Kimmortal is a queer Filipinx second generation (they/she) second generation settler based on the unceded territories of the Coast Salish peoples: the Tsleil-Waututh, Squamish, and Musqueam nations. Recognized as “a voice to be heard” by Exclaim magazine, Kimmortal has been making waves with their multifaceted approach to music. Incorporating song, visual art, rap, and frequently collaborating with poets and dancers, Kimmortal strives to make an impact with their live performances. Their new album “X marks the Swirl” arrives 5 years since their first album “Sincerity” (2014).
núna (now) Iceland Canada Art Convergence, Contemporary Verse 2: The Canadian Journal of Poetry and Critical Writing (CV2) & Ós Pressan kynna:
Deadline: March, 31 2017
by Karina Hanney Marrero
núna (now) sat down with curator Kegan McFadden on a warm afternoon to discuss the in’s and out’s of his upcoming exhibition titled Since Then. The exhibition is part the núna (now) 2016 anniversary program, featuring the work of over 20 artists, and will be installed in four different locations in down town Winnipeg. A special thank you to Kegan for taking the time for a chat, the presenting artists and partners Platform Centre, Urban Shaman, Actual and Window.
Video Pool Media Arts Centre & núna (now) present
Master Class with 2boys.tv & Alexis O’Hara
We’re almost ready to announce our program! Did ya’ll know that it’s our 10th anniversary this year? Since 2006 núna (now) has numerous events, attended by locals from near and afar. Establishing connections with artists from all disciplines for ten years is a good reason to celebrate in our honest opinion. We are hoping you will join us for this years happenings! Further info coming real soon, until then watch this S P A C E!
núna (now), in partnership with Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art , is pleased to host a talk by visiting artist and public ﬁgure Gudmundur Oddur Magnusson (Goddur) on Thursday, May 28th at 7PM. The talk is free and all are welcome.
Winnipeg Art Gallery – located at the Northern Point of the Gallery
Saturday, April 25 – July 31st, 2015