Rae Spoon with Rebecca Salazar, Wangled Teb, + Collage-Making (Fredericton)

Event: fb://event/1370378263665524

Time: Doors 2:30 pm | Show 3:00 pm

Location: Charlotte Street Arts Centre, 732 Charlotte Street, Fredericton (please enter using the glass doors on the right side of the building).

Pricing: Cover is $10 to 20 sliding scale.** There will be no advance tickets.

Rae Spoon is a musician, songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist, and author. Rae will be performing and sharing a reading from their newest book.

Rebecca Salazar is a queer, brown, and disabled Latinx writer who will be reading from their latest collection of poetry.

Wangled Teb is an electronic music artist who will be performing recent work.

After the show, Pride/Swell will facilitate a free, participatory collage-making event in the back garden (weather permitting).

Artist Bios:
Rae Spoon is a musician, songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist, and author. They have released twelve solo albums(Coax Records)spanning folk, country, indie rock, and electronic genres and published three books (Arsenal Pulp Press). Rae has been nominated for two Polaris Prizes, a Lambda Literary Award, and a Western Canadian Music Award. They have toured internationally (Canada, Europe, the USA, Australia, China). Rae is a non-binary, trans artist who lives with multiple disabilities. Their most recent album, Not Dead Yet (2023), was written about their lived experience of cancer diagnosis, treatment, and complications.

Rebecca Salazar is a queer, brown, and disabled Latinx writer and editor living on the unceded territory of the Wolastoqiyik people. Rebecca’s writing has appeared in journals across Turtle Island, in two chapbooks published by indie presses. Her first full-length collection sulphurtongue (M&S Poetry, 2021) was a finalist for the Governor General’s Award for Poetry, the New Brunswick Book Awards, the Atlantic Book Awards, and the League of Canadian Poets’ Pat Lowther Memorial Award. One of the co-founders of BIPOC Pride Fredericton, Rebecca is now working for artsnb, and propagating far too many plants in their apartment.

Wangled Teb creates dense, thoughtfully constructed electronic music with a strong emotional centre. MusicNB’s electronic artist of the year for 2018. Additional information will be added soon!

There will be ASL interpretation
This is a dry, all-ages event
The venue is physically accessible. There is accessible parking, a ramp outside the door, and an elevator between floors. Minimum door width at the venue is 32”.
There will be accessible, gender-neutral washrooms
There will be seating at the event for all attendees
There will be a quiet, low-sensory area available
Please avoid wearing scented products

COVID Harm Reduction:
Masking is required (respirator masks recommended).
KN95 masks will be available at the door courtesy of ElderPride.
COVID self-testing is encouraged before the event.
If you have a positive test or know you have been in contact with COVID, we ask that you please stay home in the interest of collective community care and safety.
All volunteers will test before the event
We will have 3 H13 HEPA filters in the room (each with a CADR of 550 m³/h)

**No one will be turned away for lack of funds. 5% of proceeds from the door after expenses will be donated to Crips 4 eSIMs 4 Gaza.

Contact contact@elderpride.com with any access questions or concerns.

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Jun 02 2024


3:00 pm - 4:00 pm


Charlotte Street Arts Centre
Charlotte Street Arts Centre, 732 Charlotte St, Fredericton, NB E3B 1M5, Canada


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