About the Season
Powell Street Festival Society’s programming includes a season of events (from October – July each year) and partnerships with other organizations throughout the year. This expansion of programs allows us to collaborate with other organizations, artists and communities that we wouldn’t normally have the capacity to during our festival weekend. We are also able to present in other venues and areas of the city and outreach to new audiences.
Season events include visual arts exhibits, performance events (like Spatial Poetics), concert series and film screenings.
Spatial Poetics XIII: WeMix
Spatial Poetics XIII: WeMix Thursday, July 3, 8pm 303 East 8th Avenue in the Luxe Hall, Vancouver Entry by suggested donation: $5 – $20 Featuring: KUH DEL ROSARIO… More ›
Sake Social 2013 • Sat, Jun 1st
7 to 10pm. Dr. Sun Yat Sen Garden (578 Carrall Street, Vancouver). Spend a delightful summer evening learning about the smooth, cool taste of Japanese rice wine while lounging outdoors at the beautiful courtyard …
WHAT IS HENKŌ? View the Site HENKŌ launched at Powell Street Festival 2012. HENKŌ takes the renga – a Japanese collaborative poem – and opens it to 21st… More ›
Surrogate Valentine • November 6, 2011
Co-presenting Western Canadian Premiere, Surrogate Valentine, on Sunday, November 6, 7:30pm, Cineplex Odeon International Village Cinemas. DIRECTOR: Dave Boyle, WRITERS: Dave Boyle, Joel Clark, Goh Nakamura, …
Screening of Spirit of Nihomachi by Greg Masuda
2011 Heart of the City Festival. Saturday October 29, 2011. 6pm at the Carnegie Theatre. As part of the Documentaries for the Thinkers program. Join filmmaker Greg Masuda for the test screening of a rough cut …
Open Doors Project
In collaboration with the Japanese Canadian National Museum (JCNM) and funded under the City of Vancouver’s Great Beginnings Project, the Powell Street Festival presents the Open Doors Project…. More ›
Lost and Found
The Lost and Found website is the second half of a collaborative project produced by Powell Street Festival (PSFS) and Access Artist Run Centre (VAARC) in 2006. Lost and… More ›