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January 20, 2021 - August 11, 2021

New Year Full of Zoom

Hosted by VocalEye

VocalEye’s New Year Full of Zoom replaces our live events during the COVID-19 pandemic. Following the success of our Summer Full of Zoom and Another Season Full of Zoom, we’ll be presenting a variety of described performance videos (theatre, opera, dance), festival highlights, visual art tours, described film screenings and cultural tours featuring local artists and other special guests that you can enjoy from the comfort of your own home, free of charge via the magic of Zoom.

February 10: Artificial Things

February 17: The 13th

February 24: 3 Part Disharmony plus other highlights from Us: A Black Peoples Month Festival

March 3: Pandemic Postcards

March 10: To See or Not to See

March 17: Unexpecting

March 24: Corelli, Janitch and J. B. Bach concert performed by Early Music Vancouver and the Baroque Mentorship Orchestra

March 31: Raising Stanley/Life with Tulia

April 14: Shameless: the Art of Disability

April 21: Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution

April 28: Crowd Source Description: Visual Art

May 5: You Can’t Get There From Here

May 9: My Mother's Story

May 19: Whose Chinatown?

June 2: Access Awareness Week

June 9: Opera at the Movies

June 16: Flying in the Dark

June 23: The Art of Making the Invisible Visible

Jun 30: off/no program

July 7: You Can’t Get There From Here

July 14: Alice in Wonderland

July 21: Tippi and Stan, part 5

July 28: Highlights from Indian Summer Festival 2021

Aug 4: Night Falling,

Aug 11: A Future for Memory


Almost Live Zoom events are hosted by Amy Amantea and designed to be accessible for audience members who are blind and partially sighted. Sighted supporters and guests with other disabilities are welcome to attend. We are unable to provide ASL interpretation or live captioning, but any recorded Almost Live events will be posted on our YouTube channel with captions provided.



355 East 15th Avenue, #303, Vancouver, BC, V5T 2R2, Canada

VocalEye is a non-profit society, registered charity and the first live descriptive arts service for the blind in Canada. Our mission is to provide greater access to theatre, arts and cultural events for people of all ages who are blind and partially sighted. We provide theatre companies and other arts organizations with the support necessary to make their productions and events more accessible to these audience members through live description, education, outreach and other services.