Loved or loathed, it’s Valentines Day. While we work out our stance on ‘v-day’, one thing we do believe in at the MOV is reaching out, establishing new relationships, and constantly searching for that human connection. Since some shred of you likely believes in that too, we suggest you catch the final week of A Craigslist Cantata performed at the Arts Club Theatre by our friend Veda Hille.
On Loving… Vancouver Tourism has a new promotional tactic: high def music videos with local musicians. The video has some gorgeous panoramas of Vancouver – we’re wondering - does it has you convinced?
On loathing… The Dependent Magazine has released an in-depth portrayal of the Vancouver Sun’s Centennial Anniversay over the weekend. Apparently the ‘newspaper’ has some dark times in its history.
On leaving… Off to the Silicon Valley? We’re constantly interested in Vancouver’s ability to attract and produce a lot of talent. Apparently, according to the Tyee, we haven’t quite found an anchor to keep our entrepreneurs within city limits.
But maybe all that will change in the video game version of Future-Vancouver, wherein, 176 years from now, BC place transforms into a giant robotic spider to overtake our valiant heroes. Watch out!
This reminds us of a February 2012 depiction of Vancouver by Emily Carr students. The animated, Many Worlds, installation is currently up at video display terminals along the Canada Line.
Upcoming MOVeum: Catch Veda Hille here on March 30th for Songs of the False Creek Flats
[Image credit to Lauren Hyde]