QueerLore: An evening of Personal Queer Stories and Narratives
Feb 15, 7:00 PM
U of W - Bulman Centre
FREE event - fully accessible - all ages, though some material may be explicit
Light snacks will be provided!
Pull up a blanket, get cozy, and join us for a night of community that celebrates the queer experience through written and spoken word!
This Genderfest Winnipeg event is hosted by the Winnipeg DykeMarch and features Vancouver award-winning queer author, Amber Dawn, who will share her stories!
~Ro Walker Mills
Amber Dawn is a writer, activist and performance artist. She is the author of the Lambda Award-winning novel Sub Rosa, editor of Fist of the Spider Woman: Tales of Fear and Queer Desire and co-editor of With a Rough Tongue: Femmes Write Porn. She currently teaches Speculative Fiction Writing at Douglas College. Her memoir How Poetry Saved My Life: A Hustler's Memoir will launch in April 2013.
Gio's Club & Bar, 155 Smith Street
Feb 15, 9:00 pm until 3:00 am
Admission is by donation ($5.00 suggested) or PWYC!
Gio's is a FULLY accessible venue!
Pin Ups and Sailors - the Gender Blender: Genderfest Wrap Party
Come to the last Queer dance party at Gio's Smith St. location!!
Genderfest wraps up its first year of events with a dance party hosted by QueerView!
Break out that amazing Pin Up dress or Sailor uniform for extra party fun!
Dressing to impress is fully encouraged and there is never, ever, to much glitter!!
PHOTOBOOTH with PROPS!!!!
Ridiculous cheap drink prices!!!
Dance to the music of QueerView DJ's!!!!
Dress as a Pin Up / Sailor / What Ever - Blend your gender for more party fun!!
Everyone come out and party with us -- one last time at this Gio's location!
Justin Rutledge’s fifth studio album, Valleyheart
Valleyheart is, at the core, an album about translating memory.
Rutledge has worked with such pivotal directors as Daniel Brooks and Morris Panych,
and collaborated with Michael Ondaatje on adapting his novel Divisadero for the stage.
Rutledge was also the composer and music director for Canadian Stage’s production of
The Arsonists, featuring Michael Ball and Sheila McCarthy.
Winnipeg Folk Festival in The City:
All You Need is Love workshop feat. Jaylene Johnson, Don Amero, Keith MacPherson
February 23, 1:30 pm
February 20, 7 - 9:30 pm
MAWA, 611 Main Street
Free for ACI and MAWA members; $10 for all others
Janet Dwyer will also discuss how to control quality and direction of light, exposure and color balance. She will address participants’ questions, and present ideas for lighting sets that one can construct. This Bootcamp will be more theory-based than hands-on.
In addition to shooting for many renowned artists and numerous galleries, her clients include the Royal BC Museum and the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria. Since 1978, she has taught photography workshops and instructed at colleges and universities across Canada. Janet is the contributing author on this subject in Robin Hopper's book Stayin Alive, a survival guide for artists.
February 20, 9:00 pm
Finn's Pub, 210-25 Forks Market Rd.
Finns pub and Shut up and Laugh Comedy Showcase present
"French Kiss me, I'm Irish" which celebrates Festival Du Voyager
Tickets are only $5
Contact any of the comics for tickets or call (204) 232-0765
The first of a new monthly comedy night which will be held at Finn's pub.
Join Host Dan Verville as he presents some of Winnipegs most talented comics: