Did you miss Kevin Vallely’s emotional presentation on Friday? Don’t fret, the video will be on the event page very soon! Meanwhile, here are a few upcoming events we recommend you check out:

Community Summit: Confronting the Disinformation Age (SFU Public Square, Apr 10–11)SFU Public Square’s 7th Community Summit will consider how the proliferation of disinformation is impacting society and challenging our capacity to make informed decisions about our economic, social, and political lives. Info and tickets at sfu.ca/publicsquare. Grand Opening: Freespace (Tuc Craft Kitchen, Feb 4) Come check out the latest location of Freespace, a local company that transforms restaurants and lounges into affordable coworking solutions. Info at thisfreespace.com. Blood On The Dance Floor by Jacob Boehme (SFU Goldcorp Centre for the Arts, Feb 6–9, 8pm) Presented by Ilbijerri Theatre Company from Australia. “There are many large issues at play in Blood on the Dance Floor, but the work’s emotional pulse is in the ordinariness of Boehme’s need for love and for a sense of belonging.” – Real Time Magazine. Info and tickets at sfu.ca. Creative Industry Showcase (Mitchell Press, Feb 7, 4pm) Create, share, collaborate. Come check out this free event and meet creative professionals from across the design spectrum. Info and tickets via Eventbrite. Public Salon (Vancouver Playhouse, Feb 7, 7:30pm) The Public Salon reminds us just what a remarkable place Metro Vancouver is. We are expecting another audience of over 500 people that is as eclectic as the presenters. Join us at the beautiful Vancouver Playhouse for a celebration of the place we call home. Info and tickets at publicsalon.org. Likemind Vancouver (Chambar, Feb 15) Members of Vancouver’s creative community will be gathering on Fri, Feb 18 for coffee, connections, and conversation (and hopefully some delicious waffles!). As always, this community event is FREE. More info here. Children of God musical (The Cultch, Feb 20–Mar 10) In this powerful musical, the children of an Oji-Cree family are sent to a residential school in Northern Ontario. Info and tickets at thecultch.com. Transformative Technology Vancouver Chapter Launch (Mobify, Feb 27) Are you working on medically and scientifically validated technologies supporting mental health, emotional wellbeing, and human thriving? Then you will want to be at this event featuring Nichol Bradford. Info and tickets via Eventbrite. Panel Discussion: Digital Production Management (Brainstation, Feb 27, 6:30) The panel will provide real-world insights and actionable tips into the skills you need to become an effective product manager, and what you can apply to your team’s next project. Info and tickets at brainstation.io. CreativeMornings: Juno Kim (SFU Woodward’s, Mar 1, 8:30am) Juno Kim is known for being a conscious chef whose unique approach to food has garnered him awards, accolades and a reputation as one of the best caterers and food stylists in Vancouver. Info and tickets at creativemornings.com. Restoration & Stories: Opening Reception (Britannia Art Gallery, Mar 6–29) The panel will provide real-world insights and actionable tips into the skills you need to become an effective product manager, and what you can apply to your team’s next project. More info at probynart.com. Have a creative day!