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You can enjoy an epic, adult-only art party at the Vancouver Art Gallery Friday

The Vancouver Art Gallery presents another instalment of its hugely popular art-party, FUSE, this Friday from 7:30 p.m. until midnight.
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The Vancouver Art Gallery presents another instalment of its hugely popular art-party, FUSE, this Friday.

With dancing, DJs, live performances, and breathtaking visual art, the adult-only evening offers event-goers the chance to see performances by local and visiting artists Mike Bourscheid, Raven Chacon, Ralph Escamillan, Elisa Harkins and Kimmortal.

This month's instalment, FUSE: Resonances, aims to, "awaken guests to a new consciousness around the radical presence of the body, language and sound." Participating artists will use performance as a tool to undo the past, reposition the present, and share a vision of the future.

Curated by Simranpreet Anand and Stephanie Bokenfohr, this FUSE will include performances by local and visiting artists Raven Chacon, Elisa Harkins, Ralph Escamillan, FakeKnot, Mike Bourscheid and Kapwatids (Kimmortal, Elysse Cloma and Joshua Ongcol).

The FUSE x CURRENT Art Bar will feature music/DJ performances by Nancy Lee (aka Which Nancy), Katayoon Yousefbigloo, Dae Shields (aka Ital Blue) of Afro Van Connect, with Buni Kor and Vuyo, with visuals and installation by Moniker Press, Colt Darling, Zandi Dandizette and Kyla Yin (aka Kyinskies).

The after-dark fun takes place on Friday, Nov. 22 from 7:30 until midnight.

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FUSE: Resonances at the Vancouver Art Gallery

When: Friday, Nov. 22 from 7:30 pm until midnight

Where: Vancouver Art Gallery – 750 Hornby Street, Vancouver

Cost: $15 Members | $29 General Admission

Visit here for tickets and further details.

**The Vancouver Art Gallery is situated on traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səl̓ilwətaɁɬ (Tsleil-waututh) peoples, and is respectful of the Indigenous stewards of the land it occupies, whose rich cultures are fundamental to artistic life in Vancouver and to the work of the Gallery.