Heritage Vancouver brings city to life with art, music, film and architecture at Long Table Social series event

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Paul Armstrong, Founder of the Celluloid Social Club speaks about the CSC and their selection of historic movies for the Long Table Social event.



Artist Brendan Lee Satish Tang speaks about his East meets West style of pottery.



Visual Artist Germaine Koh speaks about her conceptually-generated work, which is concerned with the significance of everyday actions, familiar objects and common places.



Poet Ray Hsu speaks about his "slideshow Karoeke" improve presentation with Alex Leslie. Ray reads a poem about child soldiers in the Sri Lankan civil war, from his new book of poems about North American Imperialism called "Cold Sleep Permanent Afternoon"


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