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Read on for this week’s lineup.
Award-winning creator and performer Kunji Mark Ikeda shares a dark chapter of Japanese Canadian history—and its ongoing effects—in this stunning dance show, tackling internment, racism and resistance.
When: April 28
Where: UBC’s Chan Centre for the Performing Arts
Cost: From $15
More Info: chancentre.com
Alimentaria Mexicana is hosting celebrated Mexican Chef Hugo Durán for two days of culinary workshops and a ticketed dinner event. The workshops will delve into the use of non-nixtamalized maize as well as the history behind its use and the importance of corn in food culture (and you’ll be able to sample four types of heirloom corn!). The five-course dinner event highlights Mayan traditions and will feature seasonal produce.
When: Workshops are April 30 and May 1. Dinner is May 3
Where: Alimentaria Mexicana
Cost: Workshops are $35; Dinner is $80
More Info: alimentariamexicana.com
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With over 70 locally-owned makers, the Bespoke Market will feature an array of goods for you to purchase. Think jewelry, ceramics, clothing, as well as artisanal food and beverages. The goal here is to shop mindfully and support your local creators.
When: April 29 – May 1
Where: Railway Museum of BC
Cost: From $8.87
More Info: bespokemarket.ca
In celebration of International Dance Day, The Dance Centre is hosting a day of free live and online events. Whether you’re looking to watch traditional Highland dancing or take part in a flamenco dance class, all of the events are bound to inspire the dancer within you.
When: April 29
Where: Various Locations
More Info: thedancecentre.ca
The Wait List Experiment tells the stories of eight youths who are on wait lists to see therapists that are recommended for an experimental pandemic peer support program. With inspiration from comedy, drama, original music, mask work, movement and visual design, the theatre piece promotes awareness of the pressures facing young people who are trying to imagine their futures during a pandemic.
When: April 29 – May 3
Cost: Free, but reserve your spot ahead of time
More Info: someassembly.ca