This year we had TWO official photographers, one of them an interesting 11 year old girl named Emma Fisher. Check out Emma’s Flickr set of IV13 photos. Girl’s got potential, hey?
Our official photographer this year was the talented Trevor Jansen, who for the last few years has volunteered his talent, energy and time. Check out Trevor’s Flickr set of #IV13 photos. I think you’ll agree it was an interesting evening. Please check out Trevor’s professional work at trevorjansen.com and consider hiring him for your upcoming photography needs! Read More
An important component of the brand new Interesting Vancouver brand identity are a serious of illustrations inspired by previous speakers. We are grateful to Vancouver-based illustrator Kirsti Wakelin for producing these fantastic drawings. Check out the rest of Kirsti’s work at www.kirstiwakelin.com.
The freshly printed programmes, name tags and thank you cards just arrived—now THAT’s interesting! Thanks to our support partners The Hot Charlottes for the design love and AJ Graphics for providing terrific (and fast!) printing services.
In this clip from Interesting Vancouver 2011, Vancouver photographer, designer, and educator Johnathon Vaughn Strebly shares stories about the history and meaning behind the art of tattooing—as well as his personal experience with over 70% of his body covered by tattoos! Interesting, right? There is no theme to Interesting Vancouver events except “interesting”. These events Read More
Tickets are sold out for the sixth consecutive year for Interesting Vancouver, but we encourage you to add your name to the waiting list in case there are cancellations or extra tickets released.
As with previous Interesting Vancouver, each ticket includes a variety of delicious appetizers served at the intermission break and after the speaker presentations. But this year we’re also hosting a very special pre-event dinner where 25 lucky attendees get to sit down with the speakers and organizers for a meal prepared by our partner The Read More
In this clip from Interesting Vancouver 2011, Vancouver designer, photographer and writer Todd Sieling shares his obsession for shoes hung from power lines, which he’s been photo documenting for over a decade, and offers some theories about why people do this strange act. Interesting, right? There is no theme to Interesting Vancouver events except “interesting”. Read More
C.R. Avery is a musicians’ musician, a songwriter, playwright, and poet. A one man travelling troubadour, his performances are unique and electrifying: he simultaneously beatboxes, sings, plays harmonica and a Herbie Hancock 80’s style red rocket keytar. C.R. Avery is admired by, and has performed with, Tom Waits, Ani DiFranco, Utah Phillips, Sage Francis and Read More
Ken Tsui is a filmmaker and pop-up event organizer. This year, he led the cultural rejuvenation of the Vancouver Chinatown Night Market as its program director. He is fascinated with cultural collaboration and how it can revitalize unexpected spaces. Ken will share his story about how Wu-Tang Clan’s debut album Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) Read More