127 Culturel, local ou saisonnier in British Columbia

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1 Surrey International Children's Festival - Surrey

13750 88 Avenue
Surrey, British Columbia
V3W 3L1
Toll-free
Phone604-501-5598

Daily from mai 25, 2017 to mai 27, 2017

The Surrey International Children's Festival takes place annually in the Spring, offering a chance for kids of all ages to learn and play! Featuring various local and international artists, exhibitions and great activities, it's fun for the whole family!

2 MOA presents Traces of Words: Art and Calligraphy from Asia - Vancouver

6393 NW Marine Dr.
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6T 1Z2
Toll-free
Phone

Daily from mai 11, 2017 to octobre 9, 2017

The Museum of Anthropology (MOA) at UBC presents the insightful and explorative new exhibition Traces of Words: Art and Calligraphy from Asia.

Honouring the special significance that written forms hold across many diverse cultures in Asia, the multimedia exhibition will examine the physical traces of words - spoken and recorded - that are unique to humans. From Sumerian cuneiform inscriptions and Qu'ranic manuscripts, to Chinese calligraphy and Afghan graffiti, the texts in many styles evoke both the ephemeral and eternal. Expertly curated by Dr. Fuyubi Nakamura (MOA Curator, Asia), Traces of Words will feature works by international artists making their Canadian debut: Shamsia Hassani, Kimura Tsubasa, Yugami Hisao, Nortse, Phaptawan Suwannakudt, and teamLab.

3 MOA presents Traces of Words: Art and Calligraphy from Asia - Vancouver

6393 NW Marine Drive
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6T 1Z2
Toll-free
Phone

Daily from mai 11, 2017 to octobre 9, 2017

The Museum of Anthropology (MOA) at UBC presents the insightful and explorative new exhibition Traces of Words: Art and Calligraphy from Asia. Honouring the special significance that written forms hold across many diverse cultures in Asia, the multimedia exhibition will examine the physical traces of words - spoken and recorded - that are unique to humans. From Sumerian cuneiform inscriptions and Qu'ranic manuscripts, to Chinese calligraphy and Afghan graffiti, the texts in many styles evoke both the ephemeral and eternal. Expertly curated by Dr. Fuyubi Nakamura (MOA Curator, Asia), Traces of Words will feature works by international artists: Shamsia Hassani, Kimura Tsubasa, Yugami Hisao, Nortse, Phaptawan Suwannakudt, and teamLab.

4 Terry Fox Exhibition - Victoria

Royal BC Museum
Victoria, British Columbia
V8W 9W2
Toll-free
Phone250-356-7226

Daily from avril 4, 2017 to octobre 1, 2017

Celebrate the achievements of one of Canada's greatest heroes-Terry Fox.

Terry Fox: Running to the Heart of Canada, created by the Canadian Museum of History, celebrates and commemorates the powerful story of a Canadian hero, a man with one leg, barely out of his teens, who ran the same distance of Paris to Cairo-while suffering from cancer.

5 Vancouver Maritime Museum presents The Lost Fleet - Vancouver

1905 Ogden Avenue
Vancouver, British Columbia
v6j 1a3
Toll-free
Phone

Daily from mars 24, 2017 to mars 25, 2018

The Lost Fleet investigates the unjust 1941 seizure of 1,200 Japanese-Canadian fishing vessels following the bombing of Pearl Harbour through a collection of historic photographs, models of Japanese-Canadian-built fishing boats, fishermen's tools, and replica documents. Visitors will also see an original shell fragment from Estevan Point lighthouse, which was attacked by a Japanese imperial submarine in June 1942, revealing the little known fact that enemy fire landed on Canadian soil during WWII. The Lost Fleet will shed important light on the pre-eminence of xenophobia in the province's history, how this led to the appropriation of Japanese-Canadian property, and ultimately the incarceration of an entire people.

Daily from mars 10, 2017 to janvier 28, 2018

The Museum of Anthropology (MOA) at UBC presents the thought provoking, socially and environmentally conscious new exhibition Amazonia: The Rights of Nature, on display March 10, 2017-January 28, 2018.

Curated by Dr. Nuno Porto (MOA Curator, Africa and Latin America), Amazonia explores the creative ideas that inspire Indigenous resistance to threats facing the world's largest rainforest. The exhibition features Amazonian basketry, textiles, carvings, feather works and ceramics both of everyday and of ceremonial use, representing Indigenous, Maroon and white settler communities. Today, these groups confront threats caused by political violence, mining, oil and gas exploration, industrial agriculture, forest fires, and hydroelectric plants.

Opening celebration: March 9, 7:00 pm-10:00 pm. Free admission.

7 Victoria Flea Market - Victoria

RCL Branch
Victoria, British Columbia
V8T 2W1
Toll-free
Phone250-381-5033

Weekly on Sunday from mardi septembre 20, 2016 to lundi octobre 2, 2017

Load up the wagon and join the gang for Sunday fun at the Victoria Flea starting at 9:00 am on October 2! We'll have tons of fabulous stuff gathered over the summer from our collector friends and new vendors with a host of interesting handmade items and special services. Fill your wish list and save your bank account by shopping at the Vic Flea every Sunday.

8 Our Living Languages Opens - Victoria

675 Belleville St
Victoria, British Columbia
V8W 9W2
Toll-free
Phone888-447-7977

Daily from juin 21, 2014 to juin 30, 2017

Discover the incredible diversity of First Nations languages in BC and the groundbreaking work underway to keep them alive in this new exhibition. The Royal BC Museum has partnered with the First Peoples' Cultural Council on this innovative exhibition that celebrates the resilience and diversity of First Nations languages in BC in the face of change. BC is one of the planet's most linguistically diverse regions. From a global perspective, it's known as a linguistic "hotspot" because of the diversity and vitality of our First Nations languages, of which 34 are spoken here. Visit this new exhibition and learn to say "welcome" in one of 34 languages. royalbcmuseum.bc.ca/languages

9 Miniature World - Grand opening of King Arthur's Camelot - Victoria

649 Humboldt St.
Victoria, British Columbia
V8W 1A7
Toll-free
Phone250-385-9731

Daily from mai 31, 2014 to décembre 31, 2023

Grand Opening May 31, 2014 of our latest and greatest creation - King Arthur's Camelot Our expansion includes eleven new exhibits depicting this timeless legend! Join us this Saturday and beyond to view Merlin's lair, Camelot castle, the lady of the lake, battlefields of jousting knights, the holy grail, the sword in the stone plus much more!

10 AVIVA Chorus Variety Fundraiser - Lantzville

7113
Lantzville, British Columbia
V0R 2H0
Toll-free
Phone250-713-5504

Saturday, May 27, 2017

Celebrating The Beauty of the Earth

Come dine out with AVIVA Chorus, the island's only LGBTQ2+ and allies choir as they present an engaging evening of professional and local entertainers. Doors open at 5:30pm.

AVIVA Chorus will be accompanied by locally and nationally renowned singer and songwriter Teri Wood, humorist/artist Sheila M. Norgate, and Nanaimo's own Poet Laureate Tina Biello.

AVIVA Chorus is a charitable not-for-profit society. This year AVIVA Chorus has chosen to donate to a local LGBTQ youth group.

Last year's show was sold out, so get your tickets early.

Tickets are $25 / $30 at the door.

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