July 30 – book launch from 2 to 4 pm:
“Re-reading the Riot Act” a new book by leannej (the first in a series of Rereading The Riot Act books, co-published by Publication Studio and UNIT/PITT)
“Natural Progress” by Kate Noble, a new edition of “A User’s Guide to Demanding the Impossible” by the Laboratory of Insurrectionary Imagination.
Wednesday, June 15 · 8:00pm – 11:00pm
An an ongoing interrogation of the historical events of April 23, 1935 — when Mayor Gerry McGeer read the Riot Act to the relief camp protesters, their families and supporters gathered at Victory Square — Rereading the Riot Act_ Performance Art Cabaret offers contemporary responses to Vancouver’s turbulent labour history.
One June 15th I will be performing in a cabaret at the Waldorf Hotel in Vancouver. The theme for this event is “Reading the Riot Act.” It is an interesting subject which touches on some of the areas I have been working in.
I have been working on some new material for the show, but I must admit that I am struggling a little with the politic of it. If that makes sense? I think the work I do is political but it isn’t about politics. This show is about politics. And this is why I am struggling a little. Although, I like the challenge of it.
Leona thinks that anger is a white hot spring that lurks in the bottom of her stomach. Like an underground spring, it innocently lurks, unseen and unacknowledged until it burst. Like one of those hot springs at the Yellowstone Park. It just blows. At first, it is cleansing this eruption, like lancing a cyst. But later, it leaves you feeling unclean, exposed, and ugly.
Please join us for this worthy event and catch the Vancouver premiere of Calculating 63, a video collaboration by my name is scot and leannej.
NOT SENT LETTERS & GUESTS @ dharmalab
Friday Night, January 14, 2011, 8pm SHARP!
@ dharmalab, 1814 Pandora (N. of Hastings, E. of Commercial @ Salsbury) Vancouver
$5 suggested donation (toward production expenses)