Come discover public art gems at SFU!
The Burnaby Festival of Learning is pleased to present an exciting and diverse range of informative and entertaining events. Check out the Featured Events below for a daily selection.
Over the past few years a team of researchers at SFU has been studying yeast diversity in the gut of wasps and has found some yeasts that are characteristic in some traditionally-made wines as well as in spontaneously-fermented beers.
Explore questions of crime and criminal justice using literature as an interesting and provocative lens with John Whatley, Associate Member of the SFU School of Criminology & Department of English.
This large multimedia installation focuses on the Japanese and North American cultural tradition of preparing a hope chest for adolescent women. Incorporating printmaking and photography within a richly layered structure the artist creates intimate portraits of four young women from Japan and Canada.
Burnaby Early Childhood Development invites you to drop in on the fun at the second annual Play to Learn! The event features fun, free, crafts and hands-on activities at stations aimed at 0-6 year olds. Parents will also learn some tips and techniques to engage in lifelong learning through play.
Come and explore the gallery and learn about its history through an interactive scavenger hunt that will take you throughout the Ceperley House. Once you have collected all of the clues retreat to veranda to create a visual story that combines historical facts and imagined futures in a graphic book that can be taken home.
With the help of 6,000 engineers, scientists, innovators and researchers across Canada, Science Rendezvous has become the largest science festival in Canada. On May 7th, 80 partner organizations across this country will open their doors and close city streets to present exciting demonstrations, hands-on activities, and explosive experiments.