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Great stuff to do in Vancouver this weekend

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On February 15th, the Vancouver Art Gallery transforms into THE place for art, music and live performance in the city. In honour of CO-MIX: A Retrospective of Comics, Graphics and Scraps, FUSE takes on a graphic feel, introducing performative accompaniments to the exhibition. Live performances in the Gallery spaces, DJs, eclectic Gallery tours and unexpected surprises! See and be seen!

Slam-Love : Urban Ink 5th Annual Crossroads (Evi’s pick)
Feb 15 | 8pm 437 W. Hastings | $25

Back for the 5th year, urban ink productions in association with W2 Media Café will be hosting the annual crossroads poetry slam!!!! Back with attitude and beats, we're showcasing some of the best spoken word artists and DJs. In an intimate downtown studio space, join us to hear artists speaking out and spinning against injustice. Slam Love Community, friends, represent! A few spots available for OPEN MIC! Get tickets here.




One Billion Rising (Evi’s Pick)
Feb 14 |12-1pm| Vancouver Art Gallery | FREE

You are invited to RAISE AWARENESS with over 1 billion others on Valentines Day for women and those who love them and WALK OUT, DANCE, RISE UP, and DEMAND an end to violence against women and an end to violence in general. ONE BILLION RISING will move the earth, activating women and men across every country.


Love Umbrella Project Exhibition  (Evi’s Pick)
Feb 14 | 6pm-10pm | Vancouver Art Gallery

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