Burnaby is quickly becoming known for its art scene. One of the backbones behind this trend is the Shadbolt Center for the Arts. Burnaby’s Shadbolt Center does not put on just a couple of events from time to time they have a whole season that covers 2013 and 2014. These events are a true look into the arts.
Art’s is often a polarizing subject. The stereotype is that it is for the people who stray a bit from the ‘norm’. This normally means that there will be one or two family members who are constantly pestering the rest of the household to go to a family event. The Shadbolt Center for the Arts Theatre season is a great time to get the household together in a Burnaby limousine and enjoy a great night.
On Friday May 9th, was Art Talk: A Contemporary Look at Northwest Coast Art. Gary Wyatt is well known in the arts world and will give and overview on all the various kinds of art currently popular in the Northwest. Art from Joe David, Thomas Cannell and Robert Davidson will be on display and discussed in depth.
The best part is that you can watch session like these in Burnaby for free. Given that you can pay up to $50 for a ticket for these kinds of lectures, you can splash out on your ride. The limousine is a way to ensure those who are reluctant to go are left with a great impression of the Arts evening.
June 10-August 11 is Baba’s House: Lucien Durey and Katie Kozak, a collaborative project that has strong Canadian affinity and an experience in its own right.
Whether you are located in Burnaby or not, Burnaby limousines can ensure that you arrive to the event on time.