*VULGAR LANGUAGE WARNING* Todays show is all about the reviews of productions the Arts Report did not get to sharing with you all this past month. We have reviews of Memory Wax (http://vidf.ca/performance/retazosmemory-wax-cuba/), The Out Vigil (http://firehallartscentre.ca/onstage/the-out-vigil/), Vancouver’s Improvised Music Meeting (http://www.barkingsphinx.com/2016/02/20/vancouver-improvised-music-meeting-2016-march-24-25-26/), Going Home Star (https://rwb.org/whats-on/show/going-home-star), and UBC’s 100 Film Festival (http://theatrefilm.ubc.ca/motion-picture-innovators-ubc-next-100-film-festival-2/). Coupled with our reviews is a special plug for two events happening on our very own UBC campus at the Chan Center (chancentre.com) and the Museum of Anthropology (moa.ubc.ca). Acclaimed Canadian Artist, Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun, speaks with us live on the show about his new pieces featured in a new exhibition at MOA called Unceded Territories. Play our podcast to hear more about each event!
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