Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street
Financialization and War: Race, Class, Gender, Sexuality and Subjectivity
This event has been moved to Room 1800, SFU at Harbour Centre, 515 W. Hastings St. Lazzarato will present an overview of the main themes of his upcoming book "Wars and Capitalism", co-written with Eric Alliez. Building on both Carl Schmitt's argument that the economy is the continuation of war through other means, and his previous work on debt economy. Lazzarato will particularly interrogate the pivotal role of financial capitalism in indexing race, class, gender, sexuality and subjectivity to the logics of both military and non-military warfare. learn more →
Social Venture Institute Vancouver
Join business leaders and social entrepreneurs at the Social Venture Institute (SVI) Vancouver for an intensive, interactive inquiry into how to face the day-to-day challenges of running a socially conscious enterprise. Take advantage of this opportunity to fine tune business strategies, learn best practices for solving problems and build long lasting relationships with business peers and mentors. learn more →
Megaphone’s "Voices of the Street" Launch
Join Megaphone for a night of storytelling and readings from Megaphone's 6th Annual Literary Edition, Voices of the Street, co-presented by our friends at Rain City Chronicles. Megaphone offers meaningful work and creative expression to people experiencing poverty and homelessness, by publishing a monthly magazine that is sold on the streets by low-income vendors. learn more →
Shaping Vancouver 2016: What do I want from my street?
The third conversation in Heritage Vancouver's award-winning series for 2016 will address the impact of Transit Oriented Development (TOD) along some of our prominent North South arterial streets – Cambie, Main, Fraser, and the communities surrounding them. 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 acknowledges the Coast Salish people - the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh, on whose traditional territories we are privileged to live, work and play.