d'bi.young anitafrika / Kalmunity Vibe Collective

Thursday, Nov. 8, 2012
doors 20h30
$8 in advance | $11 door
La Sala Rossa, 4848 St. Laurent
(facebook event)
Montreal, Quebec

Join Howl! arts collective for a Montreal performance by d’bi.young anitafrika, a revolutionary and ground breaking artist performing creative work that incorporates theater, song and dub poetry. This concert will highlight voices on the front lines of contemporary culture, rooted in anti-colonial struggles past and present. Also joining this concert will be the Montreal grassroots artist network, the Kalmunity Vibe Collective.

This concert is part of The HTMlles 10 Festival: RISKY BUSINESS, feminist festival of media arts + digital culture.

performances by

d’bi.young anitafrika is an internationally celebrated african-jamaican-canadian dubpoet, monodramatist, and educator whose purpose is to love. www.dbi333.com

Kalmunity Vibe Collective is an inspiring grassroots artist collective in Montreal, presenting an eclectic blend of spoken word poetry, jazz, reggae and funk inspired improvisations. Kalmunity performs regularly in Montreal and beyond, having been featured at the Montreal International Jazz Festival, Suoni per il Popolo festival and Artists Against Apartheid. info www.kalmunity.com

co-presented by

2110 Centre for Gender Advocacy
CKUT Radio, 90.3fm
HTMlles 10 Festival (StudioXX)
Quebec Public Interest Research Group (QPIRG), McGill University
Suoni per il Popolo

Tickets à l’avance disponibles aux endroits suivants:
advanced tickets available at the following locations:

Casa Del Popolo / Sala Rossa / Administration Sala
Entre 12h00 et 20h00 tous les jours.

Tél. : 514-284-0122

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Howl! arts collective aims to build bridges between struggles for social justice and the arts. Howl! aims to highlight artists rooted in Montreal’s fiercely creative independent arts community via cultural events while organizing projects and creating spaces that express a culture of resistance to capitalism and injustice at home and abroad.

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