Ladyfest London 2012 is coming up soon!

Join us in celebrating local female creativity at the 4th annual Ladyfest London June 21st to 24th, this year raising funds for London’s Safe Space.

Everyone is welcome to attend the events, suggested donation is $5-10 pay what you can with no one turned away for lack of funds. Visit http://www.ladyfestlondon.ca/and follow us on Facebook and Twitter and contact us to get involved as a volunteer or artist.
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THURSDAY JUNE 21st
Film Screening at the London Public Library at 6:30
!Women Art Revolution – a film by Lynn Hershman Leeson
Through intimate interviews, art, and rarely seen archival film and video footage, !Women Art Revolution reveals how the Feminist Art Movement fused free speech and politics into an art that radically transformed the art and culture of our times.
http://womenartrevolution.com/

FRIDAY JUNE 22nd
Launch Party at EVAC & Old East Studios with art and music from 6pm – 11pm.
Followed by djs and burlesque 9pm – 2am at LAVISH.

SATURDAY JUNE 23rd view art and dine at Veg Out with 15% of prices going to Safe Space.
Participate in burlesque workshops and a bake sale at LAVISH from 4-7pm.
That night enjoy Ladyfest Performers at London Music Club starting at 7.
or join in chanting to the goddesses at Shangrila Yoga at 7pm for $10.

SUNDAY JUNE 24th unwind with acoustic music and open mic jam at Grooves Records from 1-4pm.

Ladyfest is a community-based, not-for-profit global music and arts festival for female artists that features bands, musical groups, performance artists, authors, spoken word and visual artists, films, lectures, art exhibitions and workshops; it is organized by volunteers. There is a place at ladyfest for both seasoned performers and on-stage newbies. We accept art and music from all ages. Miaow! Miaow!

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    Claire Litton said,

    Are trans ladies welcome at LadyFest? And which branch of the London Public Library is the film screening at?

    • 2

      Everyone is welcome to attend ladyfest no matter what their gender-identity.
      Ladyfest features female identified (past-present-future) artists, performers and musicians.
      The film will be showing at the Central Library in one of the meeting rooms across from the Wolf Performance Hall (there will be signs).
      See you there! xo


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