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Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings Street

Events

  • Writing on the Screen: The film critic/filmmaker exchange. February 24, 2018
    A 3-hour workshop is for aspiring film critics as well as filmmakers wanting to attract media coverage. The workshop will look at the changing role of the critic writing for magazines, newspapers and blogs – and the filmmaker's role in the process.

  • WePress: Making Art in the Neighbourhood March 01, 2018
    WePress shares its journey from being a small group of community-builders and art- and print-makers to delivering innovative art programming in the Downtown Eastside, in a space shared with Gallery Gachet. Make your own block print and learn about WePress' new project.

  • Creative Mornings: Tien Neo Eamas March 02, 2018
    Tien Neo Eamas is committed to bringing a whole new level of Freedom and Joy to all. On March 2nd he will speak on the theme of “Courage” as part of Creative Mornings Vancouver.

  • Jim Green Memorial Lecture 2018: Tonya Surman March 07, 2018
    For the 2018 Jim Green Memorial Lecture, Tonya Surman speaks on the future of social innovation. How will it embrace and build on the social justice movements of the past? Will we be able to move to action while holding the space for the real conversations that need to happen?

  • June Scudeler: Family History as Literature March 08, 2018
    Indigenous literary nationalism argues for the importance of using Indigenous ways of knowing to analyze Indigenous texts. Using her Metis family history and the Cree concept wâhkôhtowin or kinship, interrelatedness, June will show how Métis ways of knowing inspire a resurgent reading of Marilyn Dumont's poetry.

  • Audra Simpson: Indigenous Women and Intellectual Traditions in Anthropology March 21, 2018
    Indigenous women are among the under represented voices in contemporary anthropology, and throughout its history. They were more likely to be the subjects of research into an ethnographic present, always portrayed in exotic terms and without agency. Dr. Audra Simpson will discuss the tropes, trends and themes that inform her research and how she contributes to the discourse of modern anthropology.

  • Seminar with Shanti Ganesh March 22, 2018
    In this talk Shanti Ganesh will discuss the challenges and opportunities of doing art-science research related to the cognitives sciences. Since 2012 Ganesh started exploring a novel research method in which critical reflection through art practice, e.g dance and performance, can inform theoretical and methodological issues in cognitive science and neuroscience.

  • Salish Singing & Drumming Spring 2018 Workshops March 22, 2018
    Join us in learning social songs, drumming and dance with composer, producer and traditional Lil’wat singer, Russell Wallace. These monthly workshops are free and open to everyone. No RSVP required. Suitable for all ages and abilities.

  • Reel Causes: #WorthFightingFor March 29, 2018
    #WorthFightingFor is an evening of film and conversation to raise awareness about the value and fragility of our environment. Two films, Hunting Giants and Water Warriors, address issues from opposite coasts, but both tell stories of how individuals and communities are coming together to save and protect the only planet we have.