IN PARTNERSHIP WITH SFU’S INSTITUTE FOR THE HUMANITIES
CounterCulture is a discussion and screening series aimed at engaging interested members of the public in critical debate on issues relating to art, media and politics. CounterCulture aims to promote the democratic ideals of dissent, debate and discussion, constituting a point of contact between the university and local communities through free, public events held at SFU’s downtown Harbour Centre campus. CounterCulture will help to create a significant presence for non-commercial media in Canada.
Check out our past events:
- Documenting Occupy – October 3rd, 2012
- Occupy the Economy – November 30th, 2012
- Revolutionary Horizons? Debating the Democratic Potential of the Internet – April 12, 2013
- The Missing News: BC Election 2013 – May 3, 2013
Stay tuned for future updates and announcements! CounterCulture is run by the Media Democracy Project, SFU’s Institute for the Humanities and the SFU School of Communication. The series also receives media support from CJSF 90.1FM, SFU’s campus radio station.