More than 60 quirky, creative individuals graced the stage at Vancouver's second ever BIL Conference, an alternative and more accessible spin-off of the TED. Highlights from this year's conference include Beauty Night Founder and Executive Director Caroline MacGillivray on building a community around a cause; Green Party candidate Lynne Quarmby on science and activism; and General Fusion Founder Michael Delage on fusion energy.
Emily Molnar, artistic director of Ballet BC, chats with us about the company’s upcoming triple-bill program, Trace. This evening of works includes the Canadian premiere of William Forsythe’s workwithinwork, a world premiere by Walter Matteini, and the return of audience favourite Petite Cérémonie by Medhi Walerski. Trace plays at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre from March 26 to 28.
From March 16 to 22, Vancouver hosted it's 12th annual Fashion Week, showcasing work by more than 60 emerging Canadian and international designers. Sad Mag's youth correspondent Elsie Millar reports back with the scoop.
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