Past Events

  • June 21 – Songs for Reconciliation Performance

      Songs For Reconciliation June 21, 2-3PM   Trout Lake Community Centre 3360 Victoria Drive FREE   Community members from Hillcrest, Hastings and Britannia Community Centres, UBC Learning Exchange, Britannia Elementary and Hamber Secondary along with Artist in Residence William Wasden Jr celebrate their learning and sharing of Kwakwaka’wakw culture.   For more info about this project […]
  • April 24 – April 30, Sign Up for Excel Workshop on Thursday Nights

    What: Excel Workshop: Introduction to spreadsheets including formatting, formulas, and working with data. Sign-up: In person Tuesday – Friday from 1:00 – 5:00 PM. Workshop Times: May 1st – May 15th; 3 Thursday evenings 6:00 – 7:30 PM. Cost: Free Where:  UBC Learning Exchange, 612 Main Street More Info:  For details phone 604.408.5164 or click here. Registration for the Workshop is now open.
  • April 16: Wrongful Convictions, What You Need to Know

    The Canadian criminal justice system makes mistakes. Innocent people are wrongly convicted every year. It can happen to anyone. On Wednesday, April 16 Amanda Carling from the Association in Defence of the Wrongly Convicted will speak about the causes of wrongful convictions and the rights all Canadians have to protect themselves.
  • Exploring our Heritage: Chinatown and Japantown

    Learn about the vibrant history of Chinatown and Japantown in guided, interactive walking tours of the neighbourhoods. Share your own memories and experience. Discuss changes in the area, for better or worse, over time.
  • Nov 21 – 24: literASIAN, A Festival of Pacific Rim Asian Canadian Writing

    literASIAN, a collaboration between the Asian Canadian Writers’ Workshop (ACWW), Ricepaper Magazine, UBC Learning Exchange, Vancouver Public Library, and explorASIAN,  presents Canada’s first ever literary festival celebrating Pacific Rim Asian Canadian literary talent. When: Nov 21-24, 2013 What: A memorable series of readings, workshops, panel discussions and book launches. Featuring some of the Asian Canadian […]
  • Sep 9-27: Generations, A multimedia history exhibition

      Long before settlers began building residential schools, indigenous communities passed knowledge down from generation to generation. From September 9 to 27, the UBC Learning Exchange invites you to “Generations”, a thought-provoking multimedia exhibit. Based on hearings generated during Chief Justice Berger’s historic work on pipelines and Aboriginal land claims during the 1970’s, the exhibit […]