Quest Public Arts Series: Bach’s Goldberg Variations by Magdalena Baczewska:

Quest’s Public Arts Series is a series of public events for the appreciation of art. These monthly events are open to both Quest students and the larger community, and are a nice way of integrating Quest within the Squamish community. Events … Continued

Romeo and Juliet: An Opportunity to Get Off Campus

Several times throughout the year Quest students are invited to watch a play at Langara College. Langara’s Studio 58 is celebrating its 50th anniversary, and this time they put on a version of Romeo and Juliet. Around 20 Quest students … Continued

Quest’s Got Talent

Last April, my friend Emma organized the first talent show at Quest University Canada. Many students showed interest in participating by singing, playing musical instruments, and reading poems. There were various other opportunities to get involved, such as becoming a … Continued

Quest’s Theatre Class Presents “Peach Blossom Land”

Every year Quest tutor Fei Shi offers a theatre course on acting and directing. This past week Fei’s class staged two performances of the play they worked on tirelessly throughout the block, Peach Blossom Land. The play itself is quite … Continued

Accompanying pianist for Brackendale Elementary’s Rapunzel

If you told me that a group of elementary school students (aged 5-12) could learn and perform a play in a week, I wouldn’t believe you. That is, until I heard of Missoula Children’s Theatre – a theatre company that … Continued

Body Love Gala

The Quest Body Love Club hosted their first body love week. The week included “Take What You Need” and Anti-Body Shame posters all over campus, a screening of the movie “Miss Representation” followed by a discussion, and at the end … Continued