What Remains. Malcolm Aiken Quartet. HICU Sound Tape Showcase + Pop Up. Spectrum (Pres. by VTF). This Week In Gastown.
Exhibition runs: January 13th-March 12th, 2017
Exhibition Opening: Friday, January 13th 6-9pm
What Remains is comprised of the work of four artists who contend with conditions of identity through unique and varied means. This multimedia exhibition incorporates dialogical performance highlighting resistance to a gendering and racializing gaze formed on Eurocentric constructions of identity politics. Sincere, experiential, embodied works from the following artists will be featured: Afuwa, Chun Hua Catherine Dong, Marbella Anne Carlos and Jordan Martin.
Thu. January 12, 2017
Welcome to #GroundUp – a night of Live R&B, Soul, Funk, Jazz and HipHop, for a cause! For over four years this Gastown nightlife staple has been showcasing the cities stellar talent – and raising funds for our neighbouring communities! Join us as we celebrate the best of our cities R&B, Soul, Funk and Hip-Hop and support charities in the DTES (and beyond) battling poverty, addiction and homelessness!
This week: The tallest most handsome trumpet player we know, mister Malcolm Aiken and his quartet.
Doors at 10pm
Friday January 13th
A new event series curated by passionate Trance lovers that explores and showcases the full spectrum of our favourite genre.
Free before 1130pm w/ RSVP via: bit.ly/2hUJdw4
Join us on Friday, January 13th as we kick off the next era of Trance in Vancouver. It’s a new night in celebration of the music that always has and always will bring us all together.
Featuring DJs Chris Arnal, Causeway, Jose Hernandez, and Adam Delikatny.