Imaginarium III

20nov2:30 pm TImaginarium IIIIndigenous Music + Salmon & Bannock

Time

(Sunday) 2:30 pm T View in my time

Location

The Annex

823 Seymour Street,Vancouver

Event Details

Come on out to enjoy an afternoon of Indigenous music while enjoying a canapé selection catered by Salmon and Bannock.

Doors at 2:30pm; Performance at 3:00pm
Raven Grenier, Curator
Come on out to enjoy an afternoon of Indigenous music. Listen to some tunes by local Indigenous artists while enjoying a canapé selection featuring the best flavours from the land and sea catered by Salmon and Bannock. The event is free to self-identified IBPOC & 2SLGBTQ+ Peoples, and by donation at three suggested tiers ranging from $15-$35. It is being curated by Raven Grenier, a Gitxsan and Cree contemporary dance artist and will take place on November 20th at the Annex, on the traditional, ancestral, and stolen territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and səl̓ilw̓ətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) peoples.
This is part of the Imaginarium Creative Series which addresses curatorial practices at the festival, and brings in four new IBPOC festival curators to curate one performance project each.
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