The Vancouver Club is a unique private venue in the centre of the city, offering an unparalleled setting for entertaining clients, family and friends. Enjoy elegantly appointed rooms, inspired local cuisine and a wine cellar second to none. Hosting a private party with friends or a corporate event? We offer a number of multipurpose private […]
A range of complimentary classes delivered to keep you strong, stretchy, and blissed out.
Our Swim Club is spoiled with beachside training in the outdoor Kits Pool during summer months and shoulder season steps from The Club at the YWCA.
Be at your most productive in an elegant and flexible work environment on the 4th floor. Slide between virtual meetings and a light lunch. Host a small meeting in the breakout room, or catch up on emails with a coffee. SERVICE HOURSMonday to Friday, 8:00 am – 11:00 pm
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Our boxing program builds strength, tone, and confidence. Come bring your cardio to the next level.
‘BSoD’ [Blue Screen of Death] Series 2016 “Image codes and conventions that reproduce historical meaning have continued to change in the context of electronic visual technologies. The ‘BSoD’ series is a metaphor for the ‘postmodern condition’; a condition that immerses humans in a world that has become increasingly isolated from reality through digital technologies; a condition wherein we […]
Deep Face2015 Deep Face explores Facebook’s recent corporate initiative to identify all faces posted to the website by using facial recognition algorithms – a somewhat intrusive proposition, but one that will be implemented, regardless.
Photocollage2016 “Ed Spence is a Vancouver-based artist whose work spans many disciplines and utilizes text, photography and public installation. His photocollage series mimics a digital aesthetic by dissecting portions of the image into tiny pixels which are cut and reorganized by hand.”
2014-2019 The HR MacMillan Art Collection is comprised of contemporary works by BC artists acquired by the Vancouver Club with funds generated through the sale of Emily Carr’s ‘The Crazy Stair’ (The Crooked Staircase), a work gifted to the Club by Mr. MacMillan. ‘The Crazy Stair’ is now a part of the Audain Art Museum’s (Whistler) permanent […]