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Konnichiwa Vancity Peeps!!

In this EoM / VO edition of offbeat event listings we have two big festivals to highlight with many honorable mention events. Unfortunately I have to be in Regina this weekend, but will be at Pecha Kucha, Malcolm Levy, & Anza tonight. Enjoy the first SUNNY weekend in October!


1. 6th Annual Drift Art Festival  

Oct 1-3 | Main St | FREE

Showcasing local Vancouver artists working in all media. The event is free to the public and takes place in ~80 shops, cafes, galleries and open studios all along Main Street! EastOfMain's Andriy Mishchenko will be taking part this year and displaying his work at his home studio (575 E 5th Ave). 

--> Malcolm Levy ...water & light
part of DRIFT Festival
TONIGHT! Sep 30 7-11pm | Grace Gallery | FREE

'Over the past decade, Malcolm Levy has made substantial contributions to experimental film, documentary and new media. Seven-year Creative Director of Vancouver’s New Forms festival, his films and video installation works have been shown in India, Australia, China and Canada. This wealth of experience garnered him the role of lead curator for CODE Live, the festival of digital art created for the 2010 Olympics... ' Whitehot Magazine. 2010

--> Drift Opening Reception & Group Exhibit
Fri Oct 1 | Creekside CC | FREE
See a sampling of works from Drift artists. You could win a $500 certificate towards your favorite artwork.


2. 29th Annual Vancouver Intl Film Festival 

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