The UFV Theatre department has kicked off its 2011/12 season with an adaptation of The Arabian Nights by American playwright Mary Zimmerman. Performed on the Chilliwack campus, this critically praised work re-examines the tale of Scheherazade. Since discovering his queen’s infidelity — which she pays for with her life — cruel King Shahryar has […]
On October 20, 2011, the South Asian Peer Networking Association (SAPNA) hosted a Diwali celebration for the UFV community at the Centre for Indo Canadian Studies, located in U House. The event drew a large crowd of UFV students and staff as well as members of the larger Abbotsford community. The celebration opened up with […]
The National Film Board of Canada, in collaboration with UFV, presents Get Animated! Join this cross-Canada celebration of the NFB’s latest animated films. Come to a free 80-minute screening of some of “Canada’s finest (and funniest) animated films.” Billed as “an eclectic collection of entertaining new animation films, ranging from the whimsical to the experimental,” […]
Cree writer Tomson Highway wrapped up his two-day visit to UFV on Monday at the Abbotsford campus with a meet and greet, reading and signing session. The Canadian Aboriginal playwright visited the Chilliwack campus on Sunday for a staged reading of excerpts from his play The Rez Sisters. Monday’s event saw the internationally renowned playwright, […]
CIVL 101.7 FM, a community-based campus radio station at UFV’s Abbotsford campus, was recently awarded $5,883 through the Youth Internship Program of the Community Radio Fund of Canada for its community news editor. CIVL’s community news editor, Tiffany Suderman, has been trained in reviewing, selecting, writing, producing, and scheduling different lengths and volumes of appropriate […]
During last week’s Tony Parsons event at UFV Chilliwack, a number of media turned out to listen to the broadcaster’s words of wisdom. One such outlet in attendance was Shaw TV, Chilliwack. The story is currently airing on Shaw TV, cable channel 4 in Chilliwack, Agassiz, Harrison and Hope.
The University of the Fraser Valley’s Development for a New Generation project is hosting a free forum for Fraser Valley youth this Saturday to raise awareness of sustainable international development options for volunteers. D4NG is a project sponsored by the UFV Global Development Institute. It’s designed to increase awareness and understanding regarding Canada’s approach […]
Paul Almond is a landmark Canadian filmmaker who pioneered the development of the Canadian film industry in the 1950s. In over four decades of film-making he directed 120 dramas for Canadian, British and U.S. TV networks, and created the ground-breaking documentary “7Up”. In 1970, Almond wrote and directed the feature film “Act of the […]