Pigeon – Jenn Cole
PRESENTED BY THE PUBLIC ENERGY PERFORMING ARTS REWIND ROOM
Thursday June 11th, 2020
12:00PM-12:30PM (INCLUDES 20 MINUTE ZOOM ROOM RECEPTION)
STREAMING ON FACEBOOK, YOUTUBE AND RIGHT HERE ON THIS WEBPAGE
Closed captioning is available on Youtube and on the Public Energy website
Filmed by: Stephen Rose
Edited by: Eryn Lidster
Photo: Andrew Fox
Jenn Cole (mixed-ancestry Algonquin) is an Indigenous feminist performance scholar and performer living in Michi Saagig territory, where she is Assistant Professor in Gender and Social Justice erynStudies at Trent University and Assistant Artistic Producer at Nozhem: First People’s Performance Space. Her ancestral lands are in the Kiji Sibi Watershed. Her performance practice, research and teaching follow the performance histories of two rivers, the Kiji Sibi and the Odenabe and she strives to articulate ways to enter into more responsible relationships with creation and one another. She has performed in many Public Energy and Fleshy Thud initiatives, as well as worked as a theatre maker and performance curator with Ars Mechanica, Toronto Theatre Laboratory,the Canadian Association for Theatre Research and Circadia Indigena. Dancing is among her favourite things.
Welcome to the Public Energy Performing Arts Rewind Room!
The Public Energy Rewind Room is a weekly livestream where we showcase full and excerpted performances from Public Energy’s archives. It’s a chance to gather together and enjoy art. The Rewind Room will focus entirely on local artists, with the opportunity to donate to support these artists directly. Click here and specify “Rewind Room Artists” with “Pigeon” in your message to make your donation!
Each performance is livestreamed to YouTube and Facebook, and featured on a performance page on the Public Energy website. Following the performance you are invited to meet in a Zoom video chat social to discuss the performance. Think of it as a virtual post-show reception. BYO Snacks.
Join us in the Zoom Room following the performance:
The Zoom Room will be live starting at 12:10pm, immediately following the performance. If you’ve never used Zoom before, don’t worry! Just click the link which will be posted above. You will be prompted to install Zoom which will take a minute or so, then you will be able to join the chat. A webcam is not required. You can join using your phone or a computer with a microphone. Many laptops have a built in microphone.
Meeting ID: 765 0738 8518
To watch on the Public Energy website:
At the scheduled time the performance will be posted right here on this page.
To watch on Facebook:
Head to the page at the scheduled time to watch the livestream. The stream should appear under Happening Now.
To watch on YouTube:
At the scheduled time the video will be posted on the Public Energy YouTube channel.