For over thirty years Louise Francis-Smith has focused her lens on the architecture and people in the streets of Historic Chinatown and the Downtown Eastside. The derelict and the patina, old and new, ruin and renovation, collide in images that belong to the decades-old genre of street photography, revealing the human condition below the surface of things.
Gam Gallery is pleased to present an animation screening and artist talk with Michelle Weinstein in conjunction with her current exhibition, Mars Pamphleteer.
You are invited to attend Swarm, the annual festival of artist-run culture, at the ACME Studios. This one night event opens the building to the public with multiple exhibition spaces, open studios and entertainment.
In this series of sculptural wood compositions Ghazel Abassalian explores the innate beauty of the material.
Mars Pamphleteer is an experimentation and a fusion of two prospects –composite photos taken by the robotic mars rovers, and the conspiracy theory expounding that the original U.S. moon landing of 1969 was staged in a movie studio.
Join us at the Gam Gallery for a hot summer night of musical jams. Doors @ 8:30 PM – 5 bones Drink special: Bourban Lemonades + cheap beers SKINNY KIDS – http://skinnykidsband.bandcamp.com/ REVERB DRENCHED SURF STOMPERS FROM VANCOUVER HALLOW MOON – http://neptoonrecords.bandcamp.com/album/hallow-moon Hallow Moon is a group of musicians from the West Coast of northern …
We all know that spring brings the buds, the blooms and the bees. For artists, it also brings the fruit of the focused months of work through the winter. Tarah and I often talk about how spring is a time for renewal and reinvention, even more so than New Years. The tradition of spring cleaning …