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Fast-paced, loud, and danceable are some of the first words that Zoe Way, lead vocalist of Making Strangers, uses to describe her band’s music. Shying away from labels, Making Strangers produces a unique eclectic feel - under genre, the band’s Facebook page lists rock, grunge, and punk.
Julien is in his first year at UBC and is quickly becoming one of the most involved individuals on campus. A member of the CUS, The Calendar, Party Well and Arts & Culture District, he is incredibly dedicated and passionate.
“A social enterprise is a business that operates not only to generate profit, but whose core mission revolves around creating measurable impact,” said Priyanka Vasudev, chairperson of the UBC Social Enterprise Conference.
Bill Reid has created close to 2,000 pieces of art, all recognized to be beautifully crafted and culturally significant. Martine has described the book to chronologically present the evolution of Bill Reid’s art.
In the following article you will see a set of interview questions regarding Art of Living's upcoming session, Happiness Project, which will take place July 7th to 10th, 2016. You may want to know who is hosting the
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Russel Acton: When I was thirteen years old and I took my first drafting course in high school in grade eight and I always enjoyed art, and I was really doing well in my drafting and doing well in my art and then I can’t remember it was some
The Vancouver Mural Festival (VMF) will partner up with the Burrard Arts Foundation (BAF) for the first time ever. Over 30 artists, 90% of which are local while the other 10% are international, hailing from France, Germany, Brazil
On September 24 the Plaza of Nations will play host to the Grape and Grain Festival, an outdoor gathering of live music, the best food trucks in the city, and alcohol. The festival is a unique venue which amasses all of the finest local breweri
Storyhive, one of the leading funding programs for upcoming content creators in Western Canada, is launching a Digital Shorts: Female Director edition to promote female directors in B.C and Alberta. hh
Upon arriving at the Scotiabank Dance Centre, the haven of dance art in downtown Vancouver where 4OUR is slated for its limited remount on Sept. 19, I was made to wait until a suitable time to enter the room, as was expected.
Stage 3 by Ken Stark is one of those books that is difficult to review; there are both good and bad aspects that can be discussed. For the sake of this review, I would like to straight away proclaim, that so as to avoid any co
Combating the apocalyptic portrayal of climate change, Generation Hot presents a series of performances from emerging artists at Vancouver’s Fringe Festival. For six months, these young artists attended
Flok claims to be North America's first long-distance ridesharing platform built specifically for sporting events and festivals. While they are the first to market themselves that way, are they any different from other ridesharing platforms?