Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street
Frontline Fentanyl: Documentary Screening
"Frontline Fentanyl" is a remarkable short documentary that explores multiple perspectives responding to the spread of a lethal drug in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside and the subsequent human toll. Filmmaker Behdad Mahichi will be in attendance to discuss the project and report on the similar situation emerging in Toronto. learn more →
Shaping Vancouver 2017: Subcultural Heritage
This discussion looks at the heritage of subcultures, the identities they have formed, and how we can protect and recognize these places and values- particularly when their intangible social practices leave shallow traces of tangible heritage. learn more →
Reel Causes: Common Threads
Common Threads is a celebration that showcases the graduate films of Intersections Media Opportunities For Youth Society and other established local filmmakers. This year’s event includes a new collection of "Messages to Younger Selves," a series of animated shorts made by youth, sure to tear at our heartstrings. learn more →
The Art of Interdisciplinary versus the Market of "Innovative" Education
"Interdisciplinary" and "innovative" are keywords used in today’s competitive market of education. Ahalya Satkunaratnam's talk will explore the use of the arts in interdisciplinary approaches to education through a focus on a specific liberal arts and sciences curriculum. learn more →
SFU Woodward’s Cultural Programs vision is to enable and promote creativity and leading edge practices in the contemporary arts, supported by arts discourse. It supports professional arts activities through cultural partnerships, residencies, festivals, and presentations. SFUW engages with the greater public by offering exceptional cultural experiences at Goldcorp Centre for the Arts. Read more here...
SFU’s Vancity Office of Community Engagement supports creative engagement, knowledge mobilization and public programming in the theme areas of arts and culture, social and environmental justice, and urban issues through public talks, dialogues, workshops, screenings, performances and community partnerships. Read more here...
SFU acknowledges the Coast Salish people - the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh, on whose traditional territories we are privileged to live, work and play.