Scuba Claus returns to Vancouver Aquarium this holiday.
Looking for something to do in Metro Vancouver? Here are three suggestions for Friday, November 23rd.
Emily Carr University's Legendary Student Art Sale
I'm a sucker for a good art sales, and Emily Carr University's Legendary Student Art Sale really is. The University casts out all incredible artistic talents, many of which will sell pieces for much more in the future than they will charge this weekend. If you want to upload on affordable art by highly talented local artists, this is the place to do it. Find original paintings, drawings, ceramics and sculptures, along with photographs, print, portable works, household items, greeting cards and more.
Var: Emily Carr University of Art + Design, 520 E. 1st Ave., Vancouver
When: Doors open at noon
The tallest man on earth
Swedish singer, Saras Per Kristian Matsson, a Dylan-esque folk who goes by monica the highest man on earth) visits the Chan Center on Friday as he walks in support of his new five-lattice project, when the bird sees it's Constant Ground. But do not be fooled, because this is not an EP. Instead of releasing the whole set of music at once, Matsson has released a song and music video from the project every month throughout the year. That means your best effort to hear them in sequence is to see him at UBC.
Where: Chan Center, 6265 Crescent Road, UBC, Vancouver
When: 8 p.m.
Cost: $ 49.50
The light at the Vancouver Aquarium
There are two reasons that you must go to the Vancouver Aquarium this weekend: the first is to see the Sea of Lights, an exhilarating experience of bubbles, lights and sounds that the Aquarium has described as a playful interpretation of an ocean dive. The other is to see Scuba Claus, the diver dressed as Santa, who only visits the aquarium for the holiday. All the aquariums come to Friday, including the electric eel-shaped Christmas tree in the Teck Connections Gallery and the jelly snow globe display in the Tropics Gallery. Go see everything.
Where: Vancouver Aquarium, 845 Avison Way, Vancouver
When: 10:00 – 5:00
Cost: $ 38
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