8mar6:00 pmFemme For All - International Women's Day6:00 pm Memorial Park Library, 1221 2 St, Calgary, Alberta T2R 1N8Alberta Music Events:Alberta Music Event,Concerts & Gigs,Prof. Development & Workshops
(Friday) 6:00 pm
Memorial Park Library
1221 2 St, Calgary, Alberta T2R 1N8
Celebrate International Women's Day with an evening of femme art, music, and film! This event is hosted by Femme Wave, Calgary Public Library, Wordfest, Calgary Queer Arts Society, CJSW, and
Celebrate International Women’s Day with an evening of femme art, music, and film! This event is hosted by Femme Wave, Calgary Public Library, Wordfest, Calgary Queer Arts Society, CJSW, and Alberta Music.
This FREE event features:
Welcome by Chantal Chagnon, Indigenous Artist and Activist.
Yuii (@theomorph on IG)
Yuii Savage (Justine Sawicz) is a performance artist and writer currently completing their BFA at the Alberta University of the Arts on Treaty 7 territory. Through their work, they investigate queer speculative futures in collaboration with dance, text, video and sound by use of haptic media and technologies. They were recently part of the IKG Live II Performance Festival (Illingworth Kerr Gallery), Lippy Slippages, Slippy Quiddities (Wall and Coven Gallery) and UN-A-BRIDGED by NIK + YUII (The Ivan Gallery). They are a member and Treasurer for The Pidgin Collective.
Selina Martineau is a Filipino-Canadian artist that creates paintings, installations, garments and performances that draw on popular culture and the history of marginalized communities to form a contemporary perspective of intersectional identity. Contrasting real and imaginary, humour and seriousness, Martineau’s work examines relationships with familiar imagery and how identity is informed by society’s assumptions about race and gender.
Haley Eyre (@haleyeyre_art)
Born and raised in Calgary, I am an emerging artist currently studying photography at the Alberta University of the Arts (formerly ACAD). Photography has always allowed me to confront and deal with my personal issues and has been a form of therapy. In recent years, through my interaction with a broader world – one connected through the internet – my interests and artistic practice have opened up to include feminism and gender politics. Photography is my way of exploring these themes and stating my opinions. I enjoy using vibrant aesthetics and comedy as a method of expressing myself in my work. My practice involves story-telling, set building, photography, and photoshop. My goal as an artist is to bring a little laughter into the world while also confronting social issues and my personal hardships.
Calgary Queer Arts Society – Youth Queer Media Program shorts film package
Women in Music panel with Alberta Music
Indigo Rose: https://soundcloud.com/indigotherose
Indigo Rose is an R&B and soul inspired singer-songwriter and producer. Her musical style ranges from sweet and soulful to playful and mellow.
Carolina Slim: https://carolinaslimvargas.wixsite.com/
Carolina Slim is a singer songwriter from Mexico. Her music is pop, jazzy and folk, she loves to write her songs in Spanish and English because is important for her that everybody understand that we are all brothers, no matter where we come from or what language we speak. Carolina brings a different sound, because each of the musicians are from other countries and that makes the music unique. Some of them are from: India, Cuba, Mexico and France. This project is completely original.
Jessica McMann: https://jessicamcmann.com
Jessica McMann is a Calgary-based Cree musician, contemporary dancer and choreographer. She holds a Bachelor of Music in Flute from the University of Calgary with a focus on contemporary music and improvisation. She is currently pursuing her MFA in unceded Coast Salish territory. Her recent compositions and soundscapes explore Indigenous identity and history. Her personal experience, Two-Spirit identity, Cree and Blackfoot language, and the strength of Indigenous women guide her current contemporary dance work.
We acknowledge 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.
All partners on this event 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.