Vines is an arts organization and festival that is responsive to and nurturing of artists that are working toward land, water, and relational justice. We support underrepresented voices in developing their work. We bring imagination into everyday spaces by presenting work for free on “earthstages” – populated and natural public spaces in Vancouver and throughout the province.
Vines Art Festival is committed to capturing the imaginations of new audiences and inserting creativity into Vancouver’s everyday public spaces.
We stage work in pedestrian, open-air settings so audiences will happen upon public art, finding delight in the unexpected beauty and power of the stunning Coast Salish Territory. We present a wide range of disciplines and cultures, reinforcing the reality that each art form and each community has a deep-rooted tie to the earth and a story to go along with it. Vines shares thought-provoking art that tackles environmental justice with various approaches that are inclusive of diverse ages, genders, abilities and cultures; granting each individual the possibility to access, engage, and participate in creation or performance.
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VINES ART FESTIVAL ARTIST APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN! SPREAD THE WORD! After such a brilliant return last year with our Feast Year Festivities, we are excited to begin to lay the groundwork for our 8th year of Vines Art Festival. APPLICATION DUE: February 1, 2022 at 11:59...
We have so much gratitude for each one of you! The full Gratitude Report can be read here: https://vinesartfestival.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/Gratitude-Report_2020_V4_spread.pdf Artwork by Ivan So
Group Art Show: Dec 1-20th Artists: TJ Felix, Kitty Guerin and Erica Masuskapoe Opening event: Dec 4 2-5PM - Registration link in bio Hosted by Vines Art Festival at Access Gallery Gallery Hours: Wed 12-5, Thu 12-7, Fri 12-7, Sat 12-5 + open Dec 19 and 20 12-5 We will...
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VINES ART FESTIVAL
Vines Art Festival takes place on the unceded territories of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh peoples.
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