Did you know that the Vancouver Art Gallery essentially turns into the hippest place in Vancouver on select Friday nights? If you haven’t already heard, FUSE is the monthly party that transforms the art gallery into the place to be for art, music, and live performances.
Since its humble beginnings in 2005, thousands of Vancouverites have gathered at the gallery for this unique adult evening event. FUSE boasts live performances, DJs, eclective gallery tours, and other unexpected surprises.
It’s really no surprise that FUSE has become one of Vancouver’s favourite see-and-be-seen events. Whether you’re there for date night, reconnecting with the gallery, or scoping out the local eye-candy, you’ve got to get to FUSE on Friday, April 25, 2014.
From 8pm to 1am The Vancouver Art Gallery will be hosting A Terrible Beauty. Described as: “expansive beauty and terrible realities coalesce in this night of performance inspired, in part, by the striking photography of Edward Burtynsky. Manufactured landscapes give way to other, performative incarnations of the contemporary sublime: operatic dramas, rock and roll extremes and expressions of spectacular, transcendent ruin populate the galleries.”
Expect to be entertained all night with an evening full of art, music, and performance with guests that include: Film in Music, J.R.R. Tokin, Elizabeth Milton, and more.
Tickets are $20 for the event, but entrance is free for gallery members. There will also be alcohol available for purchase.
FUSE at the Vancouver Art Gallery is taking place on Friday, April 25, 2014 from 8pm to 1am.