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Posted on: Wed, 2017-11-01 16:16
By: cjsfpr
The 17th annual Vancouver Media Democracy Day, organized by the Simon Fraser University School of Communication, will be a showcase and networking zone for journalists, scholars, technologists, entrepreneurs, activists – anyone interested in media and social change. Media Democracy Day 2017 opens at 10am on Nov. 18 at the downtown Vancouver Public Library (350 West Georgia Street) and will run...
Posted on: Wed, 2017-11-01 15:35
By: cjsfpr
Come to SFU Woodward's (149 W. Hastings St) this Sunday, Nov. 5 from 1-7pm for Broken Pencil Magazine's Canzine Vancouver 2017 fair. Browse hundreds of zines, books, comic, and small press vendors for available for you to trade, buy, sell, browse, chill, and enjoy! Canzine Vancouver 2017 also features: 
- A panel discussion on feminism, witchcraft, and the occult in the indie arts with...
Posted on: Mon, 2017-10-30 15:57
By: cjsfpr
Pride in Art is excited to open Canada’s first dedicated queer art gallery. Building on the acclaimed Queer Arts Festival, this new space will allow Pride in Art to bring more groundbreaking multidisciplinary programming to Vancouver.  To fund the gallery renovations, Pride in Art is running a crowdfunding campaign, Bling Us, from Nov. 1 to Dec. 1, 2017. Your contribution will make it possible...
Posted on: Fri, 2017-09-29 15:29
By: cjsfpr
Now in its sixth year, the 2017 Vancouver Art Book Fair (VABF) will take place from Oct. 13-15 at the Vancouver Art Gallery Annex (750 Hornby Street), capping off the Artist's Books Week (running Oct. 9-15), a parallel series of events hosted in spaces across Vancouver by a variety of publishers, artists, collectives and institutions across the city who are actively creating and presenting work...
Posted on: Mon, 2017-09-18 14:54
By: cjsfpr
The 2017 Vancouver International Film Festival is coming Sepember 28 and will run until October 13! Featuring over 300 films from BC, Canada and the world, the 2017 Vancouver Film Festival now features new Films+ programming: Creator Talks and the VIFF LIVE concert series. It's a lineup not to be missed!     CJSF and the Vancouver International Film Festival are proud to co-present Elle-Máijá...
Posted on: Wed, 2017-09-13 18:10
By: cjsfpr
From September 21 to 24, LiterASIAN 2017 highlights Asian-Canadian literature, history and culture. Centred around the theme of "Storytelling and the Art of the Novel," this year's festival will feature award-winning authors Leslie Shimotakahara, Terry Watada, Eleanor Guerrero-Campbell, Leanne Dunic, Julia Lin, Jen Sookfong Lee, and Catherine Hernandez, who will all hold book launches on...
Posted on: Fri, 2017-08-11 17:24
By: cjsfpr
From August 24th to September 3rd, the 15th Annual Vancouver Latin American Film Festival celebrates the festival’s Quinceañera with films from throughout Latin America, including Argentina, Chile, Mexico and this year’s guest country, Cuba.  Featuring the most women directors in the festival’s history, highlights of the 15th Annual Vancouver Latin American Film Festival include Women in...
Posted on: Wed, 2017-08-02 15:37
By: cjsfpr
We're looking for people to fill two Volunteer Exec positions at CJSF: the Training Coordinator position and a brand-new Volunteer Coordinator position! Both Volunteer Exec positions are among the most important positions at CJSF, as virtually all of our programming and other initiatives are undertaken by volunteers. Bring your enthusiasm, fresh ideas and volunteer training and coordination...
Posted on: Wed, 2017-07-26 17:34
By: cjsfpr
CJSF's Pride Week is July 31 through August 6, and you're invited to get involved! Here's how we're marking the occasion: read on for more info.   SPECIAL PROGRAMMING  Speak Up! will be broadcasting a range of spoken word programming highlighting LGBTQ2S perspectives throughout the week, and there will also be special Pride mixes on a number of CJSF's music shows including Full Spectrum House (...
Posted on: Fri, 2017-06-30 15:22
By: cjsfpr
Jericho Beach Park comes alive with The 40th Annual Vancouver Folk Music Festival, featuring over 65 acts from 20 countries in one spectacular beach-front setting.  See Billy Bragg and Joe Henry, Bahamas, Congo's Mbongwana Star, Barenaked Ladies, Kathleen Edwards, and the long-awaited return of women's music pioneer, Ferron (pictured; photo credit Vancouver Folk Music Festival), with her All Star...

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