40 things to do in Vancouver this week, July 18-22
MONDAY: Canadian psychobilly band The Brains play the Cabaret Fox.
MONDAY: The Japanese pop-rock quartet Scandal plays the Imperial Vancouver.
MONDAY: screening at Cinematheque from anime master Kon Satoshithe 2003 comedy Tokyo Godfathers.
MONDAY: screening at VIFF Center of the Rolling Stones concert documentary give me shelter as a member of Ragged Glory: Summer of the 70s film series.
MONDAY TO THURSDAY: Classical guitarists and music lovers can attend a week of concerts, masterclasses and workshops at the Vancouver Classical Guitar Festival at Vancouver Academy of Music.
MONDAY TO FRIDAY: The Imitation Game: Visual Culture in the Age of Artificial Intelligencea new exhibition in progress at Vancouver Art Gallery until October 23, investigates the extraordinary uses (and abuses) of AI in the production of modern and contemporary visual culture around the world.
MONDAY TO FRIDAY: new exhibit T. rex: the ultimate predator reveals the story of the world’s most iconic dinosaur through life-size models, fossil casts and engaging interactive elements. The exhibition runs until January 22, 2023 at scientific world.
MONDAY TO FRIDAY: in collaboration with the Winnipeg Art Gallery, the Vancouver Museum presents the traveling exhibition Boarder X until October.
MONDAY TO FRIDAY: Theater Under the Stars presents performances of the musicals Something rotten! and we will Rock Youoperating alternate evenings until August 27 at the Malkin Bowl.
MONDAY TO FRIDAY: All Under the Sun: In Memory of Andrew Gruft, one of the flagship exhibitions of the Capture Photography Festival, runs until September 11 at Vancouver Art Gallery.
MONDAY TO FRIDAY: Not Invited: Canadian Women Artists of the Modern Era brings together over 200 works of art from a generation of painters, photographers, weavers, beaders and sculptors. Until January 8, 2023, at Vancouver Art Gallery.
TUESDAY: the Jocelyn Pettit Band and Jocelyn Pettit & Ellen Gira play Mel Lehan Hall in St. James.
TUESDAY: screening at Rio Theater of The Vitch The Wild Vikings Saga of 2022 from director Robert Eggers The Nordic.
TUESDAY: LA alternative rock quintet The Airborne Toxic Event plays the Commodore Ballroom.
TUESDAY: North Carolina indie-rock quintet Rainbow Kitten Surprise plays the Orpheus Theaterwith guests dog mouth.
TUESDAY: screening at VIFF Center from the 1971 paranoid thriller Klutewith Jane Fonda, as part of the Ragged Glory: Summer of the 70s film series.
FROM TUESDAY TO FRIDAY: showing at the UBC Museum of Anthropology until January 1 is Xicanx: Dreamers + Changemakers / Soñadores + creators of the cambiowhich showcases the rich traditions of 33 Xicanx artists.
FROM TUESDAY TO FRIDAY: We were so far is a traveling exhibition presented at Vancouver Maritime Museum through November 27, which uses first-person narratives and archival footage to tell stories about the Inuit residential school experience.
FROM TUESDAY TO FRIDAY: the Arts Club Theater Company presents performances at Stanley Industrial Alliance Theater until July 31 Naughty bootsa Tony Award-winning musical that celebrates compassion and acceptance.
WEDNESDAY: The Ukrainian group Balaklava Blues performs with the Estonian duo Puuluup to Cabaret Fox.
WEDNESDAY: screening at Rio Theater of The unbearable weight of massive talentwith Nicholas Cage as Nick Cage.
WEDNESDAY: an evening of films on food and activism at the Vancouver Museum with documentary filmmaker and writer Cheuk Kwan.
WEDNESDAY: Seagrass Music Society presents a free classical piano recital by Rachel Kiyo Iwaasa as part of the Piano Diaries series.
WEDNESDAY: New York rapper, singer and actor Joey Bada$$ plays the Vogue Theater.
WEDNESDAY: American rapper, singer and record producer Blsxt plays the Commodore Ballroomwith guest Audrey Nuna.
WEDNESDAY TO FRIDAY: The ghosts of the machinea new exhibition curated by Elliott Ramsey that examines the relationship between humans, technology and ecology, runs until August 14 at the Polygon Gallery.
WEDNESDAY TO FRIDAY: the Bill Reid Gallery presents the exhibition True to location: stímetstexw tel xéltelwhich examines the work of 10 Northwest Coast Indigenous artists, until March 19, 2023.
THURSDAY: American indie rock singer-songwriter Cat Power plays the Vogue Theater on his Covers Tour.
THURSDAY: Drag Me to the Moon is an evening of music and astronomy for all ages under the dome of the Planetarium Star Theater at HR MacMillan Space Center.
THURSDAY: screening at VIFF Center from the 1971 coming-of-age comedy-drama Harold and Maud as a member of Ragged Glory: Summer of the 70s film series.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY: the four-day Fort Langley Jazz & Arts Festival features 60 bands on eight indoor and outdoor stages, as well as visual arts and children’s entertainment, at the Fort Langley National Historic Site of Canada.
FRIDAY: Lakeside Players presents a slight adaptation of the Robin Hood tales to Presentation House Theater.
FRIDAY: American improv and stand-up comedian and actor Sal Vulcano performs at Vogue Theater.
FRIDAY: the opening day of the three-day Mission Folk Music Festival features performances by Lone house painters, Kanatal, Aysanabee, crow quoteand Shred Kelly.
FRIDAY: New York guitar and banjo innovator Eugene Chadbourne plays Restaurant LanaLou.
FRIDAY: Canadian blues-rockers Big Sugar, with singer-guitarist Gordie Johnson, play the Commodore Ballroomwith guests the Congregation.
FRIDAY: nocturnal screening at Rio Theater of Nicolas Winding Refnthe hyper-stylized and gloriously violent neo-noir action-thriller from Conduct.
FRIDAY: Vancouver garage-surf band Dead Ghosts play SAGE roomwith guests Janky Bungag.
FRIDAY: Emo Night North at Rickshaw Theater features guest DJ Shane Told of Silverstein.
FRIDAY: Comedy here often? presents cabaret-comedy musician Shirley Gnome at the Biltmore Cabaret.
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