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Great stuff to do in Vancouver this week

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A Look At Branding, Digital Advertising and Digital Media (Miraj’s pick)
Feb 26 | 6 – 8 PM | Vancity Theatre, 1181 Seymour St. | $50

 

What does Xbox Live, a multi-BILLION dollar Advertising Agency, a Kool Vancouver based Digital Agency, Comic Books, Vancouver Film School and the NDP have in common? A lot, as it turns out, with lots of $$$$$ to be made. Come find out!

 

Eco Art Salon w/ Jordan Hall
Feb 27 | 7pm | Roundhouse Centre | By Donation

Join the Community Arts, Eco Arts Salon for a much anticipated and exciting evening, with playwright Jordan Hall reading excerpts from her award-winning environmental play "Kayak" and facilitate a discussion about the intersections of environmentally-themed writing, and strategies for developing, writing and thinking about staging public performances and interventions. Participants are invited to bring performance ideas or concepts at any stage of development to the Salon for workshop post the reading and discussion. Refreshments will be provided, but bring your own mug. Click on the link for more info.

 

UPCOMING & ONGOING EVENTS

 

Chutzpah Festival

Feb 7-Mar 3 | Various times and locations

 

The Girl In The Frame

Feb 13 - Mar 2 |8pm| Studio 1398 | $25

 

Dance All Sorts: The Contingency Plan

Feb 17- Mar 3 | Roundhouse Centre | $5-25

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