In this installment of Klasika, Barbara Adler gives us a taste of some of the music she’s working on as part of her year-long, multidisciplinary art project inspired by Czech tramping.
In Klasika, Barbara uses the Czech fascination with the American Wild West to explore themes of adaptation, appropriation, fiction and thievery. As part of this work, The Johnny Horton Remix project takes these themes and makes them danceable. For Barbara and her musical collaborators, Ten Thousand Wolves, the remix is an opportunity for music to […]
An experience of Theatre Pap’s “The Dragonfly of Chicoutimi”
Written by Elysse Cheadle I arrive to see Theatre Papʼs performance of Larry Tremblayʼs play “The Dragonfly of Chicoutimi” on the evening of January 23rd. The audience is buzzing about outside of the doors waiting for admittance to the theatre. I see many familiar faces from other line ups from other PuSH shows. Many groups […]
An exploration into the deeper reasons for the creation of VANDOCUMENT
VANDOCUMENT. What is it? It’s Vancouver’s arts & culture documentation publication. It focuses on Vancouver’s local artists, organizers, studios, and festivals. It’s run & operated & produced by a passionate group of people who believe that Vancouver’s local talent deserves dedicated coverage and promotion. Now this is all fine. But another WHY? Why does our […]