Celebrating Culture and Community at C2UExpo

Simon Fraser University hosted the C²UExpo 2017 from May 1 to 5 — a conference featuring collaborations and relationships between academic and community parnters. The Community and Cultural Mash-Up reception was a special event on the evening of May 3 for C²UExpo participants, featuring some of SFU’s cultural and community partners. The night included creative forms of engagement by Gen Why Media, Tin Can Studio, Megaphone magazine and Binners’ Project; performances by Culture Saves Lives, Jim Byrnes and Tonye Aganaba, Hard Rubber Orchestra, Charles Demers, Mitcholos [AKA] Łapḥsp̓at̓unakʔi Łim̓aqs†i, Woodward’s Community Singers, Sawagi Taiko and Tzo’kam. The evening also included a PechaKucha showcase on community engagement presented by various C²UExpo delegates.

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