Thursday, May 14 — 6:00pm MDT
This performance involves decorating funerary cakes while calling friends, relatives, and kin to talk about occasions where feeding people cake is contemporary tradition, verging on protocol.


Friday, May 8 — 10:00pm MDT
Working with aesthetics informed by disability, this performance deliberately rejects the fetishization of “pushing one’s self” as an achievement in performance.

Kiskisohcikew (they make things to make people remember)

Sunday, May 3 — 5:00pm MDT
This performance is centered in knowledge transmission, language retention, and creative practice that will allow Carrie and future generations to learn Nêhiyawêwin.

One day I'm gonna make the onion cry #9

Sunday, April 26 — 1:00pm MDT
The ninth and final iteration in an ongoing series, this performance continues his exploration of “enacted images (agierte Bilder)”, a term he is using since 1989 for his works.

મીઠ સપના માટની દવા (Medicine for Sweet Dreams)

Thursday, April 23 — 6:00pm MDT
A food-based performance blending self-isolation, food, and online gathering into a social nourishing and culinary performance.


Wednesday, April 22 — 1:45am MDT
While people all around the world are experiencing the effects of COVID-19, artist Jood Jung is living and working on a cow farm in Chiang Mai Province, Thailand.

The End

Sunday, April 12 — 7:00pm MDT
Exploring the nuances of human failure, this performance places a single individual at the centre of humanities woes as it abstracts and contemplates what it means to “end” something.

The Ballad of Plastic Bags

Wednesday, April 8 — 4:00am MDT
The Ballad of Plastic Bags will livestream the journey of two plastic bags caught in the wind tunnel of my apartment’s almost deserted parking lot while a Figure of Pestilence lurks in the background.

Women Appear (and sometimes they learn how to disappear)

Monday, April 6 — 8:00pm MDT
This work is based on a piece Julianne first performed by bringing a corner of their living room into a theatre, and later in other galleries.

How Does It Feel?

Wednesday, April 1 — 9:59am MDT
This performance combines the elements of writing, music, and movement improv. Using face masks, hoarded groceries, and ribbons as props, the performance involves the artist singing poetry about being

2 cents cart

September 2 - 28, 2019
Part of the Fare Trade fundraiser curated by Signy Holm. 2 cents cart is a mobile installation and performative artwork modeled after Asian street food and tea carts.

Emotion-based Observation Painting

Sunday, October 7, 2018 — 12:00pm - 5:00pm
In the tradition of Impressionist paintings of white Europeans performing leisure activities, the performance imagines this for our ancestors who are no longer alive, as well as those that are.

A rolling [insert land artist surname] gathers no moss

Sunday, October 7, 2018 — 11:00 AM – 1:08 PM
This durational performance places common physical materials used in earthworks in relation to the artists' own physical body.

Whose Body is This?*

Saturday, October 7, 2018 — 10:00pm
Quotidian violence can be classified by its invisibility. The quotidian is such because it is perceived so often that one stops perceiving it.

Love Me Like There's No Tomorrow

Saturday, October 6 — 8:00pm
Love Me Like There’s No Tomorrow is a durational lip-syncing performance to the solo record, Mr. Bad Guy by Farrokh Bulsara.

how to make an image

Saturday, October 6, 2018 — 8:00pm
How to make an image is a duet between Eshan Rafi and a six-and-a-half-minute segment of archival video footage dealing with issues of representation.

Something is coming

Friday, October 5 — 9:30pm
Something is coming is a site specific sound performance which listens into the electrical grid.

Not Peaceable and Quiet

Friday, October 5, 2018, — 8:30pm
This research-based performance examines normalized associations be­tween criminality and sound.


Friday, October 5, 2018 — 7:00pm
Jeneen Frei Njootli’s performance turns an ear to caribou antlers sounding the transmis­sion of embedded and layered ancestral knowledge.

Relaxing into Relation

Friday, October 5, 2018 — 12:00pm - 2:30pm | Sunday, October 7, 2018 — 4:00pm - 6:30pm
An individual and collective performative experiment: physiological relaxation as a basis for a conversation.

Something, Somewhere

Thursday, October 4, 2018 — 9:00pm
In 2013, a long-buried and relatively obscure village was uncovered in a remote region of the Mediterranean. Researchers slowly unearthed increasingly bizarre artifacts and architecture.

Release Stress & Feel Amazing in 30 Minutes

Thursday, October 4, 2018 — 7:30pm
Performance by Jamie McDonald + Signy Holm as part of the Rita McKeough: Works - Publication Launch Event

Let them believe in themselves

Thursday, October 4, 2018 — 7:20pm
Performance by NIK as part of the Rita McKeough: Works - Publication Launch Event

and when it floods in

Thursday, October 4, 2018 — 7:10pm
Performance by Toni Cormier as part of the Rita McKeough: Works - Publication Launch Event
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