RIPA 2016 // Performance Evening and Round Table
April 2nd 2016 – Performance Evening
Salle polyvalente, UQAM, [SH-4800]
200 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal
7pm, doors at 6pm – $5 pre-sale, $7 at the door
Bar on site
The Rencontre interuniversitaire de performance actuelle [RIPA] invites you to celebrate its fifth edition with a night of performance art. The evening will bring together the work of seven emerging artists from different academic and professional backgrounds as well as the work of this year’s edition’s ambassador, Caroline Boileau. Festive, political, theatrical or ‘furtive’, the different performances aim to encourage collective experiences and thinking. Laurence Beaudoin Morin [UQAM], Vincent Brière [Concordia], Rose de la Riva [UQAM], Serge Olivier Fokoua [ULaval], Félipe Goulet-Letarte [UdeM], Emma-Kate Guimond [UQAM] et Julie Laurin [UQAM] and Caroline Boileau offer performances as part of a varied program incorporating challenging as well as complementary issues.
10pm to Midnight – Party RIPA, 5th anniversary!
The evening will continue with live music and dancing, with DJ Acronym [Patrick Meloche]! A newcomer on the Montreal scene, Acronym gets inspiration from different electronic music subgenres to create an original blend.
Sunday April 3rd 2016 – Round Table
Concordia University, EV Building, level 3, room 760
1515 Ste-Catherine Street West, Montréal
2pm to 4:30pm
Free event, General admission
You are invited to the third edition of RIPA’s round table. Organized under themed discussions, this event will be an opportunity for an exchange and exploration of current performance art issues in a friendly atmosphere. Professional contributors from different speres of the art world as well as animators will participate in the discussions. Each session will be followed by a group talk to identify the key lines of the different contributors. This event will create a special atmosphere to engage discussion with the artists, on the evening before performance.
Speakers: Jacob Wren, Emmanuelle Sirois and Yan St-Onge
Mediators: Caroline Boileau, Julie Richard, Maude Johnson