Every Kind of Love

Chan Centre for the Performing Arts, 6265 Crescent Road, Vancouver

EVERY KIND OF LOVE features performances from students and community artists that are dedicated to discussing and representing queer love, trans love, 2-Spirit love, Black love, Indigenous love, and radical-self love. Held in the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts in the Performing Arts' beautiful TELUS Studio.

💖 While traditional Valentine’s Day celebrations typically promote a kind of “love” which is not inclusive to all genders, sexualities, and experiences, EVERY KIND OF LOVE will create a safer space for artists and audience members to share their vulnerability. We welcome a Valentine's Day in full spectrum.

💖 Every Kind of Love is presented by the UBC Arts & Culture District and UBC Arts Undergraduate Society to showcase students and community artists in the Telus Studio of the Chan Centre in their diverse ways of loving themselves and others.

PROGRAM 6pm New Members Sign-Up (check out booths, art, and community organizations that are safer spaces for folks on campus! Sign-Up to be a part of their groups) 6:30 Doors 7pm - 9PM Performance

Show: Artemisia Duo Emmanuel Morris Chelsea Franz Aisha Mac Marco Becca Soft Oatmeal Queen Anjalica Solomon Erin Purghart + Alain Tahir Mika Sage Saliska Sun Tawahum Def G LJ Weisberg

At 9pm join us for an after party to meet the artists and others at Koerner's Pub on UBC Campus.

TICKETS

$8 + Option to donate more to the DEWC

All ticket sales will be donated to the Downtown Eastside Women's Centre.

LAND

We acknowledge this event is taking place on the stolen and unsurrendered ancestral territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), səl̓ilwətaɁɬ (Tsleil-waututh), and sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) nations.

On Feburary 14 support the Womens Memorial March. "The women’s memorial march continues to honour the lives of missing and murdered women and all women’s lives lost in the Downtown Eastside. Increasing deaths of many vulnerable women from the DTES still leaves family, friends, loved ones, and community members with an overwhelming sense of grief and loss. Indigenous women disproportionately continue to go missing or be murdered with minimal to no action to address these tragedies or the systemic nature of gendered violence, poverty, racism, or colonialism." Visit: https://womensmemorialmarch.wordpress.com/

ACCESS

When approaching the Chan Centre entrance from the top of the stairwell off of Main Mall, there is an elevator located on the east side of Flag Pole Plaza; adjacent of the main doors to the Chan Centre.

The same elevator connects to the Rose Garden Parkade, and a number of accessible parking stalls can be found on level five.

Infrared Hearing System headsets are available free of charge for those who are hard of hearing. For further details or to make special arrangements, please contact Carl Armstrong at 604.822.2188 or carl.armstrong@ubc.ca.

The Telus Studio seating on the first floor will be cabaret style with tables and moveable chairs. The Telus Studio aims to fully accommodate those with accessibility needs. If you have further questions please contact carl.armstrong@ubc.ca.

$8