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Doors at 6:00PM
FILM (6:15 PM Panel/Films screening on a loop 7:00PM–9:00 PM, EMMEDIA)
*Infiltrating and Dismantling Dominant Narratives: The Manifestation of Intersectionality in Modern Feminist Shorts*
With films by Canadian feminist film makers exploring themes of contemporary feminism and a panel exploring local experiences of working in film from the margins.
Femme Wave wishes to thank EMMEDIA for it’s support for this year’s film programming. In particular this program is produced through EMMEDIA's Homegrown Curatorial Program.
Learn more about the films here: http://emmedia.ca/2017/10/femme-film-2017/
MUSIC (TRUCK Gallery)
Ursa is the ambient electronic project of Lenore Maier (The Garrys, Bunwitch). Her works sway between drone and dream, somewhere between sound effect and musical sound. Whether flatlined by drone, or pulsating at 120 bpm, Ursa’s debut album “Prism System” possesses a heartbeat that navigates fluidly through the liminal spectrum of time, dream state and hypnagogic consciousness.
Daisy D (8:00PM)
Born and raised in Calgary, Daisy D has spent the last year living in Victoria where she’s perfected the art of booty house and hyperspeed 90s eurohouse. While she’s found the perfect home for her booty house playing queer parties on the island, her deep roots in Calgary tie her to well-known projects such as CITADEL (melodic ritual drone), along with a heavy involvement in the Discord noise shows happening from 2006-2010.
VISUAL ARTS (U-HALL, Truck Gallery, 6PM-9PM )
Exhibition dates: Nov 17 - Dec 9
Gallery hours: Tues - Fri 11 AM - 5 PM // Sat 12 PM - 5 PM
Behind Our Eyelids - Ruby Smith-Diaz + Isha Adams, Susan Clarahan
Exhibition Text by Victoria Braun
Join us for the opening reception of Behind Our Eyelids
Online presentation of the exhibition at http://femmewave.com/behindoureyelids from November 16 - December 9
HOT GOSSIP COLLECTIVE is doing a special Femme Wave edition of their newsletter: Boy Problems available at all Femme Wave events.
EMMEDIA is located at 2005 10th Ave SW. We will be using the back entrance, which has a few steps to get inside.
TRUCK Gallery is located at 2009 10th Ave SW. We will be using the main level for music, and the main entrance is wheelchair accessible.
*More detail coming soon*
Femme Wave acknowledges Calgary as the traditional territory of the Blackfoot and the people of the Treaty 7 region in Southern Alberta, which includes the Siksika, the Piikani, the Kainai, the Tsuut’ina and the Ĩyãħé Nakoda First Nations, including the Chiniki, Bearspaw and Wesley First Nations. Calgary is also home to Métis Nation of Alberta, Region III.
Femme Wave is working closely with Indigenous Resilience in Music(IRIM) to create safer spaces for Indigenous musicians and attendees at the festival. If you claim Indigenous status, Metis status, Inuit status or that you are of Indigenous descent, please let us know so that we can connect you with IRIM ambassadors. These ambassadors will be available to help meet the needs of Indigenous musicians and attendees in Calgary and those travelling to Femme Wave from reservations or out of province.
To connect with an IRIM ambassador, please email IndigneousResilienceInMusic@gmail.com.
Femme Wave Feminist Arts Festival and organizers are committed to providing a harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race or religion.
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