Instant Coffee, Mr. Fire-Man and Publik Secrets are among the artists and art groups chosen for the 2015 Fieldhouse Studio Program by the Vancouver Park Board. Three of the fieldhouses will be shared by artists associated with the Vancouver Biennale.
We invite you to celebrate Martin Luther King Day with the Vancouver Biennale. We are celebrating his memory and the legacy of his speech “I Have a Dream”, each day of our exhibition. Through our Residency Program, which promotes Vancouver Biennale core values of exhibiting art that is a catalyst for both learning and social […]
This past spring, the Vancouver Biennale expanded its exhibition to North Vancouver with two public art installations along Upper Lonsdale, the headless Walking Figures and Meeting with its crouching red monks, as well as an indoor pavilion of Brazilian art in Shipbuilders Square.
The Vancouver Biennale has two notable distinguishing factors: it’s almost exclusively outdoors, and it lasts for two full years. Now in its third iteration, this unusual take on public art continues eschewing the rapidity that usually marks biennales, searching, instead, for more long-term engagement.