Vancouver Listening Events

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Event: The Soundscape – Cut and Run – Radio Show 100.5FM – with Helena & Brady
When: Wed, Aug 29 22:00 – 23:00
The Soundscape – Cut and Run – Radio Show 100.5FM – with Helena & Brady
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Event: Fake Jazz Monthly // August 2018
When: Fri, Aug 31
Description: Fake jazz returns August 31st 2018.
at the toast collective!
With:

Waters
ex-softess
Wire Mother/Cloth Mother
Objects

DJ hxghxs

/pwyc
Doors at 8/show at 9!
648 Kingsway//back door entrance!

https://www.facebook.com/events/1845935075523725/
Location: The Toast Collective

Fake Jazz Monthly // August 2018
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Event: Prerecorded – The Soundscape – Cut and Run – Radio Show 100.5FM
When: Wed, Sep 5 22:00 – 23:00
Prerecorded – The Soundscape – Cut and Run – Radio Show 100.5FM
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Event:  Interplay 2018

Patrick Blenkarn 
Brady Marks + Michelle Helena McKenzie
Carolina Bergonzoni + Joel Salaysay
Ziyian Kwan
Nathan Marsh + Clara Chow
Alexa Mardon

Interplay takes place:

Sep  7  +  8 , 201 8
show 8pm, doors 7:30pm
(social/dance party after the show ’til 12am )
at the Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre

When: Fri, Sep 7 19:00 – 23:00
Location: Moberly Park
7646 Prince Albert St
Vancouver BC V5X 3Z4

Event: Interplay 2018
When: Fri, Sep 7 20:00 – Sat, Sep 8 23:59
Description: #Interplay2018 features multidisciplinary approaches to performance by…

Patrick Blenkarn
(performance, video gaming)

Nathan Marsh, Clara Chow, Yian Chen
(sound objects, movement)

Alexa Solveig Mardon
(dance, writing)

Brady Marks + Michelle Helene Mckenzie
(live code, modular synthesis)

Ziyian Kwan
(movement, two books, a song)

Carolina Bergonzoni + Joel Salaysay
(choreography, movie-making)

Please see bit.ly/Interplay2018 for full show info and join us for this annual end-of-summer event at Vancouver’s only fieldhouse theatre…

Sep 8 + 9, 2018
doors 7:30pm; show 8pm; post-show social ’til 12am
Moberly Arts & Cultural Centre

BUY TIX: http://bit.ly/Interplay2018tix
advance; cash at door*
cash bar*

*100% of proceeds go to the artists

There’ll be workshops + other activities too… Stay tuned:
bit.ly/Interplay2018

Interplay produces works that promote, challenge and experiment with collaborative and/or multidisciplinary creation and/or performance. It is open to all artists, from all disciplines, at any stage in their career, who are interested in creating for a performance context: bit.ly/Interplay2018

BUY TIX: http://bit.ly/Interplay2018tix

producer Deanna Peters/Mutable Subject
donkey image by Patrick Blenkarn

We wish to acknowledge that we are on the ancestral, traditional and unceded territories of the Squamish, Musqueam and Tsleil-Waututh peoples. It is an honour and a privilege to be guests on their lands.

The Moberly Studio Theatre, front entrance, washrooms and kitchen are wheelchair accessible, however there is no elevator, so the downstairs dressing rooms are not accessible.

There are two gender neutral washrooms.

Many of us require a scent reduced environment; we ask you to avoid wearing:

perfumes
scented body products
scented hair products
essential oils

https://www.facebook.com/events/261633754570864/
Location: Moberly Arts & Cultural Centre

 Interplay 2018

Patrick Blenkarn 
Brady Marks + Michelle Helena McKenzie
Carolina Bergonzoni + Joel Salaysay
Ziyian Kwan
Nathan Marsh + Clara Chow
Alexa Mardon

Interplay takes place:

Sep  7  +  8 , 201 8
show 8pm, doors 7:30pm
(social/dance party after the show ’til 12am )
at the Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre

Interplay 2018
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Event: Interplay 2018
When: Fri, Sep 7 20:00 – Sat, Sep 8 23:59
Description: #Interplay2018 features multidisciplinary approaches to performance by…

Patrick Blenkarn
(performance, video gaming)

Nathan Marsh, Clara Chow, Yian Chen
(sound objects, movement)

Alexa Solveig Mardon
(dance, writing)

Brady Marks + Michelle Helene Mckenzie
(live code, modular synthesis)

Ziyian Kwan
(movement, two books, a song)

Carolina Bergonzoni + Joel Salaysay
(choreography, movie-making)

Please see bit.ly/Interplay2018 for full show info and join us for this annual end-of-summer event at Vancouver’s only fieldhouse theatre…

Sep 8 + 9, 2018
doors 7:30pm; show 8pm; post-show social ’til 12am
Moberly Arts & Cultural Centre

BUY TIX: http://bit.ly/Interplay2018tix
advance; cash at door*
cash bar*

*100% of proceeds go to the artists

There’ll be workshops + other activities too… Stay tuned:
bit.ly/Interplay2018

Interplay produces works that promote, challenge and experiment with collaborative and/or multidisciplinary creation and/or performance. It is open to all artists, from all disciplines, at any stage in their career, who are interested in creating for a performance context: bit.ly/Interplay2018

BUY TIX: http://bit.ly/Interplay2018tix

producer Deanna Peters/Mutable Subject
donkey image by Patrick Blenkarn

We wish to acknowledge that we are on the ancestral, traditional and unceded territories of the Squamish, Musqueam and Tsleil-Waututh peoples. It is an honour and a privilege to be guests on their lands.

The Moberly Studio Theatre, front entrance, washrooms and kitchen are wheelchair accessible, however there is no elevator, so the downstairs dressing rooms are not accessible.

There are two gender neutral washrooms.

Many of us require a scent reduced environment; we ask you to avoid wearing:

perfumes
scented body products
scented hair products
essential oils

https://www.facebook.com/events/261633754570864/
Location: Moberly Arts & Cultural Centre

Event:  Interplay 2018

Patrick Blenkarn 
Brady Marks + Michelle Helena McKenzie
Carolina Bergonzoni + Joel Salaysay
Ziyian Kwan
Nathan Marsh + Clara Chow
Alexa Mardon

Interplay takes place:

Sep  7  +  8 , 201 8
show 8pm, doors 7:30pm
(social/dance party after the show ’til 12am )
at the Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre

When: Sat, Sep 8 19:00 – 23:00
Location: Moberly Park
7646 Prince Albert St
Vancouver BC V5X 3Z4

Interplay 2018
 Interplay 2018

Patrick Blenkarn 
Brady Marks + Michelle Helena McKenzie
Carolina Bergonzoni + Joel Salaysay
Ziyian Kwan
Nathan Marsh + Clara Chow
Alexa Mardon

Interplay takes place:

Sep  7  +  8 , 201 8
show 8pm, doors 7:30pm
(social/dance party after the show ’til 12am )
at the Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre

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Event: Or Gallery – ‘Slow Wave’ Project Public Discussion / Time to be confirmed!
When: Tue, Sep 11 18:00 – 19:00
Location: 555 Hamilton St, Vancouver, BC V6B 2R1, Canada
Or Gallery – ‘Slow Wave’ Project Public Discussion / Time to be confirmed!
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Event: The Soundscape – Cut and Run – Radio Show 100.5FM
When: Wed, Sep 12 22:00 – 23:00
The Soundscape – Cut and Run – Radio Show 100.5FM
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Event: SIREN DJ’s (london) x Sacred Sound Club + nihilnimal
When: Fri, Sep 14 23:00 – Sat, Sep 15 4:00
Description: SACRED SOUND CLUB is hosting London’s premier queer women and non-binary DJ collective SIREN on their first tour in North America. This will be a total A/V takeover by SIREN for the latter half of the night with SACRED SOUND CLUB selectors slamming tracks and live set from nihilnimal for the first part of the evening.

SIREN (London) ft, Sybil, Moonbow and Jay
http://www.sirenlondon.co.uk
https://www.nts.live/shows/siren

“SIREN exists to challenge and re-define current preconceptions within dance music, whilst bringing to the fore those underrepresented in the scene.”
The collective is known for throwing queer parties in London promoting women and non-binary artists, publishing zines, running community engagement workshops as well as hosting a monthly NTS show. Musically SIREN is known for their exploration of techno in it’s broadest sense, breaking away from the monotonous big room 4 x 4 into explorations of electro, minimal, acid and breakbeat.

nihilnimal (live/Mexico City)

Dark and experimental club sounds from Mexico City.

Sacred Sound Club ft, Opponent Processes, Derivatives, USD.

11-late
1305
entry

https://www.facebook.com/events/261532317817371/
Location: 1305

SIREN DJ’s (london) x Sacred Sound Club + nihilnimal
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Event: Everyone Only x UnderG
When: Sat, Sep 15 22:00 – Sun, Sep 16 3:00
Description: From the outside to the indoors, Everyone Only x UnderG goes dark and groovy. Warehouse vibes for those who want to hang at a new spot with all of the good friends. Some popcorn too, because we are interested in seeing all the cool places its going to end up. #thisisabadidea

Anyways, come dance for a bit.

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with music by

Chktle
(Mind&Vision / Berlin)
https://www.facebook.com/Chklte/

TiBri aka

Tienn
(UnderG)
https://www.facebook.com/djtienn

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Briser Gonzalez
(UnderG)
https://www.facebook.com/briser.gonzalez

Jenny Red
(Soundtrade Productions)

https://www.facebook.com/djjennyred

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pre-sales
Doors at 10pm

https://www.facebook.com/events/259457774690804/
Location: 1425 Charles St, Vancouver, BC V5L 2S7, Canada

Everyone Only x UnderG
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Event: The Soundscape – Cut and Run – Radio Show 100.5FM with Ben W.
When: Wed, Sep 19 22:00 – 23:00
The Soundscape – Cut and Run – Radio Show 100.5FM with Ben W.
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Event: The Soundscape – Cut and Run – Radio Show 100.5FM
When: Today 22:00 – 23:00
The Soundscape – Cut and Run – Radio Show 100.5FM
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Event: Acoustic Territories with Stefan Smulovitz and Lara Abadir
When: Fri, Sep 28 20:00 – 23:00
Description: For details, link here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/acoustic-territories-with-stefan-smulovitz-and-lara-abadir-tickets-49873432780
Location: The Fishbowl on Granville Island – 100-1398 Cartwright Street – Vancouver, BC V6H 3R9 – Canada
Acoustic Territories with Stefan Smulovitz and Lara Abadir
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Event: Make a Radio Transmitter (workshop)
When: Sat, Sep 29 12:00 – Sun, Sep 30 18:00
Description: –> don’t delay: Registration closes Sun Sept 23 and space is limited <-- Build your own low-power FM transmitter with media artist Bobbi Kozinuk, and start broadcasting sounds through the air! 2 sessions, 12 hours total // , or with any VIVO Producer Membership (+GST) Session 1: Sat Sept 29, 12pm - 6pm Session 2: Sun Sept 30, 12pm - 6pm Prerequisite: Participants will be soldering during the workshop. Some soldering experience is recommended, though a quick soldering demo will be provided. Two extended subsidies are available for this workshop: https://goo.gl/forms/Mri0YDErD5UmYOCH2 In this 2-day workshop, you will learn about basic electronics, radio transmitters and antennas, and the legal aspects of using the FM band for radio art. Registration includes the electronic components needed for the transmitter. That means you will take home your own transmitter! You will still need a power supply, an antenna and audio system to feed it with. These can be quite simple, depending on your plans for using it. The transmitter you’ll assemble is low power (about 1 or 2 watt). With it, you’ll be able to broadcast on the FM dial to your neighbourhood! What can you do with it? Broadcast your sound art on rainy evenings! Start a radio show live on location at the neighbourhood pet shop! Get moviegoers to tune-in to the soundtrack at your drive-in theatre/film-in-the-park event! Lead your neighbours on a sound walk! Dream up new uses for sending audio signals through the ether! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Want access to discounts? Sign up to for an Extended Producer Membership: http://www.vivomediaarts.com/join-participate/become-a-member Or redeem your the Video Bucks you earned by volunteering: http://www.vivomediaarts.com/join-participate/volunteer ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Bobbi Kozinuk: media artist, consultant, curator, electronics technician based in Vancouver, mixes radio, electronics, projections and performance to explore issues related to gender, environment and community involvement. Bobbi leads the Wearables Lab and teaches electronics for artists at Emily Carr University. Bobbi creates: interactive media art performances with a radio and earth-saving focus, DIY radio in community & media installation exhibits in Canada and internationally. Bobbi sometimes has taught many workshops on low powered FM radio transmission, & is published in: Islands of Resistance Pirate Radio in Canada, Radio Rethink (Banff Centre) and Echo Locations (Co-op Radio Audio Art CD). ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Refunds: Class sizes are small, and our instructors need to be paid–if you can’t make a class that you’ve signed up for, we need time to alert wait-listed participants. VIVO presently asks that withdrawals from workshops be requested by emailing education@vivomediaarts.com at least 12 days prior to the workshop date, if you would like to receive a refund minus a administration fee. Thanks! https://www.facebook.com/events/323781048157894/
Location: VIVO Media Arts Centre
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Event: Make a Radio Transmitter (workshop)
When: Sat, Sep 29 12:00 – Sun, Sep 30 18:00
Description: –> don’t delay: Registration closes Sun Sept 23 and space is limited <-- Build your own low-power FM transmitter with media artist Bobbi Kozinuk, and start broadcasting sounds through the air! 2 sessions, 12 hours total // , or with any VIVO Producer Membership (+GST) Session 1: Sat Sept 29, 12pm - 6pm Session 2: Sun Sept 30, 12pm - 6pm Prerequisite: Participants will be soldering during the workshop. Some soldering experience is recommended, though a quick soldering demo will be provided. Two extended subsidies are available for this workshop: https://goo.gl/forms/Mri0YDErD5UmYOCH2 In this 2-day workshop, you will learn about basic electronics, radio transmitters and antennas, and the legal aspects of using the FM band for radio art. Registration includes the electronic components needed for the transmitter. That means you will take home your own transmitter! You will still need a power supply, an antenna and audio system to feed it with. These can be quite simple, depending on your plans for using it. The transmitter you’ll assemble is low power (about 1 or 2 watt). With it, you’ll be able to broadcast on the FM dial to your neighbourhood! What can you do with it? Broadcast your sound art on rainy evenings! Start a radio show live on location at the neighbourhood pet shop! Get moviegoers to tune-in to the soundtrack at your drive-in theatre/film-in-the-park event! Lead your neighbours on a sound walk! Dream up new uses for sending audio signals through the ether! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Want access to discounts? Sign up to for an Extended Producer Membership: http://www.vivomediaarts.com/join-participate/become-a-member Or redeem your the Video Bucks you earned by volunteering: http://www.vivomediaarts.com/join-participate/volunteer ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Bobbi Kozinuk: media artist, consultant, curator, electronics technician based in Vancouver, mixes radio, electronics, projections and performance to explore issues related to gender, environment and community involvement. Bobbi leads the Wearables Lab and teaches electronics for artists at Emily Carr University. Bobbi creates: interactive media art performances with a radio and earth-saving focus, DIY radio in community & media installation exhibits in Canada and internationally. Bobbi sometimes has taught many workshops on low powered FM radio transmission, & is published in: Islands of Resistance Pirate Radio in Canada, Radio Rethink (Banff Centre) and Echo Locations (Co-op Radio Audio Art CD). ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Refunds: Class sizes are small, and our instructors need to be paid–if you can’t make a class that you’ve signed up for, we need time to alert wait-listed participants. VIVO presently asks that withdrawals from workshops be requested by emailing education@vivomediaarts.com at least 12 days prior to the workshop date, if you would like to receive a refund minus a administration fee. Thanks! https://www.facebook.com/events/323781048157894/
Location: VIVO Media Arts Centre
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Event: The Soundscape – Cut and Run – Radio Show 100.5FM
When: Wed, Oct 3 22:00 – 23:00
The Soundscape – Cut and Run – Radio Show 100.5FM
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Event: Plug In: synthesizer showcase for youth
When: Sat, Oct 6 12:00 – 17:00
Description: Help us prepare: order your **free tickets!** here: https://plug-in-showcase.eventbrite.ca

Plug In: synthesizer showcase for youth

An event for youth to turn on and tune in the fantastic world of electronic sound with help of local sound artists and electronic musicians!

Saturday, October 6, 2018
12 noon – 5pm

This event is for people 7 to 14 years old — priority is for them, but adults are welcome too.

Interested in trying out a variety of synthesizers, drum machines, tape machines, feedback systems, and other ways of making weird and wonderful electronic sounds? C’mon down to VIVO Media Arts Centre and try on some headphones, turn some knobs and press some buttons with the guidance of local sound artists and electronic musicians!

Come play and ask questions!

All ages welcome!
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Vancouver sound artist Sara Gold (saragold.ca) seeks the expansion of one’s mind through sound. her artistic practice includes live performances, interactive sound art installations, feild recordings, audio manipulation and experimentation with vintage analog electronic instruments and magnetic recording tape.

https://www.facebook.com/events/528669290881693/
Location: VIVO Media Arts Centre

Plug In: synthesizer showcase for youth

  • Fri, Sep 28 20:00 – 23:00: Acoustic Territories with Stefan Smulovitz and Lara Abadir
    For details, link here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/acoustic-territories-with-stefan-smulovitz-and-lara-abadir-tickets-49873432780 (The Fishbowl on Granville Island – 100-1398 Cartwright Street – Vancouver, BC V6H 3R9 – Canada)
  • Sat, Sep 29 12:00 – Sun, Sep 30 18:00: Make a Radio Transmitter (workshop)
    –> don’t delay: Registration closes Sun Sept 23 and space is limited <-- Build your own low-power FM transmitter with media artist Bobbi Kozinuk, and start broadcasting sounds through the air! 2 sessions, 12 hours total // , or with any VIVO Producer Membership (+GST) Session 1: Sat Sept 29, 12pm – 6pm
    Session 2: Sun Sept 30, 12pm – 6pm

    Prerequisite: Participants will be soldering during the workshop. Some soldering experience is recommended, though a quick soldering demo will be provided.

    Two extended subsidies are available for this workshop:
    https://goo.gl/forms/Mri0YDErD5UmYOCH2

    In this 2-day workshop, you will learn about basic electronics, radio transmitters and antennas, and the legal aspects of using the FM band for radio art.

    Registration includes the electronic components needed for the transmitter. That means you will take home your own transmitter! You will still need a power supply, an antenna and audio system to feed it with. These can be quite simple, depending on your plans for using it.

    The transmitter you’ll assemble is low power (about 1 or 2 watt). With it, you’ll be able to broadcast on the FM dial to your neighbourhood!

    What can you do with it?
    Broadcast your sound art on rainy evenings!

    Start a radio show live on location at the neighbourhood pet shop!

    Get moviegoers to tune-in to the soundtrack at your drive-in theatre/film-in-the-park event!

    Lead your neighbours on a sound walk!

    Dream up new uses for sending audio signals through the ether!

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Want access to discounts?

    Sign up to for an Extended Producer Membership:
    http://www.vivomediaarts.com/join-participate/become-a-member

    Or redeem your the Video Bucks you earned by volunteering:
    http://www.vivomediaarts.com/join-participate/volunteer

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Bobbi Kozinuk: media artist, consultant, curator, electronics technician based in Vancouver, mixes radio, electronics, projections and performance to explore issues related to gender, environment and community involvement.

    Bobbi leads the Wearables Lab and teaches electronics for artists at Emily Carr University. Bobbi creates: interactive media art performances with a radio and earth-saving focus, DIY radio in community & media installation exhibits in Canada and internationally. Bobbi sometimes has taught many workshops on low powered FM radio transmission, & is published in: Islands of Resistance Pirate Radio in Canada, Radio Rethink (Banff Centre) and Echo Locations (Co-op Radio Audio Art CD).

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Refunds: Class sizes are small, and our instructors need to be paid–if you can’t make a class that you’ve signed up for, we need time to alert wait-listed participants. VIVO presently asks that withdrawals from workshops be requested by emailing education@vivomediaarts.com at least 12 days prior to the workshop date, if you would like to receive a refund minus a administration fee. Thanks!

    https://www.facebook.com/events/323781048157894/ (VIVO Media Arts Centre)

  • Sat, Oct 6 12:00 – 17:00: Plug In: synthesizer showcase for youth
    Help us prepare: order your **free tickets!** here: https://plug-in-showcase.eventbrite.ca

    Plug In: synthesizer showcase for youth

    An event for youth to turn on and tune in the fantastic world of electronic sound with help of local sound artists and electronic musicians!

    Saturday, October 6, 2018
    12 noon – 5pm

    This event is for people 7 to 14 years old — priority is for them, but adults are welcome too.

    Interested in trying out a variety of synthesizers, drum machines, tape machines, feedback systems, and other ways of making weird and wonderful electronic sounds? C’mon down to VIVO Media Arts Centre and try on some headphones, turn some knobs and press some buttons with the guidance of local sound artists and electronic musicians!

    Come play and ask questions!

    All ages welcome!
    _____
    Vancouver sound artist Sara Gold (saragold.ca) seeks the expansion of one’s mind through sound. her artistic practice includes live performances, interactive sound art installations, feild recordings, audio manipulation and experimentation with vintage analog electronic instruments and magnetic recording tape.

    https://www.facebook.com/events/528669290881693/ (VIVO Media Arts Centre)

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