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Posted on: Fri, 2018-02-16 10:44
By: cjsfprog
The next two episodes of The Jazz Spectrum will be devoted to Black History month.  Sunday, February 18th's show is titled, "The Struggle".  Your host, Peter Prentice, will play music from a variety of artists briefly chronicling black history in America and touching Africa.      
Posted on: Mon, 2018-01-29 16:38
By: cjsfpr
  Calling all music lovers! On Mar. 8, CJSF will turn up with another monthly instalment of Record Club, a series of listening parties curated by CJSF's Music Department. March's Record Club theme will be on Women in Hip Hop, just in time for International Women's Day - come listen to and talk about tracks and albums by key female-identifying hip hop artists from our collection and beyond! Drop...
Posted on: Fri, 2018-01-26 11:35
By: cjsfprog
Calling all SFU students!  Here's your chance to participate in a full day of diverse, student-led programming on our airwaves, Wednesday, February 28 from 9am-9pm.  Host a show, play your fave music, bring your student group - it's all up to you! Want to learn more?  Come to an information session at SFPIRG (TC-316 in the Rotunda) on either Tuesday, February 6 or Friday, February 9 from 12:30-1:...
Posted on: Mon, 2018-01-22 14:25
By: cjsfpr
CJSF 90.1 FM and The Jazz Spectrum are pleased to announce the winner of this year's Julian Award of Excellence for Emerging Canadian Jazz Artists: Sam Kirmayer, for his album Opening Statement. The Cole Birney-Stewart Sextet are runners-up! Congratulations to everyone who was nominated for the Julian Awards in 2018. Listen to this past Sunday's (Jan. 21) episode of the Jazz Spectrum to hear...
Posted on: Mon, 2018-01-15 15:18
By: cjsfpr
CJSF 90.1 FM and The Jazz Spectrum are pleased to announce the nominees for the 7th annual Julian Award of Excellence for Emerging Canadian Jazz Artists, known simply as The Julian Award. The Julian Award recognizes and promotes young and emerging Canadian jazz musicians who have created original work. The nominees for 2018 are:  Cole Birney-Stewart Sextet (Vancouver, Montreal) – “Champlain...
Posted on: Mon, 2017-11-13 14:43
By: cjsfpr
It's that time of year again: FM Party time! On December 1, SFU's campus-community radio station CJSF 90.1 FM will return to the Astoria (769 East Hastings Street, Vancouver) for its fifth straight year to celebrate 14 years at 90.1 FM and over half a century at SFU.  Come see a diverse selection of Vancouver's most exciting performing artists - groove to the R&B and hip-hop stylings of...
Posted on: Mon, 2017-11-06 13:31
By: cjsfpr
Celebrate ten years of talks and discussions by Vancouver's most interesting people at Interesting Vancouver 2017, an annual celebration of ordinary people doing extraordinary things. Interesting Vancouver brings together ten speakers from different walks of life speaking for ten minutes apiece, showcasing their passions, telling interesting stories and sparking dialogues, all in a relaxed and...
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...

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