Things to do in Vancouver during spring break: March 15 to 22

Visit Vancouver’s highly anticipated Imagine Van Gogh exhibit
imagine van gogh exhibition projection 2020

Imagine Van Gogh 2020. (Imagine Van Gogh)

What: Imagine Van Gogh, the immersive digital art exhibition touring around the world, is coming to the Vancouver Convention Centre. The event officially opens to the public on March 19, and organizers recently announced expanded hours and additional tickets for the event. COVID-19 health safety protocols will be in place.

The exhibition, which hails from Europe, features over 200 of the famed Dutch artist’s paintings projected onto surfaces, transporting visitors to the heart of his work — allowing the audience to “literally enter the artist’s world of dreams.”

When: Opening March 19, 2021
Where: Vancouver Convention Centre — 1055 Canada Place Way, Vancouver
Tickets: Available online

Enjoy live “dance bubbles” across downtown Vancouver

dance bubble vancouver

Jennifer Aoki/Tourism Vancouver

What: A stunning art and performance installation is taking over downtown Vancouver throughout the month of March. More than a dozen “dance bubbles” have been placed across the city’s downtown core as part of #lovevancouver.

The goal of the outdoor activity is to “bring some joy to the city” amidst a dark winter. The dance bubbles include light and dance performances projected at a distance and can be safely enjoyed by residents. Best of all, they’re free of charge.

When: Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays over the month of March
Time: 5 to 9 pm nightly
Where: Various locations in downtown Vancouver
Cost: Free

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