• Black Panther on Blu Ray

    May 18

    Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther,” the highly celebrated story of T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman), an African prince who takes on the mantle of King and Super Hero, has thrilled and inspired generations

     
  • World Shuffle Playlist

    May 18

    Enjoy music from Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, Kiran Alhuwalia and a special interview with Anandita Basu!

     
  • Vancouver Jazz Festival

    May 16

    Coastal Jazz presents the 33rd TD Vancouver International Jazz Festival bringing together the world’s best artists together with audiences over ten days, June 22 - July 1, 2018

     
  • Art For Peace Contest

    May 14

    The Art4Peace program uses art to pursue the GPA mission “to empower people and their educational,cultural and other grassroots networks to build and sustain a culture of peace for future generations

     
  • Voices for the Salish Sea

    May 11

    Join Tiller's Folly, The Wilds and British Columbia Boys Choir with special guest Ta'kaiya Blaney celebrating the Salish Sea through songs and stories.

     
  • Sufi Songs of the Soul

    May 11

    FREE CONCERT: Experience the connection between music and meditation with Anandita's fusion of Sufi and Indian Classical vocals.

     
  • Wajd: Songs of Separation

    May 11

    Inspired by the traditional music of Syria, director Amar Chebib traveled to Aleppo in 2010. Six months later the revolution began. Wajd shares the stories of three musicians turned refugees.

     
  • Indian Music Society

    May 10

    Come witness the maestros of Benares - Pandit Rajan & Sajan Mishra - as part of their acclaimed world tour 'Bhairav Se Bhairavi Tak', accompanied by Sumit Mishra on Harmonium and Vineet Vyas on Tabla.

     
  • Vancouver Children's Fest

    May 09

    Head down to Granville Island for the Vancouver International Children’s Festival May 28th to June 3rd! Enjoy spectacular performances from around the globe for kids and families of all ages.

     
  • Weaving Reconciliation

    May 09

    Twinning together Indigenous storytelling, cultural teachings, songs, authentic languages and the ancient stick game of Slahal. Audiences are witnesses to the sharing of cultural practices.