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Early Music Vancouver

Early Music Vancouver is one of the Lower Mainland’s brightest and busiest performing arts organizations; one that reaches back into history and casts beautifully preserved antiquities in fresh light.

Welcome to Screenland

Welcome to Screenland

Welcome to Screenland considers the personal dimensions of life plugged in, and the impact that the taken-for-granted structure of Internet programs and video games has on virtual expressions of identity, connection, memory and love.


Zapato Negro: Global Blend of Afro-Cuban Rhythms & Jazz

Featuring musicians from Canada, Cuba, Venezuela and the USA, this quintet has rapidly been building a reputation for its own exciting blend of progressive jazz and Afro-Caribbean rhythm.


UBC Outdoor Art Tour

Outdoor art can be found across the UBC campus, but it’s hard to fully appreciate it if you don’t know what you’re eyeing or where to look in the first place.


The Cunning Little Vixen

The talented singers from the UBC Opera Ensemble have come together from across Canada and the world to prepare this masterpiece for Vancouver.


Rodney Graham: Torqued Chandelier Release and Other Works

Join us for an artist talk with Rodney Graham on Saturday, June 21 at 1:30 pm as he tours us around the new exhibition at the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery. Rodney Graham: Torqued Chandelier Release and Other Works runs from June 20 to August 17, 2014.


Arctic Crossings Film Screening, Keynote & Workshop

June 12, 2014 starting at 5:30 PM until June 13, 2014 4:00 PM

Multipurpose Room, Liu Institute for Global Issues

6476 NW Marine Drive, University of British Columbia


KAPWA: Sensing the Self in Others, A Philippine Indigenous Arts Festival:: Music, Dance, Lecture & Healing.

Friday, May 30

Institute of Asian Research, Liu Institute for Global Issues

Part One: 4pm-7pm, Part Two: 7pm-10pm

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