Last updated on June 23, 2011 @3:16 pm
UBC’s Graduate School of Journalism racks up more honours, looks to launch ambitious non-profit news centre on campus
UBC’s Graduate School of Journalism keeps on raking in so many awards and nominations that you could call it the Team Canada of master’s programs. Headed up by Peter Klein, a veteran producer with 60 Minutes, the School received an historic number of awards in 2013. Students won six regional, national and international awards and […]
Without Masks: Contemporary Afro-Cuban Art
Museum of Anthropology May 2 to November 2, 2014 moa.ubc.ca First-of-its-kind exhibition reveals age-old cultural and religious Afro-Cuban traditions in contemporary art. The Museum of Anthropology opens a window into the lives and struggles of Cubans of African descent in its new exhibition Without Masks: Contemporary Afro-Cuban Art on display from May 2 to November […]
UBC Vancouver Events Commemorating The Komagata Maru Incident
Theatre at UBC takes part in upcoming events held throughout Vancouver commemorating the The Komagata Maru Incident.
Arts on Air
Join Ira Nadel (English) as he interviews UBC’s top writers, philosophers, singers and actors in the Humanities and Creative Arts.
Opening Reception: April 16th, 5-9 PM
Exhibition: April 17th-26th. [Closed for Good Friday.]
Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 12-4 PM
The new pulse of digital music
Video killed the radio star, but Bob Pritchard thinks digital cameras and other gadgets might just save live electronic music.
Pritchard, a professor of music at the University of British Columbia, is using technologies that capture physical movement to transform the human body into a musical instrument.