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January 24, 2014

Reel Green l Roewan Crowe, Casey Plett and Trish Salah l Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder l Showing Serigraphy l Holly Harris l Paul Zits, Jonathan Ball and Lori Cayer l Dr. Michael Gilmour: C. S. Lewis l Suzie LeBlanc

February 1, 6:30 pm until 10:00 pm
Reel Green: Inspiring People, Celebrating Nature
Radisson Winnipeg 288 Portage Avenue

Get Tickets - $50 which includes a $30 tax receipt.

-One colourful and entertaining MC, Mr. Ace Burpee
-Screenings of short films, highlighting Manitoba success stories
-A live auction, as well as great door prizes

Manitoba Eco-Network's fundraising event, Reel Green: Inspiring People, Celebrating Nature
Films, followed by a reception with delicious appetizers and cash bar, and the Anne Lindsey Protecting Our Earth awards, recognizing the achievements of 7 Manitoba champions.

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Consensual Word Play: A Celebration of Queer Culture
February 6, 7:00 pm in the Atrium
An evening of readings from Queer-Identified authors and poets Roewan Crowe, Casey Plett, and Trish Salah
Hosted by Alison Burdeny and presented as part of GenderFest Winnipeg 2014. 
  • Artist and theorist Roewan Crowe’s Quivering Land, was published in 2013 by ARP. 
  • Casey Plett wrote a column on transitioning for McSweeney’s Internet Tendency and was a contributor to the Topside Press anthology The Collection: Short Fiction from the Transgender Vanguard
  • Trish Salah’s work has appeared in Troubling the Line: Trans and Genderqueer Poetry and Poetics. Her first book was Wanting in Arabic. She is co-editor of a special issue of TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly, focused on Trans* Cultural Production, out in 2014, as is her new book, Lyric Sexology, Vol. 1.
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Café Scientifique: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
February 10, 7:00 pm in the Atrium   Please RSVP or 204.474.6689

We explore clinical care and advocacy; and the story behind why we need to address this lifelong disability in a way that protects everyone’s rights. Panelists include: 
Dr. Albert Chudley, Pediatrics & Child Health, University of Manitoba; Health Sciences Centre
Dr. Brenda Elias, Community Health Sciences, University of Manitoba
Marsha Simmons, South East Resource Development Council, STAR Program
Moderator: Professor Karen Busby, Faculty of Law; Academic Director of Centre for Human Rights Research, University of Manitoba 

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Showing Serigraphy - Screen Prints from the Grand Western Canadian Screen Shop
February 10, 7:30 pm in Prairie Ink Restaurant
Gurevich Fine Art @ McNally Robinson Gallery Opening. 

The Grand Western Canadian Screen Shop was the first print shop of its kind in Western Canada. Many prominent Canadian artists worked at the Screen Shop and several are represented here, including Daphne Odjig, Jackson Beardy, Carl Ray, Pierre Ayot, and General Idea. Visit the gallery online 

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February 11, 7:30 pm in the Travel Alcove

Meet the Composer series: a presentation from Holly Harris.

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February 13, 7:00 pm until 8:30 pm,  in the Atrium
Massacre Street 

Co-presented by CV2 Magazine, with guests Jonathan Ball and Lori Cayer 
  • Paul Zits (re)creates a poetic view of the Frog Lake Massacre. He weaves together voices of Métis and First Nations participants, settlers, and military officials. He is the editor and publisher of the Calgary-based 100 têtes Press. 
  • Jonathan Ball is the author of three collections of poetry. The Politics of Knives, received the 2013 Aqua Lansdowne Prize for Poetry. Ball will launch John Paizs’s Crime Wave at the Cinematheque on Feb. 28 (film screening and free admission)
  • Lori Cayer is the author of two volumes of poetry: Stealing Mercury and Attenuations of Force and co-editor for Contemporary Verse 2.
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February 15, 7:00-8:30 pm in the Travel Alcove
Admission is free – no registration
Michael Gilmour, PhD, McGill University, presents Rereading C. S. Lewis Fifty Years after His Death. Gilmour is the author of The Gospel According to Bob Dylan: The Old, Old Story for Modern Times.

C. S. Lewis the author is many things: wartime poet, scholar of Medieval and Renaissance literature, Christian apologist, author of children’s books, autobiographer, and theological fantasist. This lecture focuses on his 1945 novel That Hideous Strength, and explores ways it is emblematic of the Lewisian ‘canon’ as a whole. 

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February 16, 2:00 pm in the Atrium

Manitoba Chamber Orchestra Pre-Concert Chat: Anne Manson with soprano Suzie LeBlanc.


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