Public Events at UBC Vancouver
From panel discussions to museum tours, UBC offers free and low-cost public events on and off campus every week. Join us and learn something new.
- May 12: Anti-Racist Teaching Series: Identity Matters: Connecting Power, Privilege and Bias to Anti-Racism Work
- May 12: Through the Lens: Finding Artful Activism at the Intersection of Race and Sexuality
- May 15: Plant Propagation for the People: A Workshop
- May 19: Black Underrepresentation in Business
- May 26: entrepreneurship@UBC Investor Showcase
- June 9: From Burning Out to Burning Brightly
- Every Tuesday–Sunday: Beaty Biodiversity Museum
- Every Tuesday–Sunday: Museum of Anthropology Tours
- Every Wednesday: Rare Books and Special Collections Drop-in Tours
- Now–May 30: Fata Morgana: UBC Master of Fine Arts Exhibition 2021
- Now–September 5: Future for Memory: Art and Life After the Great East Japan Earthquake
Want to include your event on this listing? We prioritize UBC-affiliated Lower Mainland events that are free or low-cost, open to the public, and offer a cultural, learning or community-building opportunity. Contact us for more information.