Studio 6 Forum
Conversations curated in partnership with local community groups, bringing light to important but underrepresented topics and issues in our communities.
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2019 Queer Arts Festival: Relational rEvolutions Curator Roundtable (recorded June 20, 2019; released June 7, 2021)
Companion roundtable discussion to the Relational rEvolutions visual art exhibition at the 2019 edition of the Queer Arts Festival.
Learn more about the Queer Arts Festival, an "artist-run multi-disciplinary festival celebrating queer art and artists in Vancouver," at https://queerartsfestival.com.
2019 Vancouver Art Book Fair: NWC Talks ft. Dana Claxton (recorded Oct. 19, 2019; released Oct. 15, 2020)
Roundtable discussion at the 2019 Vancouver Art Book Fair, with North West Coast (NWC) editor Dana Claxton and contributors in conversation about the "sociopolitical context for their contemporary art practices and engagement with traditional Indigenous Northwest Coast visual culture" (VABF).
Learn more about the Vancouver Art Book Fair at vancouverartbookfair.com.
2019 Bard on the Beach Forum: "Kate - Victim or Victor?" (recorded July 6, 2019; released Dec. 20, 2019)
Panel discussion on Shakespeare's "The Taming of the Shrew" at the 2019 edition of Bard on the Beach at Vanier Park, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Learn more about Bard on the Beach, "Western Canada’s largest not-for-profit, professional Shakespeare Festival," at bardonthebeach.org.
Megaphone Speaker's Bureau, "From Isolation to Solidarity" (recorded May 14, 2019; released Nov. 22, 2019)
Full video coverage of "From Isolation to Solidarity," a panel discussion on "the significance of community during the overdose crisis," which took place May 14, 2019 at 312 Main as part of Megaphone Magazine's Speaker's Bureau public event series.
For more information on the Megaphone Speaker's Bureau and its efforts to raise awareness of issues surrounding drug use and overdose prevention, visit http://speakersbureau.megaphonemagazine.com/.
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