Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street

About SFU Woodward’s Cultural Programs

SFU Woodward’s Cultural & Community Programs (SFUW) vision is to enable and promote creativity and leading edge practices in the contemporary arts as well as public community discourse. By supporting professional activities through partnerships and SFUW engages the immediate inner-city community through unique cultural, employment, and public initiatives.


SFU Woodward's Cultural Programs presents a signature mainstage series featuring internationally acclaimed artists. Past projects have brought Robert LePage's Ex Machina and Crystal Pite's Kidd Pivot to SFU. 


SFU Woodward's Cultural Programs fosters a wide-variety of community and cultural partnerships, including co-presentations, festival support, cultural and venue sponsorship, residency space, and guest artist programs.


SFU Woodward's Cultural Programs has developed a successful developmental residency program with significant artists and companies. 


Click here to view selected stills of past productions and partnerships. 


SFU Woodward’s Cultural Programs takes its namesake from the historic Woodward’s re-development that was once the home of the Vancouver’s revered Woodward’s Department Store. Click here to find out about our legacy.


High resolution photographs, artist footage, interview here for our media information.