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7 years 8 months ago

Video from Public Talk - Am Johal & Eugene McCann



Videos from the Public Talk held at Centre A on Thursday, November 24, 2011 Am Johal presented Civil Unrest and the City: Spectacle and Social Justice Eugene McCann discussed Mirrors, models and...

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7 years 8 months ago

Through the Looking Glass: Artist Walk in False Creek with M. Simon Levin



This past Saturday, I had the chance to take an artist-led walk through the area around False Creek. My guide: M. Simon Levin, an artist and educator whose practice is very much embedded in this...

7 years 8 months ago

Dubai mirrors Vancouver in Maraya



By Robin Laurence Georgia Straight December 6, 2011 Exhibition at Centre A until December 17

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7 years 8 months ago

Three Reflections of Maraya: Artist Talk with M. Simon Levin, Glen Lowry, and Henry Tsang



Closing a month-long series of public programming, artists M. Simon Levin, Glen Lowry, and Henry Tsang came together this past Saturday to discuss their ongoing artistic venture, Maraya Projects....

7 years 8 months ago

Two Talks



Two talks: Eugene McCann's Mirrors Models and Movements; Am Johal's Civil Unrest and the City: Spectacle and Social Justice.

7 years 8 months ago

Public talk with Christos Dikeakos: “How the City Spoke to Us”



By Naomi Horii As part of programming for the Maraya Project, Centre A hosted a public talk by Christos Dikeakos. In this talk, Dikeakos examined “the historical mirroring of land speculation and...

Public talk with Christos Dikeakos: "How the City Spoke to Us”

7 years 9 months ago

Forgotten Frontiers: a talk with Christos Dikeakos at Centre A



When I first moved to Vancouver just over a year ago, I was told of a "rare bird" that I might find in the city: the Vancouverite who did not migrate here from Calgary, Japan, Portland, or Iran, but...

7 years 9 months ago

Larry Beasley's Simple Plan



"Cities all over the world, in love with the image of Vancouver as an urban utopia, are eager to clone it. But as former planner Larry Beasley will tell anyone who’ll listen, it’s not quite that easy...

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