Julie Andreyev

Powered by Plants, March 13, 2019. Workshop on vegan cooking and nutrition

Powered by Plants, Wednesday, March 13 at 11:30am in room D2315, Emily Carr University Presented by the Vegan Congress guest, Celena McCarty, private vegan/gluten free chef and plant-based nutrition and lifestyle coach along…

Compassion Manifesto reading, March 19, 2015

  The Compassion Manifesto was created as a spoken word project intended to create dialogue in the Abe Rogatnick Media Gallery, Emily Carr University. The reading of the Manifesto took place on March 19,…

Vegan Fashion Show, March 18, 2015

For this event, we joined with designers, activists and entrepreneurs creating vegan fashion! Glenn from local shoe shop Nice Shoes presented their collection; Leslie Fox from Association for the Protection of Fur-Bearing Animals…

How Vegan Are You? March 17, 2015

For this event we set up a camera and computer in the Abe Rogatnick Media Gallery, Emily Carr University, and invited people to participate in a photoshoot. We asked them, “How Vegan Are You?”

Vegan Tea Party, March 16, 2015

We had a successful launch of the week long series of events, in the form of a tea party during lunch time in the Abe Rogatnick Media Gallery at Emily Carr University. Students,…

Vegan Tea Party! and other lunchtime events

Vegan Tea Party! and other lunch-time events, March 16-21, 2015 at Emily Carr University. The Vegan Congress is holding a week-long series of lunchtime events in the Abe Rogatnick Media Gallery, at Emily Carr University. The…

Wild Co-existence

  Just announced! This fall’s first Vegan Congress event “Wild Co-existence” with guest speakers followed by Q+A. Wednesday, October 15 at 11:30am-1:00pm, Emily Carr University, room 285D, Intersections Digital Studios Human expansion and development is progressively…

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