Join us at MOA’s exquisite Haida House for an intimate and inspirational evening of Queer and Feminist Slam + Spoken Word with UBC Slam Poetry to dive deep on topics of gender, identity, intersectionality, social injustice and more. Host Anjalica Solomon headlines, bringing their robust visions of hope, tenacity, and love. Bring friends and find new ones, gather with us to revel in a night of sublime poetry and spoken word shared over a burning fire-pit. This event is part of UBC ARTIVISIM: Queering the Self, Sept 24 – Oct 22.
- Show Time: 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
- Meet the performers: 8:30 PM onwards at Koerner’s Pub
Host – Anjalica Solomon
Anjalica Solomon is a genderfluid Desi poet, spoken word artist, organizer and multi-disciplinary performer based in what is colonially known as Vancouver, BC on the stolen and unsurrendered territories of the Coast Salish, Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh and Musqueam Nations. Their poetic work often seeks to proclaim the possibilities of love and resilience. Anjalica is a poet of startling emotional intellect and candor whose work testifies to a deep faith in beauty, the power of nature, and ultimately, the human capacity to salvage integrity, radiance and joy from moments of struggle. Watch their poetry film productions “Honey Queen” and “Fruiticana On Fraser Street” which recently premiered and follow @Anjalicrush on Instagram to learn more about upcoming poetry, short films, theatre, new music and workshops. Anjalica
Student Artists – UBC Slam
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