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The Blue Cabin
The Blue Cabin Floating Artist Residency responds to a need for alternate modes of living and working.
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The Blue Cabin Sep 18
These beautiful walls. Jeremy and Sus Borsos removed the peeling paint, sanded the walls (they are now remarkably smooth), and applied a clear coat.⭐️
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The Blue Cabin Sep 14
The 1971 NFB – – documentary Mudflats Living is a gem. The Blue Cabin sat about a mile from the Maplewood Mudflats. Every now and then, Al Neil would canoe over to say “hello”. 📸Screenshot
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The Blue Cabin Sep 13
Canadian Art tells the Blue Cabin’s story in this wonderful piece written by Caoimhe Morgan-Fier. Thank you, 💙💙
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Vancouver Is Awesome Sep 13
85 kilograms of garbage was just pulled out of the Capilano River, right upstream from the suspension bridge
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Eve Lazarus Sep 13
Before the Aquatic Centre opened in the , there was the Crystal Pool at the foot of Nicola Street (1928-1974). Photos courtesy
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The Blue Cabin Sep 13
Canadian Art tells the Blue Cabin’s story in this wonderful piece written by Caoimhe Morgan-Fier. Thank you, 💙💙
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The Blue Cabin Sep 13
Great piece about UBC’s public outdoor art program – and their outdoor art curator, Barbara Cole, who also happens to be one of Blue Cabin’s founding partners.⭐️💙
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Eside Culture Crawl Sep 5
A reminder to film and video artists that the deadline to make a submission for Moving Art 2018, the Crawl's fifth annual curated projection of film and video is this Friday, September 7.
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Richmond Art Gallery Aug 31
starts tonight! So many sights, acts+things to eat in so little time! You need this guide. Lisa Birke + Terrance Houle at RAG come together with Different Ways showing 'Native and settler ways of being' & a history of cultural conflict.
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subTerrain magazine Aug 28
Six days left to submit to our Winter General Issue! Send us your best fiction, non-fiction, and poetry via Submittable or snail mail for your chance to be featured in subTerrain.
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The Blue Cabin Aug 31
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Belkin Art Gallery Aug 29
Hanging archival photos of Salish Weaving Guild members for our upcoming exhibition Collective Acts, opens September 4!
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Other Sights Aug 28
The Foreshore, a hot topic across the province these days:
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The Blue Cabin Aug 29
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Vancouver Is Awesome Aug 22
Here’s how you can help those affected by B.C.’s wildfires
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Vancouver Is Awesome Aug 22
City Life Savers putting on demonstration at English Bay Beach, 1936
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The Georgia Straight Aug 24
Vancouver police searching for missing 65-year-old visitor with dementia
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Belkin Art Gallery Aug 24
Sorry, Adolescent Gull, but we’re closed until September 4 when we open our next exhibition, Collective Acts - join us at the opening reception on September 6 at 6 pm!
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Vancouver Is Awesome Aug 22
This massive, endangered Leatherback turtle was just spotted off Vancouver Island. It's the size of a small car.
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Kevin C. Griffin Aug 20
I love this quote: "What happens in the Arctic doesn't stay in the Arctic." Good explanatory story about how the warming Arctic changes air flows over the planet - including here in B.C. - & increases wildfire risks.
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