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Imagination Cinema: Workshop with Ian Ferrier

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January 25, 2020

Location: Okanagan Regional Library, Kelowna Branch
Address: 1380 Ellis Street
Time: 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
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2020-01-25 10:30:00 2020-01-25 12:30:00 America/Vancouver Imagination Cinema: Workshop with Ian Ferrier Ian Ferrier is one of the core writer/performers in the North American performance literature scene. His work is well-known across Canada, New York and Europe. Rooted in poetry, his live performances are a haunting blend of acoustic guitar, choir; whispered voice, and the trancelike music of a band called Pharmakon. His signature is the quiet, compelling voice at the centre of every piece. The workshop will explore the aesthetics, tools, requirements, value and limits of works that mix spoken word and sound. Sponsors: Sponsored in part by the City of Kelowna, Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada, and UBC Okanagan’s Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies, and the Okanagan Regional Library. 
The space is wheelchair accessible. There are two, multistall, gendered washrooms near the room. There is also a single-stall, ungendered, wheelchair accessible washroom around the corner that can be opened by staff when needed. We respectfully acknowledge that we live and work in the unceded, ancestral territory of the Syilx people. It is a privilege to be able to put on events as uninvited guests on their land. Okanagan Regional Library, Kelowna Branch 1380 Ellis Street events@kelownanow.com
Ian Ferrier is one of the core writer/performers in the North American performance literature scene. His work is well-known across Canada, New York and Europe. Rooted in poetry, his live performances are a haunting blend of acoustic guitar, choir; whispered voice, and the trancelike music of a band called Pharmakon. His signature is the quiet, compelling voice at the centre of every piece.

The workshop will explore the aesthetics, tools, requirements, value and limits of works that mix spoken word and sound.
Sponsors: Sponsored in part by the City of Kelowna, Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada, and UBC Okanagan’s Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies, and the Okanagan Regional Library.


The space is wheelchair accessible. There are two, multistall, gendered washrooms near the room. There is also a single-stall, ungendered, wheelchair accessible washroom around the corner that can be opened by staff when needed.

We respectfully acknowledge that we live and work in the unceded, ancestral territory of the Syilx people. It is a privilege to be able to put on events as uninvited guests on their land.





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