City Opera Vancouver, a constituent member of the Community Arts Council of Vancouver, is pleased to announce auditions for its next main-stage production, THE LOST OPERAS OF MOZART / 2016.
These are three that Mozart (then in his early 20s) began but never finished. Two are Italian comedies, and the third a German romance. Our project is a reconstruction, telling three stories in one event -- with one cast, one orchestra, in three evenings of laughter and joy.
A producer is sitting in a darkened theatre, contemplating his next project. To his astonishment, the Gates of Limbo open and out come come ghosts, lost souls who have been waiting 200 years to be born.
They beg the producer for life, and for a chance to sing. They have been rehearsing for 200 years and, unfortunately, squabbling as well. The producer agrees, but on one condition...
19 and 20 September
21 September
Tom Lee Music Hall, Third Floor, 929 Granville Street, Vancouver

BEING Animal ensemble Photo By Chantele Fry
BEING Animal at the Vancouver Fringe Festival
Sculpture Grove, Granville Island (The grassy area with the large sculpture behind Performance Works)

Friday, September 11, 6-6:45pm
Saturday, September 12, 2-2:45pm
Sunday, September 13, 2-2:45pm
Friday, September 18, 6-6:45pm
Saturday, September 19, 2-2:45pm
Sunday, September 20, 2-2:45pm
Tickets are $14 plus a one time $5 Fringe membership and are available at

This September, as part of the Vancouver Fringe Festival, Theatre Terrific invites you to join them at BEING Animal – a large scale, site specific show featuring a 10+ person cast, puppets, choral work, dance and live music. BEING Animal addresses why it is vital for us as human beings to collaborate and ultimately repatriate ourselves as good citizens of the natural world in order to survive as a species.  It makes us look, listen and reassess what we have deemed as ‘present’ - as ‘being’ - in this world.  What voices have we forgotten?  What fellow citizens have we ignored?  What can we do?  We are animal.  
BEING Animal ensemble Photo By Chantele Fry
More information is available at or
BEING Animal is directed by Susanna Uchatius (I Love Mondays, Water, & Engi’s Eye) and James Coomber, who also composed the original music (Jessie Richardson Nomination for Outstanding Sound Design for Mother Teresa is Dead). It features a large inclusive ensemble of all abilities, including actors with physical, mental and developmental challenges. The creative team includes Sabrina Evertt (Costume Coordinator), Tim Gosley (Puppet Designer; Sesame Park, Fraggle Rock, & The Muppets), and Angelo Moroni (Musician; Water & I Love Mondays) with stage management by Miranda Sandberg (Three Tall Women [Western Gold] & The Three Cornered Hat [Mascall Dance]).


The Glamour of Zhongshan - Chinese Zhongshan Watercolour Painting Exhibition

Opening reception: Sunday August 16, 2015 3:30pm
Exhibition dates: August 16 - 20, 2015 11am-5pm daily
Chinese Cultural Centre Museum, 555 Columbia Street, Vancouver, B.C. V6A 4H5
Inquiries: 1.604.658.8880


The Roundhouse | Exhibition Hall

Cost Free

Event Details

Art should be accessible to everyone. That is the spirit behind Papergirl, the pedal-powered project that combines art, philanthropy and bikes. Papergirl is an international art movement that started as a redefinition of street art, bringing together artists of all levels, ages and backgrounds from all over the globe. Papergirl is driven by volunteers and brings out the spirit of giving and sharing for everyone involved.

All art collected will be exhibited at the Roundhouse. Papergirl volunteer cyclists will then set out across the city along a secret route to deliver all the works directly into the hands of unsuspecting members of the public. It’s the art of giving art.

Visit our website to learn more about the project, upcoming workshops and events, and how you can get involved.

Dates, Information

Mon Aug 24 – Fri Aug 28
Exhibition Hall

Exhibition Reception
Tue Aug 25

Twitter @PapergirlVan

Call for Submissions

We want to see your work in this year’s exhibition. To learn how to submit your work please visit our website:

Enchanted Evening Concert Series by Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden

·        Join us this summer for a beautiful evening of live music & dinner in the Garden.

·       Spend your summer nights dining and dancing as you drink in the sights of Vancouver’s own urban oasis at this year’s Enchanted Evenings Concert Series by the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden. Intended to stop you in your tracks, the Garden takes on added dimensions of intimacy and magic at sunset and you’re invited. Be taken away with our widely celebrated line-up of performers and enjoy gourmet picnic dinners by the award-winning Emelle’s catering. From the sultry and seductive vocals of Chanteuse Deanna Knight to the invigorating reverberations of Steinway grand pianos, you are sure to leave inspired.

·       Cost: From $20 - $50

·       Ages: 19+

·        Date: July 16,23,30 August 6,13,20

·       Time: Doors open 7:00pm, concert begins 8:00pm

·       Location: 578 Carrall St. Vancouver BC

Vincent Wong, , 604-662-3207 ext 208



Northville: A Rock Opera

Event Details

Singing bike couriers, sexy politicians and Native elders rock their way through this story of life, love, politics and industry in the Pacific Northwest. Join us for a free outdoor concert featuring selections from Northville, a new Canadian rock opera. Created by William Moysey, Daniel Deorksen and Varya Rubin.

Dates, Information

Thu Aug 20, 1-2pm
Cost Free
Turntable Plaza

A Roundhouse partnership



Papergirl Vancouver is open to everyone of all ages so COME ONE COME ALL! Whether you are a girl or a guy, a professional or a novice, the Papergirl project invites YOU to submit your work! We hope to inspire you to get in touch with your creative side, and connect with the Papergirl community!

You don’t have to be from Vancouver submit your work, in fact we encourage local, national, and international artists to participate! In previous years we have had art from Japan, Australia, Poland and Germany to name a few.

All art will be documented and added to our Flickr gallery, and we will add you to our contributing artist page, so if you have a website make sure you let us know! We will also add you to our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter accounts and will share our excitement that you have donated your work to our project.



We ask that you fill out a submission form so that we have all your details in case we need to contact you. This form also acts as a release to allow us to photograph your work and share it on our social media channels and website. We want to show you off as much as possible!

Drop off your art in person at Roundhouse!

Roundhouse Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday 9 am-10 pm,
Saturday-Sunday 9 am-5 pm

OR ...

Papergirl Vancouver
c/o Roundhouse Community Arts &
Recreation Centre
181 Roundhouse Mews
Vancouver BC, Canada
V6Z 2W3


Medium: The artwork can be anything from drawings, digital art, photography, prints, sketches, poetry, zines, stickers, and textiles. You know all those amazing images you have sitting on your computer from your travels or those sketches you have piling up under your bed? Those are PERFECT for Papergirl so think about donating them : )

Quantity: You can submit up to 20 originals, prints, photos, copies, etc. that you like and we encourage you to send multiples of your work so it can be put into multiple art rolls. Please note that will might not be able to display all your work in the exhibition, but we will make sure it gets out into the hands of the public!

Content: We don't want to cramp your style or censor you, but remember that your work will find its way into the hands of a stranger, so keep it free of any advertisements or any racist, sexist, or otherwise overtly offensive and derogatory content.

Must be Flexible: We roll up all of the art, so it must be made of a material that can be rolled or folded. We also have to be able to carry these while on bikes, so keep that in mind when thinking of size.

It Must be Dry and Fixed: We are open to whatever medium you choose to use, but please send us work that is totally dry and fixed. This means all paint, glue, charcoal, pastels, graphite, glitter, confetti, etc. We hate to see your work get smudged from handling, or torn because it's sticking to itself or other pieces of art. Make sure any excess medium is shaken off and/or fixed on.

It Must be Yours: All art donated by YOU must be made by YOU!

Sign Your Work: We encourage the people that receive the art to contact the artist, and often they do! In fact we have even had artists get work commissioned by the person who received the work. So please be sure to put your name on the back of your work, and make sure it's legible. 

If you have a website, Instagram, or Twitter, feel free to include those as well. If you wish to remain anonymous, that's ok too.


International Disability Film, Culture, & Art Festival

The Roundhouse | Performance Centre & Exhibition Hall

Cost: Free

Event Details

To kick off Project EveryBODY, watch award-winning films, enjoy mixed-media art, and live performances at the 2015 Vancouver International DisAbility Short Film, Art, and Culture Festival. The main theatre will feature live performances and award-winning films, while in the Exhibition Hall, an art social and sale will run throughout the day and into the night. Soak up the electric atmosphere and take in some of the finest examples of creativity that Vancouver (and the world) has to offer both on and off the big screen. See you on the red carpet!

Dates, Information

Wed Sep 16, 2-8pm
Performance Centre, Exhibition Hall

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