Event: Edgy Women festival transforms into EDGY REDUX FESTIVAL

by QDF

After an unforgettable 20th anniversary, the Edgy Women festival transforms into Edgy Redux: a concise (but still fiercely feminist) affair.
Edgy Redux includes 3 events on the theme 

Projection of short films, curated by 
Dayna McLeod’s 52-Pick-Up collection
+ interactive photobooth, created by the photographer 
Nikol Mikus, with decor et costumes! 
Come party in our interactive studio playground, all nuit long! Insomniacs can get a drink at the bar, play in the interactive photobooth, and watch film screenings!

MARCH 8: EDGY COLLOQUE – FREE! @ Studio 303, 11am – 4pm
The Edgy Colloque is open to all, between artists, academics and activists exploring the theme Feminisms in Transition. We will feature 
Aimee Darcell, Anne Elizabeth Côté, Jackie E. Dickinson, Marie-Claude Garneau, k.g. Guttman, Sheena Gourlay, Dana Michel, Morgan Sea and hybris.théâtre (Mylène Bergeron & Philippe Dumaine). Stop by the Studio and join us for this one day long interactive symposium.

MARCH 9: LE DÉFI EDGY – 10 to 20$ sliding scale @, Sala Rossa 7pm
Ingeniously hosted by 
Guizo LaNuit, 8 artists take up the challengeto create short pieces on a theme divulged only 3 weeks before. Eclectic programmation of feminist and queer artists, performers, dancers, and activists with Christine Bellerose, Susana Cook (NY), Karen Fennell & Jackie Gallant, Stéphanie Morin-Robert, Hannah Morrow & Heather Caplap, Morgan Sea et Jacqueline van de Geer.

Edgy Women and Edgy Redux are a feminist experimental art events devised by Miriam Ginestier and produced by Studio 303. Commemorating International Women’s Day, Edgy Redux continues the Edgy Women Festival’s mission to explore the complexity of contemporary feminisms, through fun, experimental, and community-building artistic events.

All details and biographies are now available on our website. Follow the event link!


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