Alone with her guitar, Miss Quincy played in front of the Art Gallery for the few dozens who stopped and the hundreds who passed by.
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Diana Bang takes a straightforward attitude toward surviving in a notoriously challenging industry.
As a production with endless levels, MFA directing student Dennis Gupa's Bacchae 2.1 is not something to be missed.
UBC Theatre and Film department are premiering their first feature film created by the BFA acting program titled Mercury Falling.
As far as gore goes Outpost: Black Sun was decidedly underwhelming.
Early examples of early gay literature, Teleny and Des Grieux, were acquired through the crowd-funding efforts of Ph.D. candidate and an associate professor
Entitled If I Fall, If I Die, the book follows the story of a young boy, Will, whose mother suffers from agoraphobia.
Dive is a new online initiative dedicated to promoting UBC’s arts and culture scene.
Bacchae 2.1, directed by MFA Theatre student Dennis Gupa is a shocking, thought provoking, wonderfully artistic piece of theatre.
Marc Emery is set to speak at the Frederick Wood theatre on January 27.
Brendan Taylor has a sporting chance at 30 seconds of Super Bowl limelight -- and a $1,000,000 cash prize.
Sharknado. Is it the definitive bad movie of our generation?
Cosmetically appealing to you or not, Mercury Falling and its cast are ready to serve you a good amount of crazy social hijinks.
The Perch, set to open in May, is the AMS' attempt to bring the downtown foodie experience to campus, and it may just exceed expectations.
Currently, Matheson teaches, performs, composes and arranges all over Vancouver at many schools though predominantly at UBC.