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September 23, 2013

WNDX l The Foxy Shoppe Soiree l NUIT BLANCHE


Sept 25 - 29, 2013
406 - 100 Arthur Street

The 8th Annual WNDX Festival of Moving Image turns the Winnipeg cinema world on its head with a massive bonfire of innovative new work in experimental film, video, installation, and moving image performances from Canada and around the world.

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September 28
The Foxy Shoppe, 87 King Street

We invite you to our all day soiree where we welcome Dano DanoTanaka Illustrator, The Polished Pinup Parlour, Whipped Cosmetics and VINTAGE by Drakestail Jewellery. 

Stop by anytime between our special hours of noon and 7 pm. 
You can WIN a number of wonderful PRIZES!

1-204-338-FOXY(3699)

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NUIT BLANCHE WINNIPEG
September 28
A free event. An amazing event. 

The Cyclotrope Circus - 7:00 pm until 9:00 pm at MAWA, 611 Main Street

The Cyclotrope Circus is a kinetic sculpture based on the idea of a zoetrope, an old cinematic apparatus that creates the illusion of motion from a sequence of static images. Inspired by Eadweard Muybridge’s photographic experiments of the 19th century, The Cyclotrope examines everyday gestures.

The Cyclotrope Circus was created by Montreal-based artistic collaborators Jacquelyn Hébert and Megan Turnbull and Winnipegger Nathalie Coulson. 

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Bike Jams presented by Rainbow Trout Music Festival 
at Graffiti Art Gallery, 109 Higgins Avenue, 8:00 pm until 12:00 am

Get there between 6-9 for pre-game activities including bike decorating and community bike art collaboration.  Stick with us to check out galleries in our city centre.  
After party at Union sound hall!

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Bannock and the Big Screen 
Neechi Commons, 865 Main Street at 8:00 pm

Neechi Commons and the Winnipeg Film Group are proud to present a sundown screening of short films and music videos (total 76 minutes) created by First Nation and Métis filmmakers for Nuit Blanche Winnipeg! 

We will be projecting films on the exterior of the Neechi Commons building. 
Several filmmakers will be in attendance. 
Bannock and refreshments will be served.
If possible please bring a blanket or chair to enjoy the screening. 
In case of rain the screening will move indoors to the Come N Eat Restaurant.

FEATURING:
Wab Kinew’s Good Boy 
        feat. Lorenzo & Little Hawk, by THE YOUTH OF NDINAWE (music video) 
Patrick Ross by ERVIN CHARTRAND
Nikamowin (Song) by KEVIN LEE BURTON 
OK, Now What? by JEFF BRUYERE 
I’m Métis by CHRISTIAN GOULET 
R Seymore Goes North by RHAYNE VERMETTE 
Kwoni by CAROLINE MONNET 
Two Scoops by JACKIE TRAVERSE 
IKWÉ by CAROLINE MONNET 
504938C by ERVIN CHARTRAND 
Journey My Heart by REIL MUNRO 
Zwei Indianer Aus Winnipeg by DARRYL NEPINAK 
Good Morning Native America by DARRYL NEPINAK
Maiden Indian by THE EPHEMERALS  
Drezden’s Nightstand by JOE E. IRONSTAND (music video) 
Empty by JACKIE TRAVERSE 

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The Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Blvd presents
  • "Set and Re-Set" - 8:00 pm until 12:10 am, in Gallery 7
Gearshifting Performance Works is pleased to present the premiere of "Set and Re-Set", a site specific installation dance created by Jolene Bailie for The Winnipeg Art Gallery's Nuit Blanche. 

Dancers: Janelle Hacault, Jill Groening and Krista Nicholson 
Six performances throughout the evening. Each performance is 22 minutes. 
Showtimes: 8:00 pm, 8:45 pm, 9:30 pm, 10:15 pm, 11:00 pm, 11:45 pm.

Look at how re-direction, interruption and play can impact one’s perspective and reactions at any given moment as well as re-fresh one's energy and re-start one's journey. 

This is the third time that Jolene has created for The Winnipeg Art Gallery's Nuit Blanche.

9:00 pm until 2:00 am:
doing unique audio-visual performances through out the night, creating a groovy audio-visual soundtrack for the Beer Garden. 

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