Sad Mag presents a dance party with your favorites 80s, new wave and electro-pop covers. Vancouver music legends (or soon-to-be legends) will be singing their hearts out to songs by The Talking Heads, New Order, Cut/Copy, The Organ, The Knife, Humans and many more. The Gam Gallery will also be showing a sneak preview of artwork from the next issue.
Shared studio space includes 24 hour access to a secure building; internet; paint sink on same floor. We are looking for artists who are active in the field and interested in being a part of the Gam studio community. We can accommodate many types of media but are best suited for painters, drawers, graphic designers, …
Between the Lines
Mark Illing//Sean Karemaker//Laura McIntosh//Jon Shaw// Jordan Turner//Alison Woodward//
January 18 – March 1, 2013
Opening Reception: January 18, 8 – 12
with musical performance by Elise Hall-Meyer
Friday December 14th, 8:30 pm
We’ve got sets of all shapes and sizes,
We’ve got music, mood and booze,
We’ve got hecklers and hackers to holler at,
Now all we need is you.
Join us on Friday November 9th at 8 pm for some folk and blues by some charming men and our very own Jasmine Ohlhauser. Music to commence at 9:00pm. 5 bones.
Gam Gallery is pleased to present ‘what’s the matter?’ an exhibition featuring the undergraduate Contemporary Art Theory Class from the University of British Columbia.
Friday October 19, 8:30 pmWe’ve got sets of all shapes and sizes. We’ve got music, mood and booze. We’ve got what you’ve all been waiting for. Now all we need is you. 3 dollars for games. Zero dollars to chill.
Matias Armendaris’ series Nausea explores the standpoint of French Existentialist Jean-Paul Sartre and his physical representation of the melancholic experience as described within his novel by the same name.