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The Speakeasy Podcast Ep. 1: Indigenous Burlesque

University of British Columbia, Vancouver BC

Coast Salish Peoples Territory/Vancouver, BC, BC

Enregistrement numérique Adulte Danse Mode et costumes Indigène Spectacle

Every two weeks, our host will engage in conversation with artists and how they use their platform to tackle anything from taboo topics in Sex to how to express yourself through music! In Episode 1 we get up close and personal with Shane Sable, founding member of the Indigenous Burlesque Group Virago Nation. Shane Sable is a 2spirit Gitxsan artist and activist who has been prowling stages across Turtle Island since 2011. Dedicated to community development, Shane is the Convening Member of Virago Nation, Turtle Island's first all-indigenous burlesque collective. You can join Shane later in the Artivism programming for a digital writing workshop on Decolonial Self-Love.

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  • Shane Sable represents in our SpeakEASY Podcast Ep. 1 for Virago Nation, all Indigenous Burlesque. This 5 part podcast series is part of our festival ARTIVISIM: Sex + The Unheard "The art of creative resistance and the politics of the body." Shane Sable represents in our SpeakEASY Podcast Ep. 1 for Virago Nation, all Indigenous Burlesque. This 5 part podcast series is part of our festival ARTIVISIM: Sex + The Unheard "The art of creative resistance and the politics of the body."
  • Shane Sable represents in our SpeakEASY Podcast Ep. 1 for Virago Nation, all Indigenous Burlesque. This 5 part podcast series is part of our festival ARTIVISIM: Sex + The Unheard "The art of creative resistance and the politics of the body." Shane Sable represents in our SpeakEASY Podcast Ep. 1 for Virago Nation, all Indigenous Burlesque. This 5 part podcast series is part of our festival ARTIVISIM: Sex + The Unheard "The art of creative resistance and the politics of the body."

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UBC Arts & Culture District

The UBC Arts & Culture District is home to everything from theatre, film, contemporary and fine art to music, opera, live performances and a world renowned Museum of Anthropology. We strive to bring creativity, art and inspiration to light at UBC.

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ARTIVISM: SEX + The UNHEARD

UBC Arts and Culture District Coast Salish Peoples Territory/Vancouver, BC

UBC Arts and Culture District and Dive into UBC are proud to present the 2020 rendition of our festival ARTIVISM. ARTIVISM: SEX + The Unheard is a two-month-long digital festival that engages with the art of creative resistance and the poli...

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Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4

Coast Salish Peoples Territory/Vancouver, BC, BC

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Contact pour l'événement

Coral Santana

csantana@mail.ubc.ca

Language

English

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