Arts & Culture

September 13, 2022

Looking for exhilaration? Try Scottish country dancing, says Burnaby club

“It's not just for people who have Scottish blood... I discovered this in my 20s, and I wondered why I hadn't heard about it sooner.”

September 12, 2022

What to do around Burnaby’s Royal Oak Station

You don't need to leave the city to find something fun to do.

August 29, 2022

9 movies and shows you didn’t know were filmed at SFU Burnaby

The new Percy Jackson and the Olympians (2023) is one of the many you'll be surprised to see on this list

August 19, 2022

A tiny guild with heart: Meet Burnaby’s master quilters

“Sometimes we just think we're just a tiny little guild and don't really matter that much, but I think we do. And I want to tell the world that we're here.”

July 14, 2022

The write stuff: Burnaby workshop for newcomers fosters community through stories

A Burnaby-based organization recently published a children's story book using tales created in its writing workshop for Canadian newcomers.

June 23, 2022

Sacred skin: Exhibition showcases stories and significance behind Indigenous tattooing

SFU and Full Circle are hosting the sacred skin exhibition, a showcase that highlights the work of seven Indigenous tattoo artists from across the continent.

June 22, 2022

OPINION: Metrotown’s public art misses the mark

"Public art policies play a role in community resilience, even more so during the COVID-19 pandemic."

June 16, 2022

Exploring the art around Century Gardens and Deer Lake Park

There is so much history behind all of these pieces of art

June 14, 2022

Dungeons and Worry Dragons: How the popular roleplaying game takes on a therapy lens at SFU

A longtime Dungeons and Dragons fan has found success running a therapeutic version of the game for SFU students with social anxiety.

June 13, 2022

A new Indigenous Truth and Reconciliation crosswalk will soon be installed in North Burnaby

Thanks to the work of a group of local elementary school students and a local Coast Salish artist.