Our second Gen Why event and inaugural BYB (Bring Your Boomers) party brings generations together for on-stage inter-generational dialogue.
We pair Gen Why innovators with Boomer influencers to discover what we can learn from each other, how we can inspire re-imagination and why it's important to work together. We're honored to welcome this amazing collection of speakers:
Ken Lum - internationally celebrated multidisciplinary artist
Nettie Wild - acclaimed Vancouver documentary filmmaker
Kathleen Mahoney - internationally recognized human rights lawyer and law professor
Nimisha Mukerji - director of the award winning documentary 65_RedRoses
Leigh Christie - engineer, sculptor, event producer and co-founder of the eatART Foundation
Caleb Behn - law student and Chair of the Indigenous Circle at the Canadian Environmental Network
We will also have live music, including Zachary Gray from The Zolas; and local artists, including Vancouver's renowned street artist, Indigo. There will be drinks, free snacks, door prizes, fun surprises and a Do-It-Yourself Gen Why merchandise making station (bring an old t-shirt!)'.
Come join the conversation on March 12th at VIVO Media Arts Centre!
Get tickets here _ http://bringyourboomers.eventbrite.com/
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