Several guests also generously donated an additional ,000 toward the cause during the evening.
That delighted CEO Faye Wightman, now completing her first year after eight heading the Vancouver Foundation.
At its premiere after-party, in former director Uwe Boll’s Bauhaus restaurant, Williamson’s son Aidan, 20, vowed to follow papa. He’s the person I’d want to be,” said Aidan who rowed in the Shawnigan Lake School eight and is enrolled in Capilano University’s School of Motion Picture Arts. Then, pausing: “I hope he never sees this.”A1: Artist Howie Tsui’s top-rated work in the recent Vancouver International Centre for Contemporary Asian Art (Centre A) gala-auction was titled Kowloon/Wudang Walled City.
Although that complex was demolished in 1994, many features and human activities are depicted by Tsui in a Vancouver Art Gallery exhibition titled Retainer of Anarchy.
IN A NAME: D’Eathe was a mite surprised, let’s say, when son Bob Deith became Maple Ridge-Mission’s NDP candidate. Pity he’s not running in Burnaby-Lougheed against the Green Party’s Joe Keithley. founder Peter Wall sidestepped the City of Vancouver Heritage Awards presentations.
Thinking his birth name morbid, entertainment lawyer Deith modified it before co-founding the Mythos ensemble and heading the Music B. That’s where Wall’s Shannon estate headed Awards of Honour recipients.