The Kikeyambay dancers

Congress at UVic celebrates the world

The Kikeyambay dancers, Ninato Camara and Meghan Freeburn, and drumming group performed at the University of Victoria during Congress 2013.

The Kikeyambay dancers, Ninato Camara and Meghan Freeburn, and drumming group performed at the University of Victoria during Congress 2013.

Canada’s largest academic conference is underway at UVic, and includes ongoing daily free events for the public, including performances, displays and lectures. Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., Buffy Sainte-Marie performs on the main stage in Celebration Square, opposite the McPherson library. Daniel Lapp performs Thursday at 6:30 p.m.

See uviccongress2013.ca for the full line up of shows and public events.

sharon@vicnews.com

 

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