Local organizations have numerous film screenings, concerts, and other events occurring throughout the month to celebrate and commemorate Black History Month. Here are a selection of events, on-campus and across the city, to add to your calendar.
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It was my third time in Canada, but my first time flushed with inescapable dread.
All this to say that public art matters. It’s important, then, that any efforts at redesigning and expanding UBC give public art its due consideration in the planning process.
The Hatch Art Gallery wrapped up its latest exhibit, Our Space, on Wednesday. If you didn't get a chance to see it, the interactive exhibit was curated to disrupt conventional ideas of art galleries as secluded and esoteric spaces.
Experimental folk musician Tamara Lindeman sat at the piano bench against a looped video of ducks on a tranquil lake, with ten UBC music students arrayed behind her.
The newest exhibition at UBC’s Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, The Willful Plot, invites visitors to take a closer look at gardens and how we relate to them.
Community organizers and artists are developing supportive spaces in the city for Black Vancouver to connect and create – a difficult task to take on, given the huge deficit of BIPOC representation in the arts scene resulting from Vancouver’s racist history.
Over a thousand people from the UBC community and beyond celebrated the Year of the Rabbit at the UBC Botanical Garden’s first-ever Lunar New Year Market last weekend.
Translation can be heavy and even traumatic emotional labour that children are often not fully prepared to perform.
“I wanted my readers to be in a conversation with Homer,” explained Madeline Miller, author of Song of Achilles and Circe, in an interview hosted at the Norm Theatre by UBC’s Department of Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Studies.
The Lunar New Year is celebrated in accordance with the Chinese lunisolar calendar, which follows the position of the sun and phases of the moon, and ends when the moon is full.
When I feel homesick during the holiday season, the only movie that can cheer me up is Home Alone (1990).
The devastating emotional impacts of climate change can be described in one word: Solastalgia.
On the evening of December 13, the UBC department of art history, visual art & theory hosted a free open studios event showcasing the work of its MFA and BA/BFA visual arts students at the Audain Art Centre.
What's a UBC student got to do for a good plant-based cookie?