ART VANCOUVER 2020 POSTPONED
Vancouver, B.C. – The 6th annual Vancouver International Art Fair is coming up in a few short months and the program schedule is packed full of art entertainment, education and experience.
The art fair runs from Apr. 16–19 and each day offers something new and unique.
Apr. 16 – Dress to Express, our gala event, gives you the opportunity to wear that thing you’ve always wanted to but didn’t have the place for. Go wild! Dress up or dress down, just express yourself.
Face of Art Runway lets artists be seen alongside their artwork as they walk down the runway, allowing attendees to put a face to the piece.
Apr. 17 – Art Ignites begins the youth-centred program, designed for students from Grades 8 to 12 (1–5p.m.). Students get to participate in art workshops, speak to artists exhibiting at the art fair and take part in a panel discussion just for them. This event is open to everyone of all ages.
At night, come join us at Art Night Out, an evening of networking and connection. Taisha Teal and Skyla Wayrynen will take in a live performance of painting to music.
Apr. 18 – Watch participating art professionals in our Panel Talk as they discuss the topic of climate art.
Experience Art Masters, an art competition where eight artists get one hour and a unique box of supplies to create a one-of-a-kind work of art! This completely live event lets you witness and even participate in the creative process as you watch each artist from start to finish.
Apr. 19 – Join us for a day of artist demonstrations and individual talks, art workshops and classes.
About Vancouver International Art Fair
The Vancouver International Art Fair is a four-day event held April 16–19 at the Vancouver Convention Centre. More than 100 artists will display over 1,200 pieces of artwork. The art fair also includes an extensive program including the Speaker Series and panel talk, art demonstrations, guided tours and art classes.
About Art Vancouver
Art Vancouver was founded in 2015 by the Vancouver Visual Art Foundation. This local non-profit works to promote local Vancouver and British Columbia artists both within their community and across the world.