Festival

  • construct: past, present and future visions

    • Canada Line

      Olympic Village Station, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • We do not know when we started, we will not know when we will end

    • Christopher Lacroix
    • Canada Line

      Broadway-City Hall Station, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Fragments of a River

    • Angela Blažanović
    • Canada Line

      King Edward Station, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Self-portrait with mended flesh

    • Manuel Axel Strain
    • Canada Line

      Aberdeen Station, Richmond, BC, Canada
  • Schilling’s House

    • Emily Neufeld
    • Canada Line

      Lansdowne Station, Richmond, BC, Canada
  • Cut and Paste

    • Elizabeth Zvonar
    • Billboard: Fraser St at 15th Ave (across from Grey Church)

      Fraser St & East 15th Avenue, Vancouver, BC
  • FLOOD (Displaced Horizon)

    • Howard Ursuliak, Kyle Juron, Barbara Cole, Lorna Brown, Marko Simcic, Colin Griffiths
    • Billboard: Expo Blvd

      80 Expo Blvd, Vancouver, BC V6B, Canada
  • Absence/Presence

    • Christina Leslie, Bidemi Oloyede
    • Billboards: Arbutus Greenway, between Burrard St & Fir St

      1654 W 6th Ave, Vancouver, BC V6J 1R3, Canada
  • A Vase with Pale Roses (Animations on Still life)

    • Elisabeth Belliveau
    • Mount Pleasant Community Art Screen

      E Broadway & Kingsway, Vancouver, BC V5T 4S9, Canada
  • Plymouth Rock

    • Moyra Davey
    • Stadium–Chinatown SkyTrain Station

      Stadium-Chinatown Station, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Counter-Illumination

    • Kapwani Kiwanga
    • BC Hydro Dal Grauer Substation

      944 Burrard Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Choo Choo Williams at the Harlem Nocturne

    • Deanna Bowen
    • Billboard: Fraser St at 15th Ave (across from Grey Church)

      Fraser St & East 15th Avenue, Vancouver, BC
  • Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Nation Basketball

    • Alana Paterson
    • Stadium–Chinatown SkyTrain Station

      Stadium-Chinatown Station, Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • Signals in the Sea

    • Christina Battle, Eshrat Erfanian, Susan Schuppli
    • Billboards: Arbutus Greenway, between Burrard St & Fir St

      1654 W 6th Ave, Vancouver, BC V6J 1R3, Canada
    • Billboard: E 5th Ave and Quebec St

      E 5th Ave and Quebec St, Vancouver
  • Fraser River Families

    • Diamond Point
    • Canada Line: Richmond–Brighouse Station

      Richmond-Brighouse Station, Number 3 Road, Richmond, BC, Canada
  • W-E-L-C-O-M-E to PoCo

    • Evann Siebens

News

Capture 2017 highlights

Capture 2017 came to a close on April 28. We’re pleased to announce that this year’s Festival was 150% the size of last year’s festival, including: – 7 new Public Art projects across Metro Vancouver – The first-ever Vancouver Photo Book Fair – 90 exhibitions, including 1 Feature, 38 Selected, and 51 Open exhibitions – 150+ local and … Continued

Capture is hiring!

The Capture Photography Festival is seeking a qualified and enthusiastic Festival Program Manager for the April 2018 Festival. This is a temporary maternity leave position beginning August 2017 to June 20, 2018, with the possibility of extension. Application deadline: 
June 12, 2017 About the Capture Photography Festival Launched in 2013, the annual not-for-profit Festival strives to … Continued

The Loden Hotel concierge suggests

The 2017 iteration of the Capture Photography Festival is bigger than ever. With 10 public art projects and over 80 exhibitions to see, it’s difficult to know where to start! Allow the Loden Hotel concierge to assist you. Below is a list of recommended public installations, exhibitions, and events. For your convenience, all are located in Vancouver’s … Continued

Volunteer with Capture Photography Festival

Without the help and dedication of our volunteers, Capture Photography Festival would not be able to program such a broad range of projects, exhibitions, and events. Interested in joining us? Our dedicated volunteers are vital to the success of the Festival each April. Festival volunteers assist in a variety of roles in the following areas: … Continued

Submissions

Submission to the Capture 2017 Selected Exhibition Program is now closed. Open Exhibition Program and Event submissions for the 2017 Festival will be considered until December 31, 2016. Please email [email protected] for more information.

Capture Annual General Meeting 2016

Join us! The Annual General Meeting (AGM) for members of the Capture Photography Festival Society will take place on Thursday, September 22, 2016 at 1:45pm at PricewaterhouseCoopers Place (Swinton Room, 700-250 Howe Street,Vancouver, BC V6C 3S7). The AGM is open to all members who RSVP to [email protected] by Tuesday, September 20, 2016. Attendance at the AGM … Continued

City of Richmond and Capture Photography Festival public art project artist call

The City of Richmond Public Art Program in collaboration with the Capture Photography Festival seek photography-based submissions for the No. 3 Road Art Columns at Lansdowne and Aberdeen Canada Line Stations. We aim to encourage artists and artist teams residing in British Columbia to submit a proposal for new work that considers the ongoing relationship … Continued

GUEST BLOG POST: Beyond composition: critiquing social network imaging whilst reconsidering our digital future

Beyond composition: critiquing social network imaging whilst reconsidering our digital future Sylvia Grace Borda MFA Intersections: Analog and digital photography Photography at its advent in the early 19th century was criticized as a technological hand maiden. It was considered to distance the practitioner from real processes and representation. Where was the technique if the photographer only … Continued

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