Although the story is a classic Haida legend, the feelings and experiences felt by the characters are important in the modern context.
SGaawaay K'uuna, The Edge of the Knife is celebrated for being the first feature film in the Haida language’s two dialects, as well as for having achieved the Haida’s community planning objectives.
Lorna Brown is the curator of the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery’s newest exhibit “Beginning with the Seventies: Radial Change,” which brings forward impactful archived works that discuss politics, gender, sexuality and race.
“In a lot of the activities we run, people say ‘No, no that is too hard to understand,’ but we show them it isn’t, we break it down to concepts they understand. So now they know it is not so scary."
ROVE is a free art walk, started in 2013 by UBC alumni Jamie Smith, to showcase hidden gems of talent and support the artist community.
On a late Wednesday evening, I clamored up the large steps of Orchard Commons and into my first and the first Virtual Reality (VR) Workshop with the UBC Emerging Media Lab, the first of many to come.
Join these clubs as a media expert or as someone who wants to create open lines of communication within specialized areas.
Gabriel is originally from Toronto, Ontario and studied electronics at school. But he struggled to access resources that would guide him along a career path, specifically one that he enjoyed.