Arts and Culture briefs

Access Pointe

For those interested in ballet but short on cash, Access Pointe may be the solution. The program offers tickets to Royal Winnipeg Ballet (RWB) performances to people between the ages of 15 and 29 for only $30. Sign up through the RWB website to receive notifications when seats are available.

Windows Collective

Sept. 12 to 13, the Windows Collective will be in Winnipeg with its silent film project. The 16 mm film loops, mechanisms to house them and the films themselves will be available for the audience to view and interact with. The collective will also be running workshops and masterclasses.

Edgar Heap of Birds

Neechi Commons is hosting a talk by Edgar Heap of Birds on Sept. 16 at 6:30 p.m. Heap of Birds will do a presentation, artist talk and show a slide show of his work. His work includes public art messages, glass work and monumental porcelain enamel on steel sculptures.

Living with the arts

Gas Station Arts Centre & the Performing Arts Lodge is launching its housing co-op this week. The co-op will be built on top of a new theatre and art gallery that will replace the old Gas Station Arts Centre on River Avenue. Applications for membership are now being accepted.

Quiet Concerts

The Bring Your Own Headphones (BYOH) concert series is looking for experimental electronic musicians to perform at upcoming shows. On the first Sunday of every month, a BYOH concert is organized and audience members show up with their own headphones to listen in silence. Email to sign up.

Published in Volume 70, Number 1 of The Uniter (September 10, 2015)

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