7a*11d International Festival of Performance Art


Celebrating its 7th festival

 
DateThursday, October 23, 2008 - 4:00am to Sunday, November 2, 2008 - 5:00am

Cost

Free

Email

info@performanceart.ca

Location

XPACE Cultural Centre and more 58 Ossington Avenue, Toronto, Ontario

7a*11d is pleased to present the seventh International Festival of Performance Art from October 23 to November 2. Daily and evening performance art events take place at XPACE Cultural Centre and Toronto Free Gallery; with special events taking place at The Gladstone Hotel and the Fleishman Gallery at WonderWorks.

7a*11d is proud to announce our forthcoming 7th International Festival, a culmination of 11 years of working together as an artist-run collective. In order to celebrate this accomplishment, the 2008 7a*11d festival is nothing less than an international survey of global live art - progressive and provocative new performance works by over 30 local, national and international performance artists. The festival hosts residencies, performance art events, panel discussions, artists' talks, video/performance screenings, and workshops in 11 jam-packed days.

Artists participating in this year's festival include: Tomomi Adachi (Japan), Gustavo Alvarez (Mexico), Warren Arcand (BC), Francis Arguin (QC), Annette Arlander (Finland), Marilyn Arsem (USA), Sylvette Babin (QC), Natasha Bailey & Danielle Williams (Toronto), John G. Boehme (BC), Nenad Bogdanovic (Serbia), Ulysses Castellanos (Toronto), Simla Civelek (Toronto), BBB Johannes Deimling (Germany), Chaw Ei Thein (Burma), Angelika Fojtuch (Poland), Nicola Frangione (Italy), OCAD alumni Randy Gagne & Stacey Sproule (Toronto), Sini Haapalinna (Finland), Alejandra Herrera (Chile/USA), Mahan Javadi (Toronto), József R. Juhász (Slovakia), Essi Kausalainen (Finland), Risa Kusumoto (Toronto), Norbert Klassen (Switzerland), Will Kwan (Toronto), Glenn Lewis (BC), Jason Lim (Singapore), Pia Lindy (Finland), Joost Nieuwenburg (Netherlands), Robin Poitras (SK), Martin Renteria (Mexico), Don Simmons (Toronto), Tonik Wojtyra (Toronto) and Sakiko Yamaoka (Japan).

DateThursday, October 23, 2008 - 4:00am to Sunday, November 2, 2008 - 5:00am

Cost

Free

Email

info@performanceart.ca

Website Location

XPACE Cultural Centre and more 58 Ossington Avenue, Toronto, Ontario

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7a*11d
Thursday, October 23, 2008 - 4:00am to Sunday, November 2, 2008 - 5:00am

7a*11d is pleased to present the seventh International Festival of Performance Art from October 23 to November 2. Daily and evening performance art events take place at XPACE Cultural Centre and Toronto Free Gallery; with special events taking place at The Gladstone Hotel and the Fleishman Gallery at WonderWorks.

7a*11d is proud to announce our forthcoming 7th International Festival, a culmination of 11 years of working together as an artist-run collective. In order to celebrate this accomplishment, the 2008 7a*11d festival is nothing less than an international survey of global live art - progressive and provocative new performance works by over 30 local, national and international performance artists. The festival hosts residencies, performance art events, panel discussions, artists' talks, video/performance screenings, and workshops in 11 jam-packed days.

Artists participating in this year's festival include: Tomomi Adachi (Japan), Gustavo Alvarez (Mexico), Warren Arcand (BC), Francis Arguin (QC), Annette Arlander (Finland), Marilyn Arsem (USA), Sylvette Babin (QC), Natasha Bailey & Danielle Williams (Toronto), John G. Boehme (BC), Nenad Bogdanovic (Serbia), Ulysses Castellanos (Toronto), Simla Civelek (Toronto), BBB Johannes Deimling (Germany), Chaw Ei Thein (Burma), Angelika Fojtuch (Poland), Nicola Frangione (Italy), OCAD alumni Randy Gagne & Stacey Sproule (Toronto), Sini Haapalinna (Finland), Alejandra Herrera (Chile/USA), Mahan Javadi (Toronto), József R. Juhász (Slovakia), Essi Kausalainen (Finland), Risa Kusumoto (Toronto), Norbert Klassen (Switzerland), Will Kwan (Toronto), Glenn Lewis (BC), Jason Lim (Singapore), Pia Lindy (Finland), Joost Nieuwenburg (Netherlands), Robin Poitras (SK), Martin Renteria (Mexico), Don Simmons (Toronto), Tonik Wojtyra (Toronto) and Sakiko Yamaoka (Japan).

Venue & Address: 
XPACE Cultural Centre and more 58 Ossington Avenue, Toronto, Ontario
Email: 
info@performanceart.ca
Cost: 
Free
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