Gardens are universal, but why do we actually create them? According to Glenn Lewis, gardens perhaps evoke a utopian ancestral memory of a time when we lived in caves, surrounded by primeval...
The Garden is thrilled to host the first edition of the Canada-China Art Exchange for Young Emerging Artists, Investigation of Things 格物.
CHAJI / 茶寂 is the inaugural exhibition of Lam Wong's year-long Artist Residency at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden.
A photography exhibit documenting the present states of historical Chinatowns in Vancouver, Richmond, and New Westminster.
A retrospective exhibition of calligraphy by the late master Yim Tse
淑芳你好嘛 (Suk-Fong Nay Ho Mah) / Suk-Fong, How Are You? is the final installment of Paul Wong's year-long residency at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, launched in April 2018.
媽媽的藥櫃/Mother’s Cupboard is a public art exhibition providing a link to understanding the recent past and unlocking the future. Part of Occupying Chinatown Fall Programming.
Presented by the Canadian Society for Asian Arts and Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, the Sunken Treasures exhibition shines the spotlight on shipwreck ceramics.
Moments: Life As We Live It is an exhibit by Vancouver-based photographer Ted Nodwell that brings us face to face with ourselves.
鹹水埠溫哥華/咸水埠温哥华/Haam Sui Fow Wun Goh Wah is the first new site-specific work to be created as part of Paul Wong's Occupying Chinatown residency.
The Charm of Chinese Gardens is an exhibition of landscape paintings by Jiangsu-born artist Gao Chen. Chen combines the essence of Western oil painting techniques with his vision upon the traditional Chinese form and environment.
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden is proud to present the photographic works of internationally recognized photographer, artist, designer, and film director Water Poon.
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden proudly presents Portraits of Nature, a photographic exhibition by Chinese Canadian artist Gloria King who was born and raised in apartheid South Africa.
Paul Wong uses his second-generation Chinese-Canadian perspective to frame the Chinese here in the new world, Canada, and in the mother-land, China.
Occupying Chinatown is Paul Wong’s year-long artist residency at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden that launched in Spring 2018.
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden proudly presents a remarkable collection of fabric reliefs by renowned fashion designer and collector Robert Kroner from the Netherlands.
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