by Andy Miah and Beatriz Garcia
The Vancouver 2010 Games is the sixth Games where Culture @ the Olympics has had a presence. Ten years after we began, this Editorial discusses what C@tO tries to do and what’s coming next.
by Christiane Job
The Cultural Olympiad of the Vancouver 2010 Games has curated a digital edition called Canada CODE, which is providing a gateway to Canadian identity.
by Andy Miah
As the cities of Vancouver and Whistler prepare to host the 2010 Olympic Winter Games, new media activism promises to take the Gold medal, but will anyone outside of the cities notice?
by Raymond T. Grant
This article is a letter from Salt Lake City 2002 Olympic Winter Game Arts Festival director to the CEO of the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the Olympic Games (VANOC), sent on February 10, 2010
by Kris Krug
The 2010 Olympic Winter Games are upon us and things are heating up around Vancouver. You can feel the energy in the city as all the last minute details are pulled together for this huge event.
by Andy Miah
The Olympic Games Opening Ceremony is the most watched event in the world with an expected 1.4 billion people tuning in to a Summer Games ceremony. Most of this audience will have had no prior coverage of the local political issues that surrounded the Games, nor will they care too much about these matters, since they are tuning in to see athletes prepare to compete in sports.
by Debbi Lander & Richard Crowe
As London 2012 takes its turn to deliver the Olympic Games, two of its regional Creative Programmers talk about what can been learned from Vancouver 2010 and what is required to deliver a legacy, not just for audiences, but for the creative sectors that are involved in the process of creating an Olympic cultural programme.