July 18, 2013

Greg Arcade l Sonia Nadeau l Open City Lite: CLIFFORD l Art Show at The Rose n' Bee Pub l Space Hotel Premiere

July 24, 10:00 pm
Old Market Square (cube)
Free Admission!

Greg Arcade & His Rockin’ Band are a roots rock & roll trio. 
Playing the hot sounds of Greg Arcade’s newest songs, Sean Andert (Bass) and 
Justin Schafer (Drumkit) are going to have your full attention soon enough.

July 26, 7:00 pm
The Edge Gallery and Urban Art Centre, 611 Main Street

Sonia Nadeau studied fine arts at the University of Manitoba. She has four children's books published including the "Mary's Atlas" series with author Gwen Smid. 
And her most recent book "That's What Bears are For" with Marilyn Helmer.

Her books will be for sale and signing opening night. 
Bring your kids and come on down for a night of art and fun. 
There will be colouring and children's activities available.

July 26, 7:00 pm until 10:00 pm
Frame Arts Warehouse, 318 Ross

Open City Cinema is launching a new series dubbed 'Open City Lite' by our very own Ryan Simmons.  Open City Lite will screen classics that are unintentionally watchable. 
We asked ourselves, since we're screening these craptastic works of art, why not insist that they be screened on an antiquated format as well? 
We answered, why the hell not, VHS should do it. 

So without further adieu, we bring you Clifford
From Roger Ebert: 
…"Clifford" is not bad on the acting, directing or even writing levels. It fails on a deeper level still, the level of the underlying conception. Something about the material itself is profoundly not funny. Irredeemably not funny, so that it doesn't matter what the actors do, because they are in a movie that should never have been made... The movie is so odd, it's almost worth seeing just because we'll never see anything like it again. I hope.

July 27, Doors 7:30 Music 8:00
The Rose n' Bee Pub, 61 Sherbrook St.
Cover: $5 
Art & Prints & Handmade Goods for sale. 

Art By:
Mat Lacosse 
Devon Welter
Nyco Rudolph
Mahri White
Carrie Bryson
Gezus King
Nic Adamson
Slack Ironstand
Lisa Carrick
Morgan Zee Em Dee
Paige Drobot
Josef Hajzler
Dorian Schwartz
Morgan Bernier
Becca Howes
Olenka Skrypnyk
Natasha Knox
Jessica Mumby 
Steven Savage
Melissa Anderson
Meagan Hughes

Music by:
Dave Gagnon 
Ian Johnson
Zach & Dave

Space Hotel World Premiere
The Park Theatre, 698 Osborne Street

July 30, 6:30 pm until 12:00 am
Get Tickets - $5 in advance, $8 at the door
or by contacting: Quinn Greene, Seb Ball, Rory Fallis, Dan De Jaeger, & Natalie Dacquisto

Three years in the making and it's finally here! 

Early Show Doors - 6:30 pm
Late Show Doors - 9:45 pm
Hosted by Chantel Marostica
Musical Guests - Bunny & Going Greene
Q&A to follow each screening with the Filmmakers

In this darkly comedic homage to campy 80s sci-fi, a geek and his stoner buddies are beamed aboard the Space Hotel by the hedonistic Space Mayor and his wild entourage in an ultra-queer adventure that is totally out of this world!

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