Tickets on sale now at: https://www.picatic.com/newnarratives
This is a pay what you can event.
All proceeds will be donated to the Environmental Youth Alliance Wild Mind Project. For more information on this great initiative, visit: http://eya.ca/project-view/wild-mind/
Featuring over 20 multi-disciplinary artists, New Narratives challenges the current cultural narratives of climate change and explores the volatile relationship between art and environmental activism. New Narratives will be an evening of site specific dance cycling, a life size vivarium, roving fortune tellers, an interactive shadow puppet installation, and more with each audience member invited to curate their own unique experience of the works.
Starting at SFU Woodward’s building (149 West Hastings Street) each audience member will receive a map and set out on a scavenger hunt looking for the 9 site specific pieces in Gastown. The outdoor performances will be followed by a free social gathering at the Golden Saucer Studio (Dominion Building 207 West Hastings Street) with live music and a cash bar along with a special presentation from Tallulah Winkleman (Theatre on Earth) about Wild Mind, a new community initiative by the Environmental Youth Alliance.
Heather Lamoreux and Arash Khakpour
Valerie Christiansen (Read an Artist Interview!)
Anna Kraulis (Read an Artist Interview!)
Theatre on Earth (Read an Artist Interview!)
Keely O’Brien (Popcorn Galaxies) (Read a Collaborator Interview!)
June Fukumura (Popcorn Galaxies/New(to)Town Collective)