Festival

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    • Dina Goldstein
    • Dina Goldstein Studio

      1380 Napier St, Vancouver, BC V5L 3L6, Canada
  • Eric Deis

    • Eric Deis
    • Elissa Cristall Gallery

      2239 Granville St, Vancouver, BC V6H 3G1, Canada
  • The Long Wait

    • Michael Love
    • Café for Contemporary Art

      140 Esplanade E, North Vancouver, BC V7L 0B3, Canada
  • location/dis-location(s): reprise

    • Jayce Salloum
    • CSA Space

      2422 Main St, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Asleep In Your Branches

    • Tristan Casey
    • Positive Negative Gallery

      436 Columbia Street, Vancouver, British Columbia V6A 2R8, Canada
  • Capture Gala

    Fundraiser

    • Vancouver Photo Workshops

      14 W 7th Ave, Vancouver, BC V5Y 1L6, Canada

News

Capture Photography Festival Fundraiser tickets available now!

Capture Photography Festival Annual Fundraiser is fast approaching. Get your tickets now before they increase in price on January 22nd! The evening’s celebration will mark the launch of the Festival’s new ‘mini’ artist editions series.We’ve invited a select group of artists to contribute limited editions that, thanks to their ‘petite’ scale, are guaranteed to fit … Continued

Call for Events for the Capture Photography Festival!

Spread the word: Capture is looking for events to participate in the upcoming April 2015 Festival. If you have an event you think would suit the Festival then please follow the instructions below to submit! Capture Photography Festival 2.0 Call for Events Date: April 2015 Duration: One month Location: Metro-Vancouver The Capture Photography Festival returns … Continued

Dorothea Lange Documentary on PBS

Dorothea Lange (1895-1965) is recognized and celebrated for her iconic documentary photography of the striking poverty during the 1930s Great Depression Era, as well as her innovation to the genre of documentary photography. One of her most well known images, “Migrant Mother” (1936)  actually prompted the government to assist the community of which the Mother … Continued

The Aimia AGO Photography Competition Shortlist!

The Art Gallery of Ontario released the list of finalist for the aimia AGO prize for outstanding photography. Those shortlisted are not selected because of a single image, rather the artists are selected based on the work they have done over the past five or so years. The award is meant both as a recognition … Continued

Flats Block Party: Tomorrow!

We hope everyone is enjoying the summer sun! Tomorrow, Saturday July 12, Equinox gallery (Great Northern Way) and seven other galleries are hosting the second annual “Flats Block party” (“The Flats” as a district has fifteen galleries and artist run co-ops in total). Equinox Gallery is hosting the opening reception at 12pm with the accompanying … Continued

Interview: Olivia Bull from Gallery 295, The Juried Exhibition

Capture had the opportunity to interview Olivia Bull, one of the local budding photographers currently showing at Gallery 295. The gallery is connected to The Lab, and this is the second annual Juried exhibition. The closing reception is this Saturday, July 5, from 2-4pm. You can see details about the other photographers and the gallery … Continued

A Changing Granville Island

In 2016 Emily Carr University of Arts + Design is set to move Eastward from its beloved Granville Island roots to the Great Northern Way. This begs the question; what will become of the pulsing artistic space left behind? The building now makes up one fifth of all the buildings on the island, and anything … Continued

The New Polaroid Socialmatic Camera

Polaroid, the device responsible for the infamous nostalgic aesthetic, is coming out with a new digital version – the Polaroid socialmatic. The device is designed with a slim, square frame  to resemble a three dimensional app in form and colour –  It moulds digital camera, app, “phone” in the social media sharing sense, and old … Continued

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