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[26 Mar 2012 | No Comment | 78 views]
Aiming for photography

Faith vanDeventer profiles a young woman whose goal is to become a professional photographer.
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Audioslideshows 2012, Featured »

[25 Mar 2012 | No Comment | 114 views]
Brooms flying off walls at Granville Island

Jori Bojm, Mary Schwieger, and Sarah Schwieger are the owners and creators of Granville Island Broom Co. Schwieger explains how the tradition of making brooms entered into her family and how making brooms is, in fact, an art form. By Megan Renaud and Katarina Pedersen.

Audioslideshows 2012, Featured »

[25 Mar 2012 | No Comment | 94 views]
In the tattoo parlour

Sarah Schuchard and Hannah Ackeral on learning the art of tattooing

Audioslideshows 2012, Featured »

[25 Mar 2012 | No Comment | 80 views]
Baby love

Crystal Scuor explores the world of being a new mother.

Featured, Video 2011 »

[19 Apr 2011 | No Comment | 54 views]

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[19 Apr 2011 | No Comment | 48 views]

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[19 Apr 2011 | No Comment | 54 views]
Celtic Fest in Vancouver

By Brian Yap
The 2011 CelticFest Vancouver, which lasted for four days starting from March 16-20 downtown on Granville St, was celebrated with free Celtic musical performances in the Village Market and the much-anticipated Parade of Shamrocks.
Starting at Drake at Howe and ending at Georgia at Granville, the parade featured Celtic pipers, violinists, sword-fighting, dancers and drummers in kilt and Irish dress.
At the village, there were stalls selling Irish handicrafts, as well as delicious fast food and Irish herbal tea, and there was interactive story-telling.

Featured, Video 2011 »

[19 Apr 2011 | No Comment | 45 views]
Sakura Day Japan Festival

By Bianca and Vivian Pencz
The Sakura Days Japan Fair, an annual cultural fair held at Vancouver’s VanDusen Botanical Garden, served a higher agenda than usual this year: all proceeds were donated to the Japanese Red Cross for disaster relief, so it’s a good thing the fair proved as popular as ever. This is the result of our first time filming and editing video ever, let alone as a twin sister team. Fortunately, neither of us killed the other during the making of this video.

Featured, Video 2010 »

[28 Apr 2010 | No Comment | 80 views]
Deluxe Junk

By Brittany Tiplady and Lucas Menenes-Skoda