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Get inspired at SPOKED! Bicycle Arts Celebration this weekend

SPOKED! Bicycle Arts Celebration

SPOKED! logo SPOKED! is a celebration that uses the bicycle as a catalyst for creativity. Inspired films, art and music. On Friday, August 6th there are two film programs at the Vancity Theatre, 1181 Seymour Street. 7pm "Where Are You Go" with extras, and 9pm an exciting selection of short films. $10 bucks each, or $15 for both! Tickets are available at the door. Check out the website for more info and trailers. Saturday, August 7th there will be an after party/ art show at Grace Gallery, 1898 main street. Three piece band & properly priced drinks. Dance party to follow. site:
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Aug 6th, 2010 - Aug 7th, 2010
7pm Friday, 8pm Saturday
Vancity Theatre Friday, Grace gallery Saturday

Friday is movie night!

There will be a Q&A after the first screening with Benny Zenga & Christian Zenga from "Where are you go" film, and depending on the time, another with some of the directors from the short films.

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