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Music Monday bridges two generations of musicians: Magee Secondary School’s wind ensemble — Youth; and A Little Night Music Orchestra, featuring players ranging in age from 18 to 80. The two ensembles unite their young and “sage” talents for a performance of Robert Buckley’s recently commissioned An Olympic Celebration.


Shell is a fresh concept for the proliferation of digital culture. This inaugural new media showcase invites artists and audiences alike to engage in, and discover the transdisciplinary genres of digital art, from kinetic sculpture gardens and mobile technologies to cinematic installations and roaming art performances.

Mar 8: International Women's Day


March 9: Celebration of International Women’s Day
Venue: City Hall of City of Vancouver Time: 4pm
This event is organized by women Councils of the City.
Keynote speaker: Prabha Khosla and a number of other people will speak from different angles to encourage women’s participation in the city. Prabha worked for UN Habitat to develop gender mainstreaming tools for local government. She also was the editor of “Women in the Environment” for four years. Here is an interview article about women’s equality in City of Vancouver.



The publication of the second edition of acclaimed artist Stan Douglas’ Vancouver Anthology is a significant contribution to Vancouver contemporary art. Concurrent with this book launch is a group exhibition of works by international artists curated by Eric Fredericksen, which deals with the politics of landscape and other issues pertaining to the notion of Vancouver as ‘lotusland.”

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