The third-annual CURRENT: Feminist Electronic Art Symposium strives to create spaces for women, non-binary folks, and BIPOC to get involved with Vancouver’s electronic art and music communities. This year the symposium is trying a new mentorship program.
Starting this year, 16 undergraduate students who have a background in African Studies will be hired to revise and research over 1,000 African objects on display at the Museum of Anthropology (MOA). This program will also run into 2020, where 16 other students will be hired on for the next year.
While most people try to steer clear of their local pervert, buddy-cop duo McNally, played by Stephanie Mills, and Rick, played by Emily Carlstrom, actively seek them out in Perv Hunters. Mills, who is a UBC engineering grad, wrote and starred in the 65-minute play.