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Past Shows

Wed. March 11th 2009
The Biltmore Cabaret (No Minors)
Ndidi Onukwulu
Tue. January 27th 2009
Railway Club (No Minors)
Hemingway's Gun, Jadis Gloom, Punch Charming
Thu. February 28th 2008
The Biltmore Cabaret (No Minors)
Sistahood Celebration Launch Party presents Bahamadia, Kia Kadiri, Kytami, Ndidi Cascade, Timothy Wisdom, The Heard, Shay Faded, DJ Buzy
Fri. March 30th 2007
@  The Media Club (No Minors)
Wrap Party: Sexy Party Time Stinkmitt, Masia 1, Grahmzilla, ISIS, Thunderheist
Sat. March 24th 2007
WISE Hall (All Ages)
The Remedy: Meaningful Celebration as Cultural Medicine
Fri. March 16th 2007
WISE Hall (No Minors)
Love, Lust and Redemption: The Sista'Hood Cabaret Little Woo, Your Little Pony, Amber Dawn, Sweet Soul Burlesque, Bring Your Own, Ms Whiskey Rose, Silettos and Strap-Ons, Hadassah Hill
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Sista\'Hood Celebration

Sista'Hood Celebration

Confirmed: Feb. 27, 2008 (Awaiting Update)

Contact Details


sistahood@gmail.com
604-726-4044
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Past Shows (36)

The Sista'Hood Celebration is an annual multidisciplinary arts festival that is the only event of it's kind in Western Canada. In recognition of International Women's Day Sista'Hood features local, national and international women performers and media artists.

Sista'Hood's theme is the exploration of the convergence of women in music, dance, spoken word, media arts and community activism in today's urban environment.

Objectives

• Produce a multidisciplinary arts festival that features women as lead performers, speakers, producers, directors and workshop facilitators; and that encourages participation from all genders.

• Produce a festival of multidisciplinary arts that features women artists and is accessible to youth.

• Produce a festival of professional arts that explores the convergence of women in music, spoken word, media arts and community activism in today's urban environment.

• Provide unique opportunities for artists and audience members from diverse groups to participate in and appreciate multidisciplinary arts.

• Engage participating artists in the ongoing production of Sista'Hood.

• Provide opportunities for women artists to become involved in the women's equality and social justice movement.

• Produce a festival of multidisciplinary arts that develops and maintains a wide variety community partnerships.



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Listing last confirmed: Feb. 27, 2008

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