Festival Program Guide – the July Issue of The Bulletin/Geppo is out!
In partnership with The Bulletin/Geppo, our program guide is available at listed locations. You can also download the 2015 Festival Program Guide (PDF, 12.5 MB) and the 2015… More ›
Call for Volunteers for Against the Current, taiko extravaganza!
Make Your Own Salmon & Join the Performance! Sunday, August 2nd from 2 to 4:30pm Orientation for the show: 4:30pm at behind the yellow fieldhouse near the Children’s… More ›
Announcement: 2015 Powell Street Festival returning to Oppenheimer Park with mega-taiko event, David Suzuki and more!
We’ve revealed our locations and program of artists and activities for the 39th Annual Powell Street Festival running August 1st and 2nd, 2015 from 11:30am – 7:00pm daily!… More ›
Workshops with Master Noh performer
Tomoe Arts is organizing an intensive workshop in Japanese Noh theatre led by visiting master Noh performer YAMAI Tsunao. This 15-hour, four day workshop will introduce the art of Noh… More ›
Interesting Events coming up at the Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre
Check out these great upcoming Speaker Series talkes at the Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre. Follow the links to find out more information on their website. See you… More ›
Vancouver Taiko Society’s New Work in Progress
Katari Taiko, the first taiko group formed in Canada, is a constantly changing and intensely creative hybrid. On December 6, in celebration of its 35th Anniversary, Katari Taiko… More ›
Double your donation on GivingTuesday!
On GivingTuesday, December 2nd, 2014, Acxsys Corporation (the architects of the Interac network) will match online charitable donations made through CanadaHelps.org and paid using Interac Online.
Powell Street Festival 2014 Pictures
The 38th Annual Powell Street Festival was a great success! Thank you for all of you who made it out to the Festival this year! Special thanks to… More ›
Exhibition Closes Sept 13! Music Temple by Emi Honda & Jordan McKenzie
Honda and McKenzie began Elfin Saddle after migrating from Canada’s lush west coast to Montreal, transporting their nature-inspired, ethnically ambiguous folk creations to the urban environs of the east.
Thank you to the volunteers!
Along with another fantastic Powell Street Festival came another group of fantastic volunteers. Over 200 individuals formed a community, working together to make the best possible Festival. Their enthusiasm… More ›