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Michael Bublé lends his voice to Arts Club fundraising appeal

Michael Bublé lends his voice to Arts Club fundraising appeal

Burnaby’s homegrown superstar wants to help the company recover after 15 months of suspended operations and $13 million in lost ticket revenue
Burnaby percussionists perform in Music on Main's free virtual festival

Burnaby percussionists perform in Music on Main's free virtual festival

The Listening. Together. festival runs from May 14 to 18, with five days of free online performances, artist talks and chances to learn about music
Burnaby, New West artists part of ParkerArtSalon 2021 event

Burnaby, New West artists part of ParkerArtSalon 2021 event

Parker Street Studios artists are offering a hybrid event in the face of COVID-19, with in-person exhibitions and an online auction benefiting the Beedie Luminaries scholarship program
Burnaby Arts Council set to host two new exhibitions in May

Burnaby Arts Council set to host two new exhibitions in May

Deer Lake Gallery will host two shows exploring the relationship between nature and the constructed world: David Righton's Instinction, and Kevin Lanthier's Human: Nature
Burnaby seeks artists to showcase at outdoor performance series

Burnaby seeks artists to showcase at outdoor performance series

Performers are encouraged to apply to the Burnaby Festivals Office to perform at events like Canada Day and other live arts programming
Burnaby Potters' Guild holds virtual Mother's Day event

Burnaby Potters' Guild holds virtual Mother's Day event

Non-profit artisans' group can't hold its regular in-person exhibitions during COVID-19, so it's pivoted to an online space
Step into the life and work of Leonardo Da Vinci with new immersive 'sensory exhibit' coming to Metro Vancouver

Step into the life and work of Leonardo Da Vinci with new immersive 'sensory exhibit' coming to Metro Vancouver

The "sensory celebration" of the life, artistry, and inventions of Leonardo Da Vinci is making its Canadian debut here
'Carbershop' chorus keeps harmony alive in Burnaby through COVID-19

'Carbershop' chorus keeps harmony alive in Burnaby through COVID-19

With a little ingenuity and a lot of technology (microphones, mixing board and an FM transmitter), the Vancouver Thunderbirds barbershop chorus has found a way to keep rehearsals going through the pandemic
Burnaby, Royal City Gogos part of Canadian fundraising concert effort

Burnaby, Royal City Gogos part of Canadian fundraising concert effort

Grandmothers to Grandmothers campaign groups across the country are hosting the virtual concert on April 15 to help African grandmothers facing the double pandemic of HIV/AIDS and COVID-19
B.C. arts groups get money – but no change in ban on live events

B.C. arts groups get money – but no change in ban on live events

B.C. government announces $16 million in funding to help arts and culture groups, but Premier John Horgan says a ban on live events isn't going to change any time soon