Call For Submissions | CAG Young Patrons & Cartems Donuts

CAG Young Patrons are partnering with Cartems Donuts to select an exhibition for October 2019 that will be presented in the storefront of Cartems on West Pender Street. We are accepting submissions for either a solo or group exhibition that speaks to the theme of “Indulgence”. This show will run for approximately one month and… Read more »


Meet Georgia | CAG Volunteer

If by chance you visit on a Tuesday afternoon or rent the gallery for an event, make sure you say hello to Georgia, one of our front-desk and event volunteers. “I volunteer at CAG because I am relatively new to Vancouver and I want to engage with the art scene here. I used to be a… Read more »


Meet Emily | CMA-RBC Indigenous Curatorial Assistant

Hello, I am Emily Dundas Oke, and I am very grateful for these past months spent learning and working alongside the staff, artists, and partners of CAG. Joining CAG as the CMA-RBC Indigenous Curatorial Assistant immediately after graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Philosophy and Visual Arts was the most exciting opportunity. This experience has… Read more »


Meet Melissa | Learning & Public Engagement Intern

My name is Melissa Woo and I am the Learning and Public Engagement Assistant Intern at the Contemporary Art Gallery for the summer of 2018. Currently, I am a third year Psychology major at the University of British Columbia. Throughout this experience my position has been challenging at times as my previous background is not… Read more »


Meet Tianna | Marketing & Communications Intern

My name is Tianna Barton and I am honoured to be working as the Marketing and Communications Intern at the CAG this season. An integral part of Vancouver’s art community, the CAG’s dedication to public engagement, education and art accessibility speaks to my values and future goals as an artist. Here at the CAG, I… Read more »


Meet Brianna | School Programs Intern

Hi! My name is Brianna Anderson and I am the current School Programs Intern at CAG this fall.  Thus far I have been researching Andrew Dadson’s work from the current exhibition Site For Still Life, to create an elementary school program for the show. In addition and to engage with the public, CAG offers Family Days on… Read more »


Meet Joni | Front of House Intern

Hi! My name is Joni Cheung and I am the current Front of House Intern at the Contemporary Art Gallery. I’m in my final year of the Bachelor of Fine Arts, with a focus in visual arts, at Simon Fraser University’s School of Contemporary Arts. During my time at SFU, I’ve had the opportunity to… Read more »


Meet Whitney | Curatorial Intern

My name is Whitney Brennan and it is a pleasure to join CAG as the curatorial intern. Part of what excites me about CAG is its dedication to creating accessible exhibitions and public programming that engages with local and international artists. From the artist residency program at the Burrard Marina Field House, to the off-site… Read more »


Call for submissions: Cartems donuterie in partnership with CAG Young Patrons

Call for submissions: Cartems donuterie in partnership with CAG Young Patrons Application Deadline is April 30th. Cartems is partnering with the Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver to select an exhibition for June 2017 that will be presented in our storefront on West Pender Street. Submission details below. We are accepting submissions for either a solo or… Read more »


Andi Icaza-Largaespada wins CAG Prize 2017

We are pleased to announce Andi Icaza-Largaespada as the winner of the second CAG Prize for an emerging artist selected from the BFA program at the School for the Contemporary Arts at Simon Fraser University. Generously sponsored by the Peter Szeto Investment Group | BMO Nesbitt Burns, the CAG prize includes an award of $2,500,… Read more »