Coming up next week at SFU Vancouver:
August 20: City Conversations – Re-Imagining Downtown Vancouver
Time: 12:30pm Place: Lot 19 Park, 855 West Hastings Street (North end of Hornby St. at West Hastings St.) Cost: Free. No registration required.
Our downtown is changing—we want to hear from you about where it’s headed. What do you love about downtown Vancouver? What needs to change? How can we make this community one of the best in the world in which to live, work, play and learn?
To help get you thinking about the possibilities for the future of our downtown Vancouver over the next 25 years, we have invited three guests to present their visions. Lance Berelowitz, a planner, urban designer, award-winning writer and commentator will look at the evolution of downtown Vancouver's urban planning and design culture. Keltie Craig from the City of Vancouver will share her vision for downtown as a "healthy city." Rounding out the panel will be the Very Reverend Peter Elliott, Dean and Rector of Christ Church Cathedral Vancouver, who will discuss his hopes for social inclusion and community building in downtown Vancouver.
August 13-23: The 27th Annual Vancouver Queer Film Festival
Time: 6pm Place: Djavad Mowafaghian World Art Centre, Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings St. Cost: Tickets $12. $8 for youth, seniors and underemployed.
This year, Vancouver Queer Film Festival (VQFF) spotlights include a resounding collection of home-brewed talent in Maple Smoked Cinema, an exploration and expansion on gender identities in DIY Gender, fantastic films from Latin America in Sol y Cinema, and an exciting line-up of youth-rated films in Out in Schools presents... Summer of Cinema!
August 14-19: International Symposium on Electronic Arts 2015
Time: 9am Place: Various venues and rooms, Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, 149 West Hastings St. Cost: Some events are free and open to the public. Others require festival registration or tickets.
ISEA is one of the world’s most prominent international arts and technology events, bringing together scholarly, artistic, and scientific domains in an interdisciplinary discussion and showcase of creative productions applying new technologies in art, interactivity, and electronic and digital media. The event annually brings together artists, designers, academics, technologists, scientists, and general audience in the thousands. The symposium consists of a peer reviewed conference, a series of exhibitions, and various partner events—from large scale interactive artwork in public space to cutting edge electronic music performance.
None scheduled at this time.