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Human Library: RealiTEA’s of Resistance


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The Great Dane Coffee

6011 Walter Gage Road

Vancouver, BC



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.


At RealiTEA’s of Resistance ‘readers’ have intimate conversations with storytellers as “books” coming from unique and diverse perspectives. Free, admission, coffee & tea for participants - hear the voices of the unheard! @ Great Dane Coffee, UBC Point Grey Campus


UBC Arts & Culture District

The UBC Arts & Culture District invites you to immerse yourself in live music, theatre, opera, film, contemporary and fine art, a world-renowned Museum of Anthropology, and more.

We are the producer of the annual ARTIVISM festival. Welcome to ARTIVISM 2023, presented by UBC Arts & Culture. This year's theme is "Madness of the Masses" where radical creativity merges with collective liberation. Brace yourself for immersive experiences where art and culture becomes a catalyst for challenging the confines of a capitalist system. This Artivism invites you to the spaces of storytelling, where we seek to challenge class systems, highlight mental and emotional effects of oppression, and ultimately invite imagination to envision a culture of community and collective care through creativity.

The UBC Arts and Culture District educates and showcases student creatives and scholars, presents world-renowned performers, and is home to innovative public programs and international exhibitions. We also offer annual Artivism Festival and International Women’s Day events.

We hold the creative and performing arts as core to deep disciplinary knowledge and applied research, and as the key to a fulfilled and connected life.


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ARTIVISM: Madness in the Masses

UBC Arts & Culture District Vancouver, BC

Welcome to ARTIVISM 2023, our 5th annual festival celebrating both student and community resistance and resilience through art. This year's theme is "Madness is the Masses" where radical creativity merges with collective liberation. Brace y...