The last week of May begins today, so make the most of it with these seven great events happening in Vancouver Monday, May 28, 2018. There’s the Vancouver International Children’s Festival, Bike to Work Week, and more.
For more things happening around town be sure to check out our events section.
What: Hear about Kim’s journey in writing and directing Kamloopa, an Indigenous Matriarch play, and how that intersects with her work in cultural leadership. She will also talk about her Treaty with the Citadel and The Arts Club for her next play, Break Horizons.
What: Acclaimed Canadian artist Douglas Coupland is launching a new exhibition highlighting ocean plastic pollution at the Vancouver Aquarium this May. The year-long major sculpture Vortex exhibition aims to immerse visitors in a contemplative, emotive, and transformative experience. A large part of Coupland’s exhibit will be a “creative reimagining” of the Pacific Trash Vortex, also referred to as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
When: Now to May 2019
Time: 10 am to 5 pm
Where: Vancouver Aquarium – 845 Avison Way, Vancouver
What: Ballet BC is offering three, free dance rehearsals for dancers of all ages and abilities. No experience required. These rehearsals will prepare attendees to shine in community dance performances on June 1 at NBS Sharing Dance Day 2018 Vancouver and other NBS Sharing Dance Day events across the country.
When: Monday, May 28, 2018
Time: 5:30 to 7 pm
Where: Ballet BC – The Annex – 823 Seymour St., Vancouver