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The Vertigo Series is proud to partner with the Meet in the Middle (MITM) curatorial team to host this event.

Meet in the Middle Opening Event
Wednesday, November 2, 2016, 7:30 pm
Crave Kitchen + Wine Bar | 1925 Victoria Ave

7:30 PM Doors open to the public for cocktails and conversation

8:00 PM Opening Remarks: Elizabeth Matheson (Strandline Curatorial Collective)

8:10 PM Musical Performance: Anna Ray Bagdasarian
Presented by Vertigo Reading Series
Anna Ray Bagdasarian
Anna Ray Bagdasarian is a musician and artist who is originally from Armenia and Israel. Her music is described as soulful, folky, and sometimes grungy. She will perform Prairie Song, an original composition co-written with her musical partner, Tara Dawn Solheim. The song mixes folk and country elements, offering a sound distinct from other songs that she has written or covered. Prairie Song is inspired by the life and the mood of Anna’s new home – Saskatchewan.

8:30 PM The Spirituality of Worry
Opening Performance by Celeste Snowber (Simon Fraser University)
Celeste Snowber threads dance, comedy and poetry to share stories of growing up with an Armenian mother, who had an eggplant soul. All of life, including vegetables, was stuffed with love, worry, trauma, wisdom and wonder. Resilience is borne where smells, textures and hues were the heaven of the new earth, and the scent of the old land. Celeste weaves the depth, absurdity and beauty of life through reforming notions of worry.

Join us following the event as we walk across the park for the Armenian Film Series 1 which begins 9:15pm Nov. 2, 2016 at the RPL Film Theatre / Dunlop Art Gallery.
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Presented as part of Meet in the Middle (MITM): Stations of Migration and Memory Between Art and Film (Regina 2014-2017)
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MITM Events, Armenian Film Series I and II
November 2-3, 2016
Dunlop Art Gallery / RPL Film Theatre

Atom Egoyan at the MacKenzie / MITM International Symposium
November 4-5, 2016
MacKenzie Art Gallery

For more information or to register for events, please visit:
http://www.egoyanatthemackenzie.ca/

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Spoken Word Showcase featuring C.R. Avery
with local guest poets

Sat. Oct. 15, 2016 at 2:00pm
@ Creative City Centre

 

The Vertigo Series is working in partnership with the Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild to host a Culture Days event! Find us in Victoria Park in the midst of the Regina Farmers’ Market on Sat. Oct. 1 at 10:30am.

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brown-0209_sept2016_proof_090816The Vertigo Series 2016-17 Season Kick-Off!
Monday, Sept. 19, 2016, 7:30pm
Crave Kitchen & Wine Bar, 1925 Victoria Ave.
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Readings by:
Terry Jordan
Jim McLean
D.S. Stymeist

Music by:
Brock Prentice
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Many thanks to our partners and sponsors:
Brown Communications
Canada Council for the Arts
Crave Kitchen + Wine Bar
League of Canadian Poets
Saskatchewan Arts Board
Saskatchewan Lotteries
SaskCulture

The Vertigo Series Season Finale
Monday, June 13, 2016, 7:30pm

Hosted by: Crave Kitchen & Wine Bar, 1925 Victoria Ave

Readings by:

Katherine Lawrence

Alison Lohans

2016 Regina Poetry Slam Team

Music by:

Val Halla

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Vertigo Series Open Stage
at the Cathedral Village Arts Festival
Monday, May 23, 2016 7:00pm
@ The Artesian, 2627 13th Ave.

Feature Performer:
Sheri-D Wilson

House Musicians:
Brian Templeton and Andy Beisel

Bring your words, poems, songs, stories, spoken word to share at the Open Stage! Set your words to music with house musicians! Feature performance by the Mama of Dada, Sheri-D Wilson. E-mail info@vertigoseries.com to sign up.

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Workshop with Sheri-D Wilson
at the Cathedral Village Arts Festival
Monday, May 23, 2016 3:30-5:30pm

@ The Artesian,  2627 13th Ave.
Free Admission

Join internationally known spoken word poet & educator Sheri-D Wilson for free workshop that will take you deeper into your own authentic voice and performance. This workshop is All Ages.