Archive for 2010

Review: Grace Satellite Gallery, Artwalk Vancouver

Posted in art, reviews with tags , , , , , , , , , on March 23, 2010 by bex0r

Event: Artwalk Vancouver 2010

Location: Grace Gallery Satellite, Gaoler’s Mews, Water St/Blood Alley

Artists: Ronan Boyle featuring Andrew Tong, The Dark, Black Peter, Jeremy Riley, Sean Maxey, Office Supplies Inc., Weakhand and Andy Dixon.

Medium: Mixed

credit: thecheapershow

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2010 Convergence

Posted in activism, art, DIY, politics, random advice with tags , , , on February 6, 2010 by bex0r

hey y’all,

so I’ve been thinking about doing a post on this for awhile, but it’s taken some time to get organized. What with LSAT, last semester of my BA degree, commuting between Van and Nanaimo, and all the other wonderful things I do, this blog has taken a back seat. But never fear, I’ve finally got my shit sorted and compiled a list of things to do, places to go and people to see for the resistance-minded citizens among us during the 2010 Olympics. w00t!

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Global Media Newscast: The Olympics and Global Resistance

Posted in activism, drama, writing with tags , , , , , , , on March 29, 2009 by bex0r


When the Olympic Games come to town, often the sounds of patriotic anthems, fanfare and athletic competition are overshadowed by the louder calls for peace, equality and social justice. History has shown that where the International Olympic Committee treads, exploitation, repression and controversy are not far behind. While mainstream media outlets in each host city might not have the freedom to cover these issues, an emerging independent media force consisting of citizen journalists utilizing new media technology is laying the groundwork for an alternative source of Olympic coverage featuring alternative narratives, greater transparency and a more inclusive ethos of community participation in the Games.

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