"Wells Hill" auxiliary discourse on the lives, works, and sweeping theories of Glenn Gould and Marshall McLuhan. Curated by Richard Cavell, UBC professor whose research focuses on media theory and Canadian Studies, finding common ground in his publications on foundational media theorist Marshall McLuhan.
Discourse on Glenn Gould: Saturday, November 18, 1-4 PM
Hosted by Owen Underhill, composer, conductor, artistic director, and SFU SCA faculty member
Discourse on Marshall McLuhan: Saturday, November 25, 1-4 PM
Hosted by Richard Cavell, Professor of English, co-founder of the Bachelor of Media Studies Program at the University of British Columbia and author of Remediating McLuhan.
The discourse is part of a series of auxiliary events for Action at a Distance: "Wells Hill" (http://at.sfu.ca/qyMAGw), a co-presentation by of SFU Woodward's Cultural Program, DanceHouse and SFU School for the Contemporary Arts, November 24-26, 2017.
Places to go nearby approx. 15 minutes away
Rustic, French-inspired cuisine, house-made charcuterie, and fresh-baked pastries. Brunch on the weekends.More info
The Smallflower Cake & Bakeshop
Gastown cafe offers up bread, sweets, soup, sandwiches, and salads.More info
Tuc Craft Kitchen
Comfort food like shepherd's pie in an unpretentious, neighbourhood atmosphere.More info
The Charles Bar
Sleek neighbourhood pub serves bites like rock-crab corn dogs.More info
Bakery serves up over 20 types of bread alongside cakes, cookies, and galettes.More info
Cozy yet sophisticated coffeehouse in Gastown.More info