Nairobi-raised, Vancouver-based rapper and producer Lu6d comes to CJSF's satellite studios at 312 Main for #CJSFStudio6Live Episode 19: watch him play some selections from his album "Unfulfilled" and also talk about his creative process, right her...

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    In our latest #CJSFStudio6Forum video, we join curator Elwood Jimmy along with artists Alexandra Gelis, David Ng, jes sachse and Raven John at the 2019 Queer Arts Festival as they talk about that year's titular exhibition, "Relational rEvolutions....

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    We're now hiring local students (or anyone between the ages of 15-30) for our summer Community Outreach and Promotions Assistant and Programming Assistant positions - see below for job descriptions. To apply, send...

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    Our #AsianHeritageMonth Record Club is now taking place this Thursday: we'll be sharing music created by people of Asian heritage, with selections from the CJSF library and beyond! Your recommendations are welcome, too.

    Join us for this wee...

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    Stretch Marks: Film Review

    When I was a little girl, I didn’t have a perception of what bodily changes are. I was a skinny, energetic kid who couldn’t care less. One time at summer camp, I heard someone saying they had stretch marks, so naturally, I asked my mom what it mea... Continue reading...

    The Wolf House: Film Review

    As an ongoing transitional space, The Wolf House by Cristobal Leon and Joaquin Cocina provides a hypnotic cinematic experience through an exemplary display of stop motion animation that removes any room for free floating contemplation. Told from t... Continue reading...

    Mellowhaunt Album Release Show - Red Gate

    On February 28, relative newcomers, Mellowhaunt, headlined Red Gate Arts Society to celebrate the release of their debut full length album, Love is Strange. 

    Dreamy, calming, and existentially lonely, Mellowhaunt is able to create beauty in... Continue reading...

    Tonye Aganaba at MOA

    On Thursday, February 13th 2020, Vancouver-based multidisciplinary artist, musician and arts facilitator Tonye Aganaba performed as a part of MOA’s sold out program. The museum’s event, "Decolonizing Voices, A Celebration of Canadian Black HERstor... Continue reading...