FUSE

The Vancouver Art Gallery transforms into THE place for art, music and live performance in the city. Since its inception in July 2005, thousands of FUSE–goers have converged at the Gallery for this unique adult event. Live performances in the Gallery spaces, DJs, eclectic Gallery tours and unexpected surprises have made FUSE Vancouver's favourite see–and–be–seen event.


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Saturday, August 15, 2015
8pm to 12am
Art | Music | Performance

Live performances in the Gallery spaces, DJs and unexpected surprises make FUSE Vancouver's favourite art party—a place to see some of the best in local performance art, theatre, contemporary dance and music, plus take in the FUSE lounge located in the Courtroom Bars.

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FUSE Admission: Online advance ticket: $20 (+tax)

Free for Gallery Members.

*No passes or discounts valid for FUSE admission. Senior, Student and General Admission tickets do not apply towards FUSE admission.


FUSE
In partnership with ISEA2015
21st international symposium on electronic art:
ISEA

Members FREE! Members, present your membership card upon entry for free admission to FUSE. Not a Member? Join or Renew here.

To purchase an online advance ticket, select August 15, 2015 and purchase a FUSE admission ticket (using the FUSE Ticket field box). FUSE tickets are also available for purchase at the Gallery Admissions desk upon arrival. Tickets for FUSE a flat rate of $20 (plus GST).


 Media Sponsor:
Georgia Straight


   
Preferred Wine Partner:
Mission Hill


 
Preferred Beer Partner:
Mission Hill




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FUSE images: Cherry Archer; Melissa Baker

Performers/
Musicians:


  • Curated and produced by MediaLab
  • TBA
  • DJ - FUSE Lounge

Art:

  • Of Heaven and Earth: 500 Years of Italian Painting from Glasgow Museums
  • How Do I Fit This Ghost in My Mouth?
    An exhibition by Geoffrey Farmer
  • Material Future: The Architecture of Herzog & de Meuron and the Vancouver Art Gallery
  • Residue: The Persistence of the Real
  • Beyond the Trees: Wallpapers in Dialogue with Emily Carr