Performance de Benjamin Seror

Sat. September 24th and Sun. 25th, 2016 (FR) + Fri. September 31st and Sat. October 1st, 2016 (ENG) 7 p.m. @ Studio 303
$10 (cash, at the door)
Curated by La Biennale de Montréal

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Saturday, October 8th 2016, 8 p.m and Sunday, October 9th 2016, 4 p.m. @ Studio 303
$10 to $20 sliding scale (cash, at the door)

Métamorphose is a collaborative project between movement and visual artists, commissioned by Studio 303. This Fall, we present: Paul Chambers + Annie Gagnon + David-Alexandre Chabotand Bettina Szabo + Jacinthe Derasp.

Assembleepetit

Sat. November 5th, 8 p.m. and Sun. November 6th, 4 p.m. @ Studio 303
$10 to $20 sliding scale (cash, at the door)
Programmé par WIVES

ASSEMBLÉE is a new series: an opportunity for WIVES collective (Emma-Kate Guimond, Julia Thomas & Aisha Sasha John) to align with other performance-makers to promote hybrid forms of genre-defying live art. ASSEMBLÉE is a new platform for artists who work with their own bodies and divergent materials in order to tackle the problems of form itself.

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Sat. November 26th 2016, 8pm and Sun. November 27th 2016, 4pm @ 303
$10 to $20 sliding scale (cash, at the door)
Programmed by Ornella Calisti/coopérative Miel Montréal

Miel Montréal Co-op invites you on a journey to the heart of the hive during Urban Bee Month 2016. Exhibitions and workshops during the day, will be followed by – Le bal des abeilles – two performance events by bees.

We Can Edit

Wednesday, September 14th, 2016, 4 to 7 p.m. @ Studio 303 (in the office)
Free!

Archiving Edgy Women on Wikipedia (AEWW) is an ongoing extension of The Edgy Wiki-thon, aimed at posthumously cultivating Edgy Women / Redux’ presence online and empowering the Montreal interdisciplinary performance community to participate in the Wikipedia community. The AEWW is a sub-event of art+feminsim, a rhizomatic campaign to improve coverage of women and the arts on Wikipedia, and to encourage female editorship.

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Wednesday, December 14th 2016, 8 p.m. @ Sala Rossa
$10 to $20 sliding scale (cash, at the door)

« Tollé »: Clamour, indignation, general protest.

Cabaret Tollé is an evening of entertaining artful unrest featuring the crème de la crème of Montreal’s cabaret scene. Launched in February 2014, this fun-raising event has established itself as a platform for inventive performance that questions the status quo.

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Sat. January 28th, 8 p.m. and Sun. January 29th, 4 p.m. @ Studio 303
$10 to $20 sliding scale (cash, at the door)

In response to a growing interest in dance dramaturgy, REMIX explores how a choreography can be re-worked and re-performed to bring out new meaning, while troubling the idea of ownership through a radical sharing of material. This year, Studio 303 invited Aurélie Pedron and Lara Kramer as remixers. Both choreographers have unique interdisciplinary dance practices, questioning political issues in their own way.

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Saturday, March 4th 2017, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. @ Studio 303
Free
Curated by Kim-Sanh Châu and Guillaume Vallée

Retro-exotic Videodanse is a new dance video event in Montréal curated by Kim-Sanh Châu Guillaume ValléeThis evening will feature short dance videos dealing with concepts of time and space. Beer and popcorn will be available along this retro-exotic trip.

Assembleepetit

Sat. April 15th 2017, 8 p.m and Sun. April 16th 2017, 4 p.m. @ Studio 303
$10 to $20 sliding scale (cash, at the door)
Curated by WIVES

ASSEMBLÉE is a new series: an opportunity for WIVES collective (Emma-Kate Guimond, Julia Thomas & Aisha Sasha John) to align with other performance-makers to promote hybrid forms of genre-defying live art. ASSEMBLÉE is a new platform for artists who work with their own bodies and divergent materials in order to tackle the problems of form itself.

Jess Dobkins by Tania Anderson

Late May/Early June 2017 (Date TBA) @ Studio 303
Free/RSVP

SPARK Studio Series is four informal showings by 303-associated artists plus a networking event. The showings are geared for visiting presenters (attending the FTA and OFFTA) but open to the general public.

June 2017 (Date TBA) @ Studio 303
Free/No RSVP

Open to all artists, À Table is a unique artist-presenter networking event that DOES NOT involve speed-dating, random schmoozing, or organized pitches. Invited presenters sit at individual tables in our studio for a 3-hour period to receive artists who wish to initiate, join or eavesdrop on conversations with them. Artists may spend 3 hours with a single presenter or visit several. Each presenter’s bio, photo and programming practice will be displayed, providing vital context.