Bring Your Boomers #3 - Power and Energy: Connecting the Dots

Vancouver - As part of Gen Why Media's ongoing inter-generational dialogue series, Bring Your Boo[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"1458","attributes":{"class":"media-image alignright size-medium wp-image-18183","typeof":"foaf:Image","style":"","width":"155","height":"240","alt":""}}]]mers combines intelligent conversation with music, film, visual art, storytelling and dance to provide a culturally-driven entry point to discuss social transformation.

In collaboration with the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and Leadnow.ca, 'Power and Energy: Connecting the Dots' explores BC’s emerging carbon corridor and the provincial policies needed to change course towards a green economy, just society and a healthy new era.

DATE: December 11th, 2012 | 7pm (doors at 6:30)
VENUE: The Rio Theatre - 1660 East Broadway (and Commercial Drive)
TICKETS: http://bringyourboomers3.eventbrite.com/

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OPENING PERFORMANCE: Luciterra Fusion Belly Dance quartet

STORYTELLING: CCPA’s senior economist, Marc Lee, tells the utopian story of BC’s energy policy 50 years in the future, alongside visuals created by Ben Cooper of eatART.

DIALOGUE: On-stage "living room conversations” with participants from different generations, reflecting on BC’s industrial web of fracking, pipelines, LNG plants, tankers, mines, dams and the Tar Sands. Speakers include: Damien Gillis (Y'er), Ben Parfitt (X'er) and Karen Cooling (boomer). Moderated by Vancouver celebrity, Ta'Kaiya Blaney.

CLOSING PERFORMANCE: Brasstronaut

Come enjoy a theater full of exceptional individuals, entertainment, education.... and prizes!

Tyee article and video from our last two events here: http://thetyee.ca/News/2012/01/23/Intergenerational-Problem-Solving/

SPONSORS: Vancity, CCPA, Leadnow.ca, The Tyee, Common Sense Canadian, BCGEU, BC Ideas

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