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Take part in the celebration of the arts this weekend

Live At Squamish. Photo Credits: Music Festival Junkies & LSMYDESIGN

This weekend will be a celebration of the arts, with tons of cool artists showcasing their work along with some interesting design conferences and a lecture series. And without fail, there is always dancing.

On another note, if you haven't been to the Richmond or Chinatown Night Market, well, sounds like you're one of the few - read an article on this year's market here.

The BEE list is curated by Ajay Masala PuriLisa Craveiro, Steve Williams, and Lorien Henson.

 

Top Picks

1. Design Thinking Unconference
Aug 19-20 | Emily Carr University | $199 Full / $49 Student

Come out for a two-day immersion in ideas, projects and practice exploring the craft of Design Thinking. Combining panel discussions and a free-wheeling unconference, you will engage with many facets of design from research, to product, urban and even design for social change.


2. KENTalks: Comedy Lecture Series
Aug 19 | Museum Of Vancouver | 7:30 – 10:30 PM | $12

KEN is a live comedy lecture series featuring some of Vancouver’s funniest humans presenting hilarious ideas about ordinary life. Advance tickest are strongly recommended.
 
3. All Over the Map: Kutapira
Aug 21st | 2 PM | Ron Basford Park on Granville Island | Free

All Over the Map is an outdoor dance and music series, bringing you the best in free, outdoor cultural events in Vancouver. Be sure to bring your dancing shoes as the lively, all-ages performances have been known to get you moving.

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