This week at Douglas College: Legacies of Berger panel discussion at New Westminster campus

Here’s what’s happening at Douglas: Sept. 28- Oct. 4

Tuesday, Sept. 29

Composer Tuesday – Marcus Goddard
Muir Theatre
New Westminster Campus
12:30pm

The Music Department presents a special presentation by Marcus Goddard, Associate Principal Trumpet with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and a composer of over 35 works.

Wednesday, Sept. 30

Hawaii Field School Information Session

New Westminster Campus
11am
Meet the instructors and find out about studying in Hawaii in 2016.

Hawaii Field School Information Session

Coquitlam Campus
2pm
Meet the instructors and find out about studying in Hawaii in 2016.

Thursday, Oct. 1

Arts at One – Nyundo School Road Show
Muir Theatre
New Westminster Campus
1pm
Student choir from Rwanda to perform a collection of songs.

Friday, Oct. 2

Thunder in our Voices opening reception
Amelia Douglas Gallery
New Westminster Campus
6pm

Contemporary portraits from the Berger Inquiry by Linda MacCannell to be presented. Refreshments will be served.

Panel Discussion: Legacies of Berger
New Westminster Campus
7pm
Panel discussion about the legacy of Justice Thomas R. Berger’s consultations with the Dene and Inuvialuit community in 1974 about a proposed oil and gas pipeline, which to this day has not been constructed. Berger’s commission set the stage for all future hearings.
Reserve seats here
Maritime Field School Information Session
New Westminster
3:30pm
Meet the instructors and find out about studying in the Maritimes in 2016.

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