“Through being at the Vines Art Festival and watching Saving Mother I connected deeply to the performers story and was grateful to be able to better understand the the truth of Canada’s relationship with First Nations people.”

Youth Program Mentors Announced!

Each year, Vines Art Festival hosts a free multi-week performing arts program for youth aged 16-24 to develop their skills and test their mettle in a safe, supportive environment. Under the tutelage of several fantastic multidisciplinary local artists, youth...

2018 Vines Throwback with The Daily Hive

A Look Back at Past Festivals Now that the Vines Art Festival team is finalizing the details for our 2019 festival, we got to thinking about how incredible some of the pervious festivals have been. We were looking through photos from past events, but the excitement...

Vines Jobs!

photo: Sheng Ho Artist: Onibana Taiko Producer JOB DESCRIPTION: This is a part-time contract position that starts with minimal hours and gradually ramps up towards Vines 2019 Festival. The producer position is ideal for someone in the arts world that enjoys working...

ASL Interpretation for Vines Art Festival events Video by  Ladan Sahraei who is doing ASL interpretation, with information on two event dates that will include August 8th 2018, and August 18th 2018. WEDNESDAY, AUG 8 | GRANVILLE ISLAND (1404 Anderson St)...

Accessibird – Tom Catyr Todd

Accessibird is an art project that uses the land, specifically birds, to help us understand our relationship to accessibility. The birds give the project humour and honesty to a subject that is easy to overlook. I’ve made wooden and paper signs that will be placed...

Vines Inaugural Youth Program

In its inaugural formation, Vine’s youth program has brought together a cohort of young creatives, asking them to consider their position on this land and in its future as the uniting purpose for their time together. Over the course of eight weeks, they’ve explored...


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Vines Art Festival takes place on the unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh peoples.



Pandora Fieldhouse
2325 Franklin Street
Vancouver, BC 
V5L 1S2