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RESIST/REVIVE/REPLENISH: A Digital Dream of an Indigiqueer Utopia is a digital showcase celebrating Indigenous Queer embodied joy, creativity, and self-expression. Curated and directed by Kelsey
RESIST/REVIVE/REPLENISH: A Digital Dream of an Indigiqueer Utopia is a digital showcase celebrating Indigenous Queer embodied joy, creativity, and self-expression. Curated and directed by Kelsey Kanatan Wavey, it features 3 stunning and unique performances by Nimkish, DJ OShow and Lynx Chase. The sessions were filmed in collaboration with the performers and an all Indigenous-led production team in October 2021 at KW Studios in Vancouver, BC. TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE!!
RESIST/REVIVE/REPLENISH runs 30 minutes and will be available to view for a limited time, beginning at 5:00 pm (PST) on Friday, January 21st through to Thursday, January 27th at midnight (PST). Entry by donation.
CW / / This film contains flashing lights and language which may be offensive to some viewers. Viewer discretion is advised.
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Indigenous Artists for this Event!
DJ O Show
DJ O Show
Orene Askew, aka DJ O Show, brings energy and expertise to every event she hosts and DJ’s. She brings professionalism and passion and remains true to her love for hip hop and R&B, incorporating beats to ensure you never want to leave the dance floor! DJ O Show has experience teaching with an inspired approach. She is an inspirational speaker, having traveled across the country to bring ambition and drive to all generations, and is an elected member of the Squamish Nation Chief & Council. Coming from a diverse background, O Show is driven by her passion. She is Afro-Canadian and First Nations and a proud member of the Squamish Nation. Feeling as though she stood out in a unique way, she has embraced both her cultural backgrounds and incorporates the teachings she has learned into everything she does.
A true showpony at heart, Lynx Chase has always been passionate about movement and performance arts. Over the years, they have trained in a variety of disciplines ranging from Aerial Hoop, Silks, Contortion, Partner Acrobatics, Bellydance & Capoeira; however it wasn’t until they dove deep into Pole Dancing in 2012 that they found their true vocation. Lynx has been professionally teaching in Vancouver since 2015 and has also showcased their gravity defying acts at various events and festivals across the province such as Retro Strip Show, Queer Arts Festival, Transform Cabaret, Vancouver Mural Festival, Bass Coast and Shambhala. It is their hope to continue to share their craft with the world by demonstrating the strength, sensuality, artistry and grace that goes hand in hand with the art of pole, striptease and erotic dance.
NIMKISH is a Kwakwaka’wakw/Cree singer/songwriter based in Vancouver. She writes from a personal place of the trials of love and heartbreak. Her sound is a smooth blend of Pop and Future Bass with hints of layered R&B production.
NIMKISH’s debut EP “Heartbreak On The Coast” shares her experience of falling for somebody of the same sex for the first time. She takes you with her as she shares her story of falling in love, treading new waters, the confusion, and eventually the pain of letting go. She aspires to be a relatable artist, and that her music can speak to people in a way that will help them get through similar situations.
NIMKISH has graduated from Langara’s Intensive Singer/Songwriter program and currently attends Nimbus School Of Recording & Media where she has taken various music related courses and spends the time developing as an artist. Her favourite part of the musical process is collaboration and lyricism. She has always been a writer, but did not begin turning her poetry writing skills into music until about 3 years ago when she discovered her passion for music was more than just a hobby.
If NIMKISH is not in the studio recording and creating, she is out and about in Vancouver performing live and sharing her songs with others. She has been included on the lineup of festivals such as The Talking Stick Festival (2016/2017) and The Kanata Festival (2017).
Telling our own stories based on myth, tradition, and the contemporary Indigenous perspective, Savage Society was created in 2004 for members to produce their own stories as practising Indigenous Theatre and Film Artists. Artistic Director Kevin Loring is a member of the Nlaka’pamux Nation from the Lytton First Nation in British Columbia. We develop work that reflects our world view, sourcing traditional stories and cosmologies and our contemporary realities as Indigenous people for both professional and community settings. Savage Society operates on the unceded territories of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh), S’ólh Téméxw (Stó:lō), sq̓əc̓iy̓aɁɬ təməxʷ (Katzie), Qayqayt, kʷikʷəƛ̓əm (Kwikwetlem ), Kwantlen and sc̓əwaθenaɁɬ təməxʷ (Tsawwassen) Nations.email@example.com