art\'s birthday starts 2010 public art program
The bright lighting project of the city is different. Art is not permanent. Sculpture-
It\'s like a work for Vancouver\'s famous attractions or the West End.
Part of the project, Art in bright light is on the east side of the city center
It will almost end by February.
To be more precise, it enters and exits near the $5 million bike trail and pedestrian street.
When it\'s done-it should be fast-it\'s going to connect the North fake Creek with Burrard Inlet to complete a loop around the city center and Stanley Park.
All activities and artists in bright light.
The bright lights began in January.
It is located on the green channel of Carral in Hastings.
This is an important day in the history of the art world, because it marks.
On the day of 1963, French artists decided that art was born when a dry sponge was thrown into a bucket of water.
The name of this person does not matter, nor does a sponge or bucket exist.
According to Felipe, it is important to see art as a permanent creation.
Filliou is part of an art movement that has a rather disrespectful attitude towards art, which is equivalent to challenging every art conference, especially art as a commodity that can be commercialized
What does Filliou have to do with public art during 2010 Olympic Games?
Well Filliou has been to Vancouver several times in his 1970 s and found a natural home among the avant-garde artists of one of the most memorable and popular Fluxus
When running for mayor in 1974, there was a show of style with the slogan: election of a madman for mayor.
He lost, but his brazen attitude towards the political process caused a lot of headlines.
Since then, the birthday of art has continued through the loose relationship between friends and artists-The Eternal Network
Run space around the world.
But back to the bright light.
All activities and performances are free of charge.
They run from the middle.
Unless otherwise stated, February-March 20 or 21.
Here are some of the highlights that attract cultural attention: * will be a large-
Performing Art works of collective scale by Vancouver artists.
It is described as the dramatic rumble of Andy Livingstone Park choreographed from 8 in the eveningm. to 11 p. m.
Wednesday, February. 24.
* Center A will be the host of the latest incarnation planned by Brian moonhill.
The video forecast of the tea party held at the same time in other cities will be projected on the outside of the gallery, while across the street from Pigeon Park, passers-by can enjoy lively discussion and aroma from the flowing tea cart
* For anyone with a winter or seasonal emotional disorder, the artist collective will present a complete
Spectrum light bar installation and light treatment, light lecture, light show, Light Reading and light rock place located at 33 West Cordoba Street/Blood Alley.
* Ceremony parade designed to cross the eastern district of the city center from 7 to 9 on March 7m.
The event will be performed and curated by dance choreographer, Colleen Ranki\'s work and Jamison Carnegie Centre troupe.