On select Fridays, 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.


Friday, January 30, 2015
8pm to 1am
Art | Music | Performance

Artists from the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival descend upon the Gallery for an unforgettable evening of interdisciplinary performances set amidst the Chinese contemporary art in Unscrolled and the legacy of Emily Carr in Landon Mackenzie's Wood Chopper and the Monkey. Take out a selection from the Human Library, experience an interactive installation by Hong Kong Exile and listen to the lyrical stylings of Sonic Elder before heading to the Courtroom Bars.

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

Free for PuSh International Performing Arts Festival Passholders and Gallery Members.

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

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 January 30, 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).

Presented in collaboration with the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival.

Download the FUSE Menu Listings

 Media Sponsor:
Georgia Straight

Preferred Wine Partner:
Mission Hill

Preferred Beer Partner:
Mission Hill




FUSE images: Cherry Archer; Melissa Baker


  • Zee Zee Theatre
  • Emily Johnson
  • Hong Kong Exile
  • MachineNoisy
  • Sonic Elder
  • Tangible Interaction
  • DJ - FUSE Lounge


  • Unscrolled: Reframing Tradition in Chinese Contemporary Art
  • Landon Mackenzie In Dialogue with Carr: Landon Mackenzie