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A letter from Ballet BC’s Emily Molnar, Artslandia Ambassador

Dear Friends, Happy Spring! What a winter it has been. Congratulations to all for the amazing creative acts that have manifested through our city. A wonder it is to have such a breadth of ideas, experience and passion in our arts community. To both maker and viewer, thank you for participating and for making these moments important. At Ballet BC, ... Read More »

A Letter from Artslandia Ambassador—Emily Molnar

Dear Friends, I hope all is finding you well. Another year’s coming to a close and what a year it has been! It’s in moments like these that I find myself wanting to take a brief look back and contemplate on what has taken place and where I am going; checking in with myself and reflecting on how that connects ... Read More »

A Note from Artslandia Ambassador Emily Molnar

Dear fellow artists and art lovers, What a privilege it is to be the 2016-17 Artslandia Ambassador! I hope this note finds you well. Another season has begun! One can feel the studios of the city bursting with excitement and creativity as artists and organizations dive into the intimate process of creating and producing performances. It is a thrill to experience this ... Read More »

Announcing our 2016/17 Arts Ambassador—Emily Molnar

Here, we share with you our pick for Vancouver’s next arts ambassador. Without further ado (drumroll and trumpets)… In the fall of 2015, Ballet BC and Chor Leoni Men’s Choir shared the stage at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre for Program 1, in a spectacular collaborative work featuring the confluence of choral music and contemporary ballet. But the artistic directors at the helm of both companies, Emily ... Read More »

A Letter from Artslandia Ambassador Erick Lichte: “Seize the music of each and every day.”

Spring is a time of change and renewal. Lifeless trees give up their branches to delicate blossoms, and the earth—once cold and sleeping—yields to new-green plants and flowers. It’s a wonder to see Vancouver’s magical transition to spring, especially as the north shore mountains still looming large and wintry in the distance. The spring is also a time of renewal ... Read More »