You know what’s cozy?

Spending an evening watching a concert under a giant fleece jacket.


And you thought fleece outerwear had no place in a cabaret. The other night, the Museum of Vancouver created a lounge atmosphere underneath their current exhibition SweaterLodge. There, experimental vocalist and pianist Veda Hille performed her Yukon-inspired piece Field Study. Loved it. Loved her. And I think you might too.

She’ll perform this Saturday (April 16th) with Dan Mangan, Charles Demers and special guest Mayor Gregor Robertson at Smorgasbord, a benefit for Vancouver’s homeless youth. I would be there if I weren’t in California.

SweaterLodge is at the Museum of Vancouver until May 1st.

P.S. I’ll be tweeting my face off while I’m at Coachella so follow The Anthology on Twitter.

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  • Reply MizzJ April 15, 2011 at 12:06 am

    It’s such a cool exhibit eh? Too bad you weren’t there earlier, they had this great crafting event with John Fluevog! I made… something.. I think it’s supposed to be a brooch :P

  • Reply Kelsey Dundon April 19, 2011 at 7:25 pm

    Amazing! Yes, I wish I could have made it but I went to another opening earlier in the evening. Post photos of your brooch!

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