Kazoo! Fest’s Print Expo is this Saturday in Guelph! (image via facebook)
Tuesday, April 7
Rushed Newsome discusses his recent work in the AGYU exhibition “Silence Please, the Show is About to Begin” and presents “The Conductor”, a six part video installation that focuses on the performative gestural languages associated with hip-hop culture remixed over Carl Orff’s cantata “Carmina Burana”.
Wednesday, April 8
It’s the Poetry Month Edition of Pivot, with Christine Fischer Guy, Aaron Kreuter, Kate Sutherland and Nikki Reimer.
This night features writer and artist Kate Miller, plus an open mic!
Thursday, April 9
An evening of readings and discussions with Erina Harris and Julie Joosten as a part of the Occasional Reading Series.
A biannual poetry magazine presenting four writers, this issue includes Andi Clifford, Sebastian Frye, Jordan Mason and Bill Bissett.
The opening reception for Marked: Tattoos and Queer Identity, a photography and story exhibition at the CLGA.
The French movie Tomboy is screened in conjunction with Sarah D’Angelo’s solo show XXY. Tiny space, so arrive early!
Friday, April 10
The launch of Goose Short Fiction Review at Victoria College.
Support Street Voices magazine for marginalized voices and young artists by picking up the new issue, making a donation, and taking part in a silent art auction.
Saturday, April 11
Kazoo Fest includes a zine/print fair as well! In addition to a bunch of awesome vendors, they will be screening “$100 & A T-Shirt: A Documentary About Zines in the Northwest.”
Visit Lili Huston-Herterich in the backyard cedar sauna at 8-11, sharing stories prompted by your bodies marks. Sign up in advance by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The much anticipated awayrd ball for the Toronto Kiki Ballroom Alliance. Come see voguing, runway, realness and more including special guest judge Rashaad Newsome and guest DJ Delish.
Toronto’s classic queer slow dance is going to prom! Photobooths, dance cards, and designated dancers make the night extra sweet.
Sunday, April 12
Half performance art piece, half zine launch, Clara Bee Lavery is celebrating the completion of a year-long stint of of voluntary celibacy.