@CUTVaplusc - November 1, 2011
This week's episode features Edward Burtynsky's McCord Museum exhibition, Concordia University's Bethune Block Party, the Blue Sunshine Psychotronic Film Centre and a look into Manga with Concordia University's Otaku Club.
Edward Burtensky's photographs explore the enigmatic images of oil production, the photographer presents a public lecture explaining its meaning.
Host Marilyn Casselman explores the Bethune Block Party at Bethune square located near Concordia University, initiated by QPIRG, the Quebec Public Interest Research Group at Concordia, the theme of the event is to demand more space for students. The event hosts Workshops, Music, Art, Food and fun activities. CUTV Box Populus machine is spray painted by artists.
Reporter Hawerht Jorna peeks inside the underground "Blue Sunshine Psychotronic film centre" and talks with Kier-La Janisse the co-owner. The 47 seat theatre presents independent films and discussion with its filmmakers..
Join Baghdig Balyan as he continues his exploration of local Montreal clubs focuses on the Japanese orientated Otaku club and discovers what a Manga is. Located at 2020 Mackay room 106 the club features a library of 100s of Japanese comics, anime costumes, Baghdig interviews the president and several members of their involvement with the club.