The themes and threads of this striking exhibit may at first glance seems disparate and even contradictory, but when looked into a little deeper it is clear that all the artworks are woven together, as tight as a rug.
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SGaawaay K'uuna, The Edge of the Knife is celebrated for being the first feature film in the Haida language’s two dialects, as well as for having achieved the Haida’s community planning objectives.
The performers hit on all the hot millennial topics: Tinder, seasonal/year round depression and being broke, before laughing it all off.
“Our real hope is that it will be a space that supports all the various needs of the arts students faculty, so were imagining that it will support learning, social interaction, collaboration, as well as space for innovation.”
Surprised that not one of his students’ plays were selected for the Fringe Festival, Wade half-jokingly brought forward the idea for them to pool their money together and put on their own.
Couscous Royale was the last meal my father made me before leaving Montreal and it was one last reminder that when I moved out, j’allais me débrouiller — I was gonna figure it out.
Only during a hectic summer of French classes was I able to discover that eating French food makes you better at French stuff… or at least it gives you an incentive to study, and maybe even reduce the use of Google translate.
If you don’t speak Beama, you could also talk to Schreyer in Kryptonian, the language of Superman’s home planet Krypton, or Eltarian, the language of an alien race in Power Rangers. She created both of those too.
With many Vietnamese restaurants peppered across Vancouver, there is no shortage of places to go — the two places below, though, have been thoroughly tested and approved by my family and me.
Jordan Wilson, Musqueam curator and writer, takes us on a tour of the Musqueam house posts that exist across campus. Each post has it's own rich history and as we explore, Wilson weaves the narratives that surround these works of art.
I don’t want to sound like I’m hyperbolizing, but I have never felt prouder to be a woman than in the 20 minutes Salt n Pepa were performing.
“Disposable cameras are such a fun medium, it’s taking something that’s considered low art and then printing it and putting it … into a … gallery space elevates the medium,” said Wong.
I begin my skeptical journey by dipping my toe into the world of specialty drinks. Ode to the latte, a drink of unmatched simplicity and jiggly foam — how I will miss thee.
While it promises to entertain and deliver lots of laughs, Self-ish also makes a statement about the complexity of being human by showcasing a fully fleshed out Asian Canadian woman, flaws and all — a rare occurrence in the entertainment industry today.
Body Language, curated by UBC alumnus Dion Kaszas (Nlaka’pamux), displays a collection of photographs, art pieces, and tattooing and piecing tools related to the traditional practices of Indigenous body art culture.