A intimate arts show case ran by Uncommen people collective at Daily Dosage/Community Gallery in Durban South Africa. We will be selling PatternNation threads and prints, showing original projects and a Fashion Show of our newest collection.
The Fashion Show is a Collaboration between Pop Tee, DUT dance graduates and PatternNation. We should showcase at 7pm and there is also a line up of other musicians, and visual artists involved.
This event is one of many events to come that are geared towards the promotion of strong and new artists (especially FEMALE) doing fresh new sounds. It is also geared to wards creating new and exciting content for Durbanites to go out and enjoy. It also aims to help grow the Durban art scene that we believe is so phenomenal, and just needs to be worked at for the rest of the world to see, maybe this way we can stop losing great artists to JHB and CPT.....
In Your Backyard is on the 30th of March and the line up is so sick!!!
NIPHO HURD ft JOSH SWANSON
MR SHA NENGE LELE
Food by: BLUROC KITCHEN
Pop up stores: TINZ CLOTHING, PATTERN NATION
DRINKS AT THE BAR!
R30 BEFORE 8 PM.
Block Party Vol. 3
March 21, 7:30pm - 10pm
Free | Everyone welcome
The Reach, in partnership with Abbotsford Community Services, presents Block Party Vol. 3: Intersections on the Block. A block party is usually planned by the residents of a single block or neighborhood. The Reach has changed it up and we're inviting the whole city!
March 21 is the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, and what better way to eliminate hate than to throw a party? The focus for this event is holding space to acknowledge intersectionality* within our community.
*Intersectionality is a concept often used in critical theories to describe the ways in which oppressive institutions (racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, xenophobia, classism, etc) are interconnected and cannot be examined separately from one another.
We have a full-loaded night of highlight performances showcasing a variety of talents planned. Mark your calendars, because you don’t want to miss this event!
Miss Christie Lee
DJ Denise & Denzin 8 Productions
Sleepless Mindz Clothing&Design Fashion Show
Venue: S43 Home to That Brewing Co.
Date:Sunday 3 March 2019
Price:R 70 presale (http://qkt.io/Kv8i0J) / R100 door
With the passing of the festive season signaling the end of 2018, and surviving the odyssey that is January, Roots Up in partnership with Red Bull Music and hosted at S43 Home to That Brewing Co., calls on all fun-believers to join us in our first mass-celebration of 2019, presents the fourth edition Sunday School.
Gallery Hours 3-7pm Nov 17th
Fashion Show with young artists 5pm
Entry by Donation no one will be turned away
Showcasing the art of 6 youth ages 8-12 who have recently been involved with the 6 week course PatternNation Imagination Exploration at Artstarts. Over the last 6 weeks these youth have been working towards this show with the guidance of instructors Cydney Eva Pattern Katy Slany Brotha Jason Maggie MacPherson and Kevin Fraser
Art to expect from the young artists:
Mural panels, wearable art look, photo from shoot with art and bio
Art to expect from mentors:
PatternNation Blob installation and projections by Pattern Nation Cydney Eva Pattern and Brianna Klassen
Party Rocks and interactive beings by Katy Slany
Sleepless Mindz Clothing&Design cloud art by Brotha Jason
Photos of young artists by Maggie MacPherson
all ages DJ set by Nhlakanipho Costabest Shabalala CostaBesta
This will day of playful interactive art fun for humans of all ages! come with your kids or come support young artists while unlocking your inner child!
Thank you to our sponsors for making this possible ArtStarts in Schools and Opus Art Supplies
Museum of Vancouver invites Vancouverites to explore and celebrate innovation in action. 25 designers stationed throughout the museum’s galleries, discuss their work during Why I Design.
Why I Design spotlights the process of invention. This year’s Why I Design pays particular attention to Social Impact through design strategies of upcycling and repurposed materials. Participating designers will engage you with stories behind the development of everyday technologies and cool things you’ve never seen before. You can ask the designers—ranging from those emerging their careers to innovative leaders in international corporations—what motivates them, how they do what they do, and why Vancouver inspires them to keep doing it.
This isn’t an art display or trade show. Why I Design provides an alternative to standard presentations by breaking down walls between disciplines and between designers and the public. It’s an opportunity to interact with the designers of the products and environments that shape your life. The participating designers represent enormously diverse creativity. Come see their latest ideas and developments!
Date: Saturday, November 3, 2018
Time: 7:00pm -11:00pm
Admission: $18 Advance | $23 General Admission + At the Door | $18 MOV Members
Prices to do not include GST. Advance ticket price ends November 1 at 5pm.
Additional Info: https://museumofvancouver.ca/wid2018
Doors: 7.00pm; Screening: 7.20pm; FREE
The Film and Media Showcase is a forum for members and guests of Cineworks, WIFTV and DOC BC. It provides filmmakers with an opportunity to share their work, across genres and in a variety of lengths, in a space dedicated to discovery, discussion and inspiration. Each event is framed by a question and answer session with creators, followed by informal conversation and networking.
TRIANGULATE; 2018; 7:22; HD Video;
Director/Producer: PatternNation (Cydney Eva and collaborators)
PatternNation welcomes you on the journey that is TRIANGULATE. Filmed within three cities: Durban South Africa, Vancouver and Nanaimo Canada this film brought together 21 diverse artists between the two countries. The introverted self, the extroverted self and the creative self complete the triangle that is TRIANGULATE. Thank you for joining us on this colourful trip as we explore connecting the Mind, Body and Soul through dance, visual art, self-expression and cross-cultural exchange. TRIANGULATE is one of six new works commissioned for the Festival Of Recorded Movement, Vancouver, in partnership with Cineworks, and Charles Street Video (Toronto).
PatternNation Imagination Exploration
6 week visual and wearable art course for youth ages 8-15
made possible by the support of ArtStarts in Schools and Opus Art Supplies
Oct 10th - Nov 17th 2018 Every Wednesday from 4-7pm
excluding Oct 31st Gallery Show Nov 17th 2-8pm
Location: Arts Starts 808 Richards St Vancouver
Paint a mural panel, Create a wearable art piece, Gallery Show, Photo shoot and PatternNation Blobs.
Registration Closed! Gallery Show on Nov 17th Free and Open to the public
RACKS on RACKS on RACKS
Clothing Sale + Vogue Workshop
Prensented by Van Vogue Jam
in partnership with the plastic orchid factory
Come update your wardrobe with new and used clothing and accessories by local performers, dancers, artist and designers!
CREDIT and CASH accepted
20% of ALL CLOTHING + WORKSHOP proceeds will go to the Downtown Eastside Women's Centre
SEE YOU THERE!
3 floors of space transforming interactive art
Opening Sept 30th 5-10pm
Gallery Hours Oct 1st 2-5pm
James Black Gallery
144 E 6th Ave $5 Donation
PatternNation : Cydney Eva Pattern and Costa Besta
Sleepless Mindz : Brotha Jason
Zandi Dandizette of James Black Gallery
Fabricated Fantasy is a collaborative visual art and sound exhibition by Artists: Cydney Eva Pattern and CostaBesta (South Africa) of PatternNation, Jason Bempong of Sleepless Mindz, Brianna Klassen (Bangalore), Erica Dee and Zandi Dandizette of James Black Gallery. Bringing together their collective love for colours, textiles and imagination Fabricated Fantasy will be a collection of new and existing work aimed at immersing the audience through textile, sound and texture.
PatternNation Blobs (interactive play sculptures amde with upcycled textiles and balloons) will be installed for the very first time as a “Blob Pit” think ball pits from when you were a kid! Mixes by DJ OWABOWA will be played in the blob pit, a mix of afro, house, kumbia, dancehall, kwaito, grime, gqom and hip hop.
The main gallery will be filled with interactive fabric installations by Brianna Klassen, PatternNation and Sleepless Mindz, an experimental soundscape set by Costa Besta, Erica Dee and friends will take place from8-10pm
Zandi Dandizette’s installation Transitory a permanent sculptural room transformation at James Black Gallery will be filled with a manifestation of Sleepless Mindz cloud sculptures, projections and more.
F-O-R-M’s Commissioning Fund is an exciting program offered by the festival for emerging artists. This year, we are delighted to have commissioned 6 new movement films from artists across Canada between the ages of 19-31. Each artist received up to $2000, equipment credit and access to the facility at Cineworks in Vancouver and Charles St. Video in Toronto. These resources all went towards the creation of brand new movement films to be screened and premiered on Saturday, September 15th.
This years artists are working towards some very exciting movement ideas and concepts that involve seeing movement through music, fashion and mirrors and speak to issues of race, gender, identity, age and decolonization.
Our commissioned artists include: Francesca Chudnoff (Toronto), Jennifer Su (Toronto), Eric Cheung and Alimzhan Sabir (Calgary), Roxanne Nesbitt (Vancouver), Cydney Eva Paddon of PatternNation (Vancouver/Durban), Elizabeth Armitage and Aidan Chin (Vancouver).
We are thrilled to present these six new films to you. Thank you and congratulations to everyone for making these films a reality, and for being a part of our third F-O-R-M Commissioning Fund Program!
After an inspiring weekend of movement films, we hope you can join us at Left of Main to converse, celebrate and dance with F-O-R-M's artists, producers, audiences and volunteers of the festival!
PatternNation will be curating this event in full colour and pattern effect. Bringing some of the elements from their F-O-R-M commissioned film TRIANGULATE alive. PatternNation interactive BLOBS created by Cydney Eva will fill the space for us all to play in, pattern projections by Bangalore based visual artist Brianna Klassen will be shown and South African rapper CostaBesta will be performing his track from the film and more. Come play and get colourful with us!
To find out more about our commissioned artists, please visit: http://www.f-o-r-m.ca/schedule/2018/9/15/f-o-r-m-commissioning-artists-premier-talk-back
September 15th, 2018 9:00pm - 1:00am
Location: Left of Main (211 Keefer st.)
After an inspiring weekend of movement films, we hope you can join us at Left of Main to converse, celebrate and dance with F-O-R-M's artists, producers, audiences and volunteers of the festival! The closing party will be curated by PatternNation
Youth (25 & Younger) Day Ticket - $15
Youth (25 & Younger) Weekend Pass - $20 (Access to all 5 screenings)
Adult (26+) Day Ticket - $20
Adult (26+) Weekend Pass - $25 (Access to all 5 screenings)
To buy passes to the festival, please visit: http://www.f-o-r-m.ca/buy-passes/
PatternNation x Sleepless Mindz
Print Sale and Clothing Launch at The Basement
$5 Cover at the Door
235 Cambie Street
PatternNation is now available at The Basement a boutique in gas town hosting all local Vancouver and Canadian products. Sleepless Mindz has been a part of The Basement collective for a while now and we thought that there is no timing better than now to bring our communities to the space, celebrate all it does for local creatives and create a fresh night of music and art for y'all.
PRINT SALE / Art Exhibition
PatternNation and Sleepless Mindz will be showing and selling a collection of published and previously released fashion editorial and art prints. Fill your walls with our colorful work as we are creating a limited run of prints especially for this show.
Not only is PatternNation Launching their newest collection at The Basement PatternNation and Sleepless Mindz are also launching their new ONLINE STORES this night! Come check them out for the first time and see the stock we are selling online first hand!
7-9pm 10-11pm DJ set by the talented and upcoming DJ Kawz.
9pm Dance Performance by MJ aka Marisa and Jason of Sleepless Mindz and Immigrant Lessons
9:30pm Live Set by CostaBesta (South Africa) and DJ Kawz
Besta and Kawz will be performing together for the first time and dropping some of their new collaborative projects.
Conscious living, up-cycling, fashion forward has never been so relevant as it is today. Join The KZNSA Gallery on Thursday 3 May for the exhibition opening of Fashion Revolution: #WhoMadeMyClothes? at 17h30. There will be a LAB Talks at 16h00 before the official opening, where you can engage in depth on the subject.
We are people from all around the world who make the fashion industry work.
We are the people who wear clothes.
And we are the people who make them.
We are you.
We are the 'pro-fashion protesters' because we love gashion and want to see it become a force for good. We celebrate fashion as a positive influence while also scrutinising industry practices and raising awareness of the fashion industry's most pressing issues.
Be Curious. Find Out. Do Something.
Leandi Mulder Designs are focused on sustainable practices, paired with intricate handcrafting techniques such as hand-weaving, embroidery and textile construction. As a recent graduate; comfort, perfection, attention to detail and a wabi-sabi approach to creative development are what makes Leandi Mulder Designs distinctively appealing. Her design philosophies rely on an eco-conscious mentality, a global aesthetic and a unique point of view.
Pattern Nation is a collaborative and inclusive platform aimed at connecting artists who embrace bold colour and pattern globally. PatternNation was founded by Vancouver Canada based artist and fashion designer Cydney Eva. PatternNation collaborations engage with many indigenous and radical thinking artists globally. As an act of decolonization through art PatternNation shoots, events, video's and clothing aim to create conversation around identity politics. Part of the platforms mandate is to create more space for inter-generational women and people of colour in fashion and to facilitate cross cultural sharing through art. The aim of PatternNation is to work directly with artists from various backgrounds and create content that subverts the usual consumption of Caucasian minimalist work in the art and fashion worlds.
*Reminder to carry membership cards to retrieve complimentary drink.
Pattern Nation is the #durbandesigner of the month for Durban Is Yours ! check out the feature they did on us and the CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS to the Colour and Pattern issue.
The call is open to all types of submissions (writing, peotry, fashion, photography, visual art, music, video etc.) open for Durban artists and international submissions! deadline to submit is MAY 25. Email email@example.com to submit
We will be shooting some fun editorials for The Colour & Pattern Issue coming out later this month and encourage every one to start thinking Pattern and Colour and submit some of your own work to #Durbanisyours
First Thursday's Durban
at Open Plan Studi
39 Station Drive 6-10pm
Honey Bass photography exhibition
photos by Llwellyn Juice Makhanya
Purple Oceans Art Film Screening in collaboration with IMMIGRANT LESSONS and Pattern Nation shot in Los Angeles and Durban
Violet Visions photography exhibition in collaboration with Ash-Leigh Lex LaFoy Llwellyn Juice Makhanya CostaBesta
Streetwear Pop Up
Violet Visions Mural
Interactive Blob installation
Good Vibes Collective
Produced with the help of Open Plan Studio and First Thursdays Durban
Derekorder Livesessions Vol 1
3 Countries : 6 DJs : 3 Live Artists : 1 Space
This two hour live stream broadcast of six 20 minute sets and live freestyle vocals will take place at 40 Fenton in PatternNation's studio space with a fresh new mural and projected visuals.
HIP HOP, FUTURE RNB, HOUSE, LIQUID DRUM & BASS, LIVE BOOMBAP, FUTURE BASE, TRIBAL TRANCE, DUB TECHNO
& more bass oddities
DURBAN: 20:00 - 22:00 SAST
LONDON: 18:00 - 20:00 GMT
VANCOUVER: 10:00 - 12:00 PST
LIVE STREAM CONNECTIONS
/ or /
@pattern.nation @derekorderlivesessions @lexlafoy @colour_your_city
DJS / PRODUCERS:
Juice the Giant
INTERACTIVE ART INSTALLATION for Durban's First Thursday FEB 1st
Location: Tree's and outdoor space at Station Drive.
PatternNation currently based in Durban is a collaborative and inclusive visual art and design label aimed at connecting artists who embrace bold colour and pattern globally from Vancouver, Canada along with Colour Your City a global movement dedicated to transforming and enriching urban space with colour from London, UK. This two platforms will be coming together to bring you a free outdoor interactive art installation this coming First Thursday.
PatternNation fabric blobs have been shown in Joburg, Vancouver, Montreal and London and will have their Durban Debut on Feb 1st. With a new collection of blobs with fabric sourced from Durban.
This will be partnered with an interactive text and visual component by Colour Your City that will engage the audience to consider how colour plays into their daily lives within the city.
So walk by and play with us this First Thursday at the tree's at the base of Station Drive. All ages welcome.
PatternNation x Colour Your City outdoor interactive installation - come play!
with installation support from Open Plan Studio
THIS YEAR MARKS 5 YEARS CHOCOLATE JUNGLE 90S JAM HAS BEEN BRINGING THE JUNGLE 90S VIBES TO YOU !
THIS YEAR WE HAVE SPECIAL OUT OF TOWN GUESTS FROM VAN CITY'S PATTERN NATION WHO WILL PROVIDE A VISUAL ART EXPERIENCE IN THE Le Belmont CLUB AND DESIGN COOL COSTUMES FOR THE DANCERS! ( NEW ART PHOTO BOOTH!)
BOOMBASTIC SOUNDS FROM OUR NEW YORK DJ STILL 1 Loreto StillOne Jamlig bringing you that flava from r&b, new jack swing, house, dancehall/reggae funk tracks everything under the sun so come get down!
Hosted By Marley Nolls from (Voyage Fantastique)
Live performances MAry J blige and Heavy D guests performers
Soul Food ( yummy double and rotis!)
Theme Drinks for da ladies and fellas
*******************Special Prize for Best Dressed!!!!!!!!********************
GET YOUR ******EARLY BIRD******* TICKETS THERE WILL BE LIMITTED AMOUNT!
CUL-DE-SAC 3794 St Laurent
City Styles 1184 St Catherine W
or call number on flyer !!!
McFly Sale Presents
Choose the Right Thing Pop Up Shop
Montreal's Leah McFly-Waackeisha and Vancouver's Pattern Nation have come together to bring you this edition of McFly's Choose the Right Thing Pop Up Shop. Expect bright colours, patterns, 90s vintage, hand painted digs, dolls, jewelry, caps and much more unique goodies.
Mcfly Sale is back once again for another collaborative edition. Mcfly has been popping up around the city and trending since 2011 throughout Montreal. She started alone and now loves sharing the space with different brands local or from outside! Last one featured various Local Montreal designer's. this time we have a mix with special invited Guest PATTERN NATION also other brands listed below and local designer Becca Love (designs pieces/vintage) and Poupees D'or Special Custom made Dolls of color with hand made hair and fashion's!
******COME CHECK US OUT SATURDAY DECEMBER 2ND!!!******
PatternNation is a collaborative and inclusive wearable art/visual design label aimed at connecting artists who embrace bold colour and pattern globally. PatternNation merges the mediums, of mural painting, installation art, clothing and jewelry to create their multifaceted brand of one of a kind pieces. Having previously shown art and fashion and ran pop ups in Vancouver, London, Los Angeles, Johannesburg and Bangalore, PatternNation is now in Montreal to collaborate with Leah Mcfly and Chocolate jungle.
Pattern Nation (vancity)
McFly Sale (mtl)
Sleepless Mindz Clothing&Design (vancity)
Afroditie Creative (vancity)
Snowpea the Jeweller (vancity)
Les Poupées D'Or (mtl)
Becca Love Counter Culture Fashion House Becca Love (mtl)
JanCity DJs (DJ JaeKae & DJ Nelles)
Pattern Nation Interactive art installation
PatternNation will have an artist booth and balloon blob installation in the trees for attendee's to play with.
FREE Family Fun!
What better way to end the summer than spending the day outside listening to great music, visiting local artists at work and soaking up those last rays of summer sun, while taking in the majestic views of the North Shore mountains and the pristine Capilano Reservoir?
Bring your family and friends, your lawn chairs and pack a picnic lunch (or grab some great fresh, local treats from the food vendors). We will have free activities for the kids and free artist demonstrations in many mediums by a selection of talented local artists – they will also have artwork for sale.
Vancity Street is back - New Location & more Designers, Performing Talent, Pop-up Vendors & Art Exhibitions than ever before
Art exhibitions include the Runway show & Upper floor of Pop-up Booths - including an Art Gallery, Braid Bar & Barber shop
PatternNation will be installing BALLOON BLOBS in the venue for the audience to interact with.
Harbour Event Centre
PatternNation is teaming up with Immigrant Lessons dance company to bring you a fly fashion show and dance performance as part of Vancouver's first RAW ARTISTS showcase. Show at 9:45
There will be a PatternNation artist booth, selling art and jewelry all night along with booths and performances from many other local artists.
buy your tickets here: http://www.rawartists.org/patternnation
Assemblage is excited to currently have Cydney Eva of PatternNation on residency. Join us on Friday 7 April from 6pm for a collaborative art opening of immersive painting, interactive sculpture and experimental performances.
Inspired by the 1966 sci-fi film Fantastic Voyage, in which the voyagers travel inside of the human body. This exploration in space, pattern and self expression aims to create another world of creativity that consumes the room. Self reflection, connection, surrealism, fun, play and interaction are all elements that have brought together this group of artists from Joburg, Durban, and Vancouver. Assemblage artist in resident Cydney Eva founder of PatternNation aims to create a truly collabor...ative performative night that breaks away from conventional art functions and allows us to laugh, dance, observe, play and groove together. This voyage will consist of 3 experimental hip hop and RnB performances happening in different parts of the gallery space. DJ owabowa will hold down the night with a mixture of base music, feminist/queer rap, house and hip hop. There will also be a small pop up shop of PatternNation painted and silkscreened clothing, PatternNation rope jewelry and the collaborative zines made in the workshop with alphabet zoo.
Curation, Murals, balloon cloud installation, projections, clothing, jewelry, dancer
Johannesburg South Africa
Vocalist, musician, performer
Durban South Africa
Rapper, stylist, performer
Johannesburg South Africa
Rapper, performer, clothing designer and painter
For further information or images contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Sound equipment sponsored by Red Bull
MATERIALize is a temporary shop and group exhibition featuring emerging fashion designers and artists.
Curated by Jamie Gill and Cydney Eva (PatternNation).
Open from 12 P.M - 8 P.M. on February 25th & 26th with a special opening event on February 25th from 8 P.M. - 11 P.M.
Open to the public and free to attend. All ages.
Getting here / accessibility:
MATERIALize is temporarily located at the Art Represent space,
264 Globe Road, London, E2 0JD
Nearest Tube: Bethnal Green....
The venue is wheelchair accessible.
PatternNation will be showing the Pattern Blob Cloud installation and selling painted clothing, rope necklaces and wooden bead jewelry
Designer/ artist inquiries: goo.gl/IxhGvi
Sunday, Dec 18. 12-8.
The Vintage Handmade Society in collaboration with Vancouver Art and Leisure present a holiday market for everyone! There will be a wide range of vendors with products such as skincare, art, jewelry, pottery, candles, clothing, blankets, christmas cards, vinyl, a tarot booth, live painting and more!
We are excited to invite all you magical folks to the Radical Spirits Solstice Market. This event takes place on the ancestral, traditional, and unceded homelands of the Musqueam, Skxwú7mesh, and Tsleil-Waututh peoples.
Where: The Toast Collective (648 Kingsway)
When: Friday, Dec. 16 -- 5-10pm
Saturday, Dec. 17 -- 10am-6pm
Sunday, Dec. 18 -- 10am-3pm
The Solstice Market will focus on handcrafted goods from local witchy artists and craftspeople. We hope to shine the spotlight on lesser known artists/crafters, and will aim to carry a wide variety of products at a wide variety of price points.
75% of the profits return directly to the artists/crafters.
We will also have refreshments for sale--the hot apple cider is back! There will also be a some more surprises announced as we approach the date.
Purchases can be made by cash or credit card (no debit, unfortunately).
Come shop and hang out in the space with your friends and loved ones, revel in each other's good company and celebrate the Solstice season.
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11th, 2016 • 12PM-8PM
Fortune Sound Club • 147 E PENDER
$2 ENTRY • ATM ON SITE
❄︎ ❄︎ ❄︎ CHINATOWN MALL WINTER 2016 SALE ❄︎ ❄︎ ❄︎
❄︎ 25+ CURATED VENDOR BOOTHS ❄︎
Best of emerging local designers and brands plus selected artisans and seasoned collectors of rare/novelty streetwear.
A Collaborative Visual Art Experience and Pop Up Shop
Pattern Nation ~ Sleepless Mindz Clothing&Design ~ MANIA MAG~ Shop Wrong ~ Oka ~
Dec 2nd 8pm-12am
Dec 3rd 12pm-8pm
*No cover* but sliding scale donations much appreciated...
Remember what it's it like to have your head in the clouds, not a care in the world, a crayon in your hand, a booger in your nose and to not be afraid to let your imagination run wild. This all ages collaborative exploration in clouds through visuals, textile art, sculpture, sound and street wear is based on the themes of: Imagination, dreams, vulnerability, presence, nostalgia, and self reflection. Swing by, enjoy some music, cartoons, style and art.
~ Pop Up Shop ~
PatternNation: pitter pattern windbreaker collection
Sleepless Mindz: head in the clouds collection
Shop Wrong select goods: DUI, It Came From Hastings
PatternNation Interactive Cloud Installation
(Used and found fabrics, balloons, lighting, spray paint)
PatternNation painted fabric flooring
(fabric, house paint, paint pen)
Sleepless Mindz head In the clouds illustrations
Old School Projector Slides: Cydney Eva (PatternNation), Katy Slany, Brotha Jason (Sleepless Mindz)
Projected Cartoons curated by Brotha Jason and Cydney Eva
Embodied cloud movement and vocal performance
Brotha Jason Freestyle
The Toast is a storefront with the following measurements:
-Front Door 40 inches across
-Bathroom Door 27.5 inches across, very small bathroom area, door opens inwards
-Kitchen Door 36 inches across
-There is a 6.5 inch step at the front entrance, there is a portable ramp to use to accommodate this step
This event takes place on the ancestral, traditional, and unceded homelands of the Musqueam, Skxwú7mesh, and Tsleil-Waututh peoples. Unceded means that this land was never surrendered, relinquished or handed over in any way. As we organize, we also remember the historical and ongoing colonial genocide against Indigenous peoples that make it possible for us to be here as settlers.
Curated by Cydney Eva (PatternNation)
Thank you to Matty Harris and the toast staff for the space and technical support.