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People You Should Know: Christina Myers

People You Should Know: Christina Myers

Former Burnaby NOW/New Westminster Record reporter has gone on to big things in the literary world. You can hear from her in a New Westminster Public Library author talk July 13.
Spectacular virtual reality public art experience coming to Vancouver (VIDEO)

Spectacular virtual reality public art experience coming to Vancouver (VIDEO)

You've never seen salmon like this. 🐟
The must-do list: 5 arty things to check out in Burnaby this week

The must-do list: 5 arty things to check out in Burnaby this week

tântê ê-wî-itohtêyahk? at Deer Lake Gallery features the work of four local Indigenous and BIPOC artists
National Film Board honours National Indigenous Peoples Day

National Film Board honours National Indigenous Peoples Day

A documentary by Burnaby filmmaker Christopher Auchter, Now is the Time, is one of those featured in the NFB's online learning portal
Cineplex announces reopening date for Burnaby movie theatre

Cineplex announces reopening date for Burnaby movie theatre

50-person limits for each auditorium
Burnaby artist uses art to tackle xenophobia, Islamophobia

Burnaby artist uses art to tackle xenophobia, Islamophobia

You can meet Taslim Samji and view her work online as part of the Vancouver Asian Heritage Month Society's interCONNECTED project
New West teen's new anthem offers a salute to grads of 2021

New West teen's new anthem offers a salute to grads of 2021

St. Thomas More Collegiate student Elizabeth Irving is channelling her love of music and her work with students with disabilities into a future in music therapy
Burnaby Art Gallery shows work of student artists living through COVID-19

Burnaby Art Gallery shows work of student artists living through COVID-19

The work of student artists from Kindergarten to Grade 12 is on display at the Burnaby Art Gallery as part of two exhibitions. The inspiration for both was taken from living through a global pandemic.
Virtual road trip to southern U.S. leads to scholarship win, solo show in Port Moody

Virtual road trip to southern U.S. leads to scholarship win, solo show in Port Moody

Nicole Ponsart, a Dr. Charles Best secondary graduate, is one of two winners of the 2021 Kwi Am Choi Scholarship through PoMoArts. The Port Moody arts hub will show Ponsart's first solo exhibit starting May 20.
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