Wellbeing Walk & Roll – Decolonization Tour

The Decolonization Tour guided by the Belkin Art Gallery highlights site-specific artworks by Indigenous artists and raises questions around issues of place, space and identity. Considering how these works address urgent social […]


UBC Arts Staff Choir Social

UBC Arts Staff Choir Social

Come spend an evening with the UBC Arts Staff Choir! On Thursday, May 16, the Arts Staff Choir will have a Social Night in the lobby of the Frederic Wood […]


Artist in Residence Talk with Pegah Tabassinejad

Artist in Residence Talk with Pegah Tabassinejad

Join UBC Theatre and Film for an inspiring talk with Phil Lind Artist in Residence Pegah Tabassinejad. Don’t miss this opportunity to delve into Pegah’s work and gain insights into […]


Biodiversity Days 2024: Family Nature Walk at UBC Botanical Garden

Biodiversity Days 2024: Family Nature Walk at UBC Botanical Garden

This event is a part of series of events taking place during Biodiversity Days – a month-long event in May honouring the International Day for Biological Diversity (May 22). Biodiversity days is […]


Biodiversity Days 2024: Biodiversity Connects Us – A Student-Led Research Showcase

Biodiversity Days 2024: Biodiversity Connects Us – A Student-Led Research Showcase

This event is a part of series of events taking place during Biodiversity Days – a month-long event in May honouring the International Day for Biological Diversity (May 22). Biodiversity […]


Biodiversity Days 2024: Book Signing with Collin Varner

Biodiversity Days 2024: Book Signing with Collin Varner

This event is one of the many events taking place during Biodiversity Days, a month-long event in May honouring the International Day for Biological Diversity (May 22). Biodiversity Days is […]


CMS International Research Conference 2024

CMS International Research Conference 2024

UBC Centre for Migration Studies is thrilled to invite you to its International Research Conference 2024 in conjunction with Hong Kong Baptist University Faculty of Social Sciences. This annual conference serves as a […]


Exhibition Panel – Vanishing

Exhibition Panel – Vanishing

This panel discussion will consider innovative approaches to creative collaboration across disciplines and how activating aesthetic reconsideration of scientific collections addresses our present moment of ecological precarity. The event is […]


Artist Tour – Vanishing

Artist Tour – Vanishing

Join photo-based artist Christine Fitzgerald for a walk through Vanishing, an exhibition of new images of bird eggs and nests from historical museum collections paired with specimens from the Beaty […]


Rooting: Sharing Our Tangled Journeys to Feel at Home

Rooting: Sharing Our Tangled Journeys to Feel at Home

Step into the profound voyage of migration at Rooting: Sharing Our Tangled Journeys to Feel at Home! Here’s how it works: YOU share your own personal experiences, and OUR actors […]


Games for Decolonization Workshop

Games for Decolonization Workshop

The Games and Decolonization Workshop is an interdisciplinary forum dedicated to examining the intersections between board games and discourses of settler colonialism, decolonization, Indigenous sovereignty, and social justice. This two-day […]


“Can We Laugh Together? The Role of Humour in Building Inclusive Connections” with Ky Sargeant

“Can We Laugh Together? The Role of Humour in Building Inclusive Connections” with Ky Sargeant

In the world of EDI, we are often acutely aware of how humour and laughter can become forms of marginalization. We talk a lot about the microaggression experience of having […]


Sustainability Photo Pop-Up Exhibition

Sustainability Photo Pop-Up Exhibition

*IN PERSON – FREE – DROP IN* This winter the Sustainability Hub embarked on an exploratory photography project asking participants to consider biodiversity, resilient communities, circular economy, or climate by […]


Sketching Intersectionality

Sketching Intersectionality

Join your International Peer Advisors (IPAs) for Sketching Intersectionality, an event that aims to foster creative expression on topics related to identity. In this student-led workshop-style event, participants will be visually […]


Arts Multilingual Week

Arts Multilingual Week

Get ready to celebrate the beauty of multilingualism! Join us at the Arts Student Centre from March 4 to 8 for our annual Arts Multilingual Week! This event is the […]


Discussion of Maya Wind’s New Book, Towers of Ivory and Steel: How Israeli Universities Deny Palestinian Freedom

Discussion of Maya Wind’s New Book, Towers of Ivory and Steel: How Israeli Universities Deny Palestinian Freedom

Please join us for a discussion of Dr. Maya Wind’s new book, Towers of Ivory and Steel: How Israeli Universities Deny Palestinian Freedom (Verso Press), exploring how Israeli institutions of higher education […]


Educate & Create : Legend of Turtle Island

Educate & Create : Legend of Turtle Island

 Learn about the Legend of Turtle Island with James Groening, a Cree artist who specializes in the Woodland Art style. This guided painting workshop is an introduction to the story […]


In Search of Home: Short Films Selection and Conversation with Filmmakers

In Search of Home: Short Films Selection and Conversation with Filmmakers

Co-presented by South Taiwan Film Festival and Asian Independent Cinema Showcase, this short films selection presents TOH Tze Wei’s “The Darkest Night”, WU Yu-Fen’s “There”, and KWOK Zune’s “Night is […]


Saint Joan of the Stockyards by Bertolt Brecht

Saint Joan of the Stockyards by Bertolt Brecht

by Bertolt Brecht Adapted and directed by MFA Candidate Jacob Zimmer Embark on an epic journey into the heart of capitalism, philanthropy, and the struggle for solidarity. Follow Joan Dark, […]


Screening of LEAVING IN SORROW and Conversation with Director VINCENT CHUI

Screening of LEAVING IN SORROW and Conversation with Director VINCENT CHUI

Friday, 12 April 2024 18:00-20:15 PDT AERL 120, Aquatic Ecosystems Research Laboratory, UBC Direction: 2202 Main Mall, University of British Columbia, Vancouver | Map Parking: UBC Health Sciences Parkade, 2250 Health […]


Knowledge Circles 知識界 in Colonial Hong Kong 1945-1997: From Offshore Publics to Civic Communities

Knowledge Circles 知識界 in Colonial Hong Kong 1945-1997: From Offshore Publics to Civic Communities

Speaker: Prof. Sebastian Veg, School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences (EHESS), Paris Monday, 11 March 2024, 17:30-19:00 PDT Room 120, C.K. Choi Building, UBC 1855 West Mall, Vancouver, BC […]


[Asian Independent Cinema Showcase] Away From Home: Short Films Selection and Conversation with Filmmakers

[Asian Independent Cinema Showcase] Away From Home: Short Films Selection and Conversation with Filmmakers

The short films selection “Away From Home” features three award winning short films, all produced in Hong Kong between 2022 and 2023. The three short films are Sze-wai HO’s “Before […]


The Phil Lind Initiative: Suleika Jaouad and Jon Batiste

The Phil Lind Initiative: Suleika Jaouad and Jon Batiste

Celebrated artists and life partners, Academy Award-winning musician Jon Batiste and Emmy Award-winning writer Suleika Jaouad gave the world an intimate look into their life in the 2023 Netflix documentary […]


The Phil Lind Initiative: Sasha Velour

The Phil Lind Initiative: Sasha Velour

Critically acclaimed gender-fluid drag queen, visual artist, speaker and author Sasha Velour has been a force in the international drag scene long before her scene-stealing, rose-petal-filled win on season nine […]


The Phil Lind Initiative: Viet Thanh Nguyen

The Phil Lind Initiative: Viet Thanh Nguyen

Viet Thanh Nguyen’s writing is bold, elegant, and fiercely honest. His remarkable debut novel, The Sympathizer, won the Pulitzer Prize, was a Dayton Literary Peace Prize winner, and made the […]