Museum of Anthropology 11 months ago
The Musqueam Indian Band Flag will be raised at UBC’s Vancouver Campus Monday, Feb 25 at 10 am. This flag will be a constant reminder of UBC’s relationship & ongoing partnership with the Musqueam people. All are welcome to attend http://ow.ly/N8uR30nN0uD View Image
This pictorial manuscript tells the story of the forced disappearance in 2014 of 43 students in Ayotzinapa, connecting pre-contact Mesoamerican peoples & the Spanish conquest with Neo-colonialism & racism in Mexico today. Visit us http://ow.ly/BawD30kfX2g View Image
We can't wait to see the finished multi-sensory mural painted by Olinda Silvano & Silvia Ricopa of a woman's art collective from Lima! The pair has been singing as they work, filling the space with their ancestral knowledge. Hear them live tomorrow night! View Image
This mask from Peru represents the devil’s wife “La Loca.” In many parts of Latin America, where Catholicism was imposed after the Spanish conquest, carnivals are the devil’s party. Here the players both mock & appease devils & the forces they represent. View Image
Chan Centre for Performing Arts about 2 years ago
“It took the school by the bootstraps and pulled us up to a whole new level. They always say one plays up to the theatre, and it’s true.” - Nancy Hermiston, Director of UBC Opera, UBC School of Music Read more: https://chancentre.com/pitch-perfect/ View Image
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