10th Annual ACAM 350 Community Screening

The Asian Canadian and Asian Migration Studies Program is excited to invite you to our 10th annual community screening of short films produced in ACAM 350: Asian Canadian Community Media! This community screening will feature student films that cover a wide range of Asian and Asian-Canadian topics, and will be followed by an informal mix and mingle. Please join us to celebrate the work of this year’s cohort!

We would like to acknowledge that this event is taking place on the traditional, unceded, ancestral homelands of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), and Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and səl̓ilwətaɁɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) First Nations. We hope that as we continue facilitating dialogue around Asian diasporic communities, we also engage in critical conversation about what it means to be uninvited guests and settlers on this land.

  • When: April 22 @ 6:00pm — 8:00pm (Pacific Time)
  • Where: Hugh Dempster Pavilion, Room 301 (6245 Agronomy Road, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4)
  • RSVP: Please register using the form below


Building access

  • Venue main entrance accessible via Agronomy Road
  • The event will be held in Room 301 on the third floor of the building, and it can be accessed through the staircase to the right of the main entrance or the elevator
  • Nearby parking facilities include UBC Health Sciences Parkade and Thunderbird Parkade
  • Gendered washrooms are located on the first floor (men’s washroom) and second floor (women’s washroom)
Scent / Noise / Wi-Fi
  • The space will only be shared by participants, but due to public nature of event, we cannot guarantee controlled scent or noise levels. We invite guests to be mindful of one another by refraining from wearing scented/perfumed products.
  • The space has WiFi and may not be suitable for those with EMS (electromagnetic sensitivity).

As announced in June 2022, UBC no longer requires students, faculty and staff to wear non-medical masks, but UBC continues to recommend that masks be worn in indoor public spaces. For this in person event, ACAM also recommends the wearing of masks for the safety of vulnerable members of the community, as well as all welcomed guests.

If you require any other accessibility accommodations please contact us at acam.events@ubc.ca.