Bill Reid Gallery: Resurgence: Indigiqueer Identities — October 21, 2020 – January 24, 2021

The Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art presents the exhibition Resurgence: Indigiqueer Identities, curated by Jordana Luggi – which celebrates the deeply personal and profound work of four emerging artists – and their unique identities and stories as queer Indigenous people, on display October 21, 2020 – January 24, 2021. The featured works from artists Levi Nelson (Lil’wat First Nation), Jaz Whitford (Secwepemc), Morgan Whitehead (Plains Cree) and Raven John (Coast Salish/Sto:lo) explore the roles they see themselves playing in their communities today, influenced by their own rich experiences that reflect the diversity of Indigiqueer love and life. Delving into themes of Indigiqueer existence, resistance and resilience, Resurgence: Indigiqueer Identities showcases various mediums from large-scale portrait and abstract paintings, traditionally-inspired jewelry, clothing and accessories with a twist, and colourful and creative sculptural art. Supported by the BC Arts Council, and presented as part of the Chief James Hart Emerging Artist Program.

Admission details and information at: billreidgallery.ca

The Stream of Kayne Concert Series

The Stream of Kayne is written by the man himself Sebastian Kayne! A passionate and emotion driven artist who only cares to entertain! In this time of crisis he is fully aware that YOU the public are what matters! Knowing music is the only thing to get us through the hard times in society, he has stepped up to the plate at the right time to give you 4 days a week of different styles of performances! On Fridays there will be the concert series which will be originals from his band, Kayne’s Rebellion! On Saturday’s he will do an acoustic sit down with the option of a Q&A where he will answer any questions you have about stage performance techniques!

The 6FIGURE VISIONS | Online

INFLIGHT ENT in combination with SH STUDIOS brings the 6FIGURE VISIONS ‘lifestream’ concert event!! 💯

Celebrating Lil G6’s 6FIGURE VISIONS mixtape release, we’re offering a backstage experience for the music VIP to bump along-side the legend and his immediate crew. You can expect live presentations, performances, and a special instalment feature from INFLIGHT ENT.

Tune in for a playlist of your new favourite songs, insightful commentary from music industry insiders, and a message from the minds behind the mix.

There will be opportunity for direct engagement in Q&A, live mix breakdowns, beat development tricks, as well as a chance for local artists to win a feature spot on the next hot single. 🔥

This event is free, but the experience is priceless.

Sound Bath Sanctuary – Virtual Sound Bath

Make yourself a comfortable space to lay down, remove distractions, and put on your headphones or earbuds. This is a unique, high-quality virtual sound bath experience to slow down, rest, and receive healing vibrations while immersing into a soundscape of Gongs, Crystal Singing Bowls, Tibetan Singing Bowls, Steel Tongue Drums, and more.

Here are some of the benefits that you can experience during Sound & Vibrational Healing (Sound Bath):

– Deep relaxation – not only during, but days afterward you’ll be better able to manage stress and anxiety
– Increase in immune system function
– Nervous system regulation
– Decrease in depressive feelings
– Improvement in emotional regulation
– Reduced blood pressure
– Enhanced sleep and memory
– Tunes you up to positive mood states
– And more

About the Host: Mike Reed is a musician, sound healer, and world adventurer. His love of drumming and percussion led Mike to study at the Musician’s Institute in Los Angeles, and over the last several years he has studied counselling, personal development, life coaching, and has completed the Shamanic Apprenticeship with West Coast Shamanic in Vancouver. Mike’s insatiable thirst for learning and self-improvement has allowed him to synthesize his musicianship and spiritual practice to hold a space of healing and relaxation. Follow Mike (Sound Quest) on Instagram: Instagram.com/sound_quest and Facebook: facebook.com/soundquest.soundhealing

Museums and Chill Museum of Vancouver | Online

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