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Read on for this week’s lineup.
DOXA Industry events are an arm of the DOXA Documentary Film Festival – but with a focus on educating future and current filmmakers. A series of workshops are available where you can build skills and connections while discussing the art of non-fiction storytelling.
When: May 7 – 15Where: Various LocationsCost: FreeMore Info: doxafestival.ca
Granville Island Brewery is turning 38! In honour of their b-day, the brewery is hosting a party with free food samples and (if you’re of drinking age) beer samples. Plus, live entertainment, games and food trucks are slated for the full day.
When: May 14Where: Granville Island BreweryCost: Free to attend, beer will be $5 after your freebieMore Info: Registering for a time slot is encouraged, but not required. Register via BookWhen.
This one-day festival is set to celebrate Israeli culture through music, art, dance and of course, food. A big theme for the festival is the importance of diversity and inclusiveness and how they are both the building blocks of Israeli culture.
When: May 15Where: Jewish Community Centre Parking LotCost: Events are free, but food donations to the Jewish Food Bank are encouragedMore Info: israelifestival.com
The world premiere of Rebel Grace uses dance to explore gentle transactions as acts of resistance as well as empowerment and gratitude. Expect emotional scenes of movement set to live music.
When: May 12 – 14Where: Scotiabank Dance CentreCost: $34; $25 students and seniorsMore Info: thedancecentre.ca
The artists featured in this exhibit are of Mexican American heritage and self-identify as Xicanx, which is a term that transcends borders and gender to encompass the Xicanx people’s multi-generational experiences of social difference. The Xicanx artists featured work across many different mediums but all combine visual art and activism in order to address personal, social and political issues.
When: May 12 – January 1Where: Museum of Anthropology at UBCCost: $15; $13 for students and seniors; free for UBC faculty, staff and studentsMore Info: moa.ubc.ca