P.L.U.R.O.M.A. SS23 is a group == fashion show and runway performance starts at 830PM ==
featuring works by:

. Hannah Eriksson & Yasmine Whaley-Kalaora
. Mark Delong
. Shizen Jambor
. Jaewoo Kang
. Natasha Katedralis
. Chandra Melting Tallow



Two rooms of music and dancing featuring:

. Yu Su
. Big Zen
. B WEST (live)
. HINI (live)
. Mela Melania

Music following that

$15 presale, $20 door

by Liquidation World


Episode One - Jelili Atiku! A new podcast interviewing performance artists! New episodes every Wednesdays!


=== OPEN HOUSE ===

Incoming Director
Derrick Chang

Tea Service Hosted
by Lam Wong


4:00PM - 6:00PM

Hello! Derrick Chang

The Board is delighted to announce the appointment of Derrick Chang as Director of LIVE Biennial of Performance Art Society.

Press Release: livebiennale.ca/2021/wp-conten

= Opening October 21st =
= 6PM - 9PM=
gallery gachet. / 9 W Hastings St

=== In Contempt ===
=== kohpâtêyimêw ===

Runs, October 22nd to November 25th

== Aiyana Wood ==

Aiyana Joe Wood’s exhibition visualizes the nuances of her identity as an Indigenous trans femme woman and sheds light on her childhood spent in institutions that were established to subvert her autonomy and humanity.


Trigger Warning: see link above

Join the Black Arts Centre at the Gallery for an afternoon of evocative performance and film.

The program features works by exhibiting artist Ogheneofegor Obuwoma alongside a performance by Chipo Chipaziwa. Obuwoma's and Chipaziwa's works highlight themes of Black identity, spirituality, and female agency. The screening will be followed by a conversation between the Black Arts Centre curator Olumoroti (Moroti) Soji-George and the two artists.


Artist Bio:

Kate Barry is a performance artist currently based in the unceded territories of the xʷməθkʷəyəm (Musqueam), Sḵwxwú7mesh (Squamish) and sƏl̓ílwƏtaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations. Her work investigates queerness, subjectivity, and embodied practice through painting, drawing, and video.

Show thread

Opening: Sat. Oct 8th, 12 - 3PM.
Location: RBC Media Gallery, Emily Carr University, Vancouver
Runs: October 6 - 20th, 2022

_Queer Lines (For Agnes)_ is a response to the American abstract painter Agnes Martin specifically the use of horizontal lines in her later work, 1974 and 2004. In this work, the line becomes a metaphor for agency, queerness and interconnectivity.

Join us Monday, September 19th from 11:30am to 12:30pm in the Aboriginal Gathering Place, Emily Carr for an artist talk with LIVE alumni Cheyenne Rain LeGrande ᑭᒥᐊᐧᐣ. Cheyenne is having a busy week with shows and the grunt gallery (grunt.ca/exhibitions/mullyanne) and western front (westernfront.ca/events/maskisi)

@elhampuriyamehr announced new curatorial project Pagal Pagal Pagal Pagal Filmy Dunya (Mad Mad Mad Mad Filmy World) which is presenting a solo exhibition of Canadian artist Althea Thauberger with artistic responses of Pakistani artists Adeela Suleman, Marvi Mazhar, Seher Naveed, and Seema Nusrat.

The exhibition opening is September 7th at 7 pm and will continue until November 23 in Hinterland Vienna.


=== EXTENDED ===

== Call LIVE Director ===

LIVE Biennale Performance Art Society is seeking New Leadership!



=== Game [2Vancouver] ===
== Pegah Tabassinejad /w Aryo Khakpour==

Thursday, May 12, 7pm
VIVO Media Arts Centre
On Site

If you want to experience your desire through another body a performance by Pegah Tabassinejad. An interactive performance to explore questions of place, desire, boundaries and ways in which we relate to others.

Panel discussion on Sunday, May 15, 2pm.

== active/passive vol. 4 ==

Out now, the call to participate in this beautiful Galiano Island based chill electronic sound event, now in it 4th year. Apply by April 17th.

Highly recommended.


Aerial Sunday-Cardinal “Pulse” (2021)

Virtual performance Video Link:

LIVE Assembly 2021

Chipo Chipaziwa “Untitled” (2021)

Virtual performance Video Link:

LIVE Assembly 2021

= LIVE Assembly 2021
November 6th - Day 3 PM =

_ Relocating the Centres for Tomorrow: Strategic Models _

Afternoon Session: How Will Tomorrow be Different? In conversation with Jo-Anne Birnie-Dankzer, Paul Couillard and Peter Morin. Moderated by Brian Postalian.


00:00 - Introduction
04:38 - Paul Couillard
43:00 - Jo-anne Birnie-Dankzer
1:05:33 - Peter Morin
1:29:57 - Q & A

= LIVE Assembly 2021
November 6th - Day 3 AM =

_ Relocating the Centres for Tomorrow: Strategic Models _

Models of Possible Actions: Covering the Distance. In conversation with Dave Beech, Maria Hlavajova and Irit Rogoff. Moderated by Cissie Fu.


00:00 - Introduction
06:38 - Dave Beech
30:30 - Irit Rogoff
57:58 - Maria Hlavajova
1:26:42 - Verb Frau TV (body break)
1:43:28 - Q & A

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