This week at Douglas College: Free concert, sustainable energy discussion and more!
Here’s what’s happening at Douglas March 23-29
New Westminster Campus, Amelia Douglas Gallery
Journey features whimsical mixed-media works by Paul Burgoyne. February 19-April 10, 2015. Free and open to public. More info: Gallery webpage.
New Westminster Campus, Studio Theatre
Trojan Women, adapted from Charles L. Mee’s Trojan Women: A Love Story, from the original work of Euripides, is presented by the Douglas College departments of Theatre and Stagecraft & Event Technology, March 20-27. For more information, including showtimes and how to buy tickets, visit Arts Events.
Thursday, March 26
New Westminster Campus, Laura C. Muir Theatre
Arts at One presents the first in our Winter 2015 Student Showcase concert series. Come out and support our talented student musicians. Free and open to all. More info: Arts Events.
Friday, March 27
New Westminster Campus, Aboriginal Gathering Place (Room 4650)
Explore sustainability and innovation in the energy sector as it relates to agriculture and the production of food. This is the first of two seminars and it focuses on a student-led discussion of what sustainable energy and its connection to food production means to you. Free and open to the public. Register to attend on Eventbrite.
New Westminster Campus, Studio Theatre (Room 4100)
Celebrate the launch of the 2015 edition of Pearls, an anthology of works by Douglas College Creative Writing students.
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