Tone Deaf 3: festival announcement


Subject: Tone Deaf 3: festival announcement
From: Matt Rogalsky (mrogalsky@wesleyan.edu)
Date: Mon Sep 13 2004 - 09:17:48 EDT


Dear all,
An announcement of Tone Deaf festival upcoming in October, especially
pertinent to anyone within the Toronto-Ottawa-Montreal-Syracuse
diamond...
This year's series is definitely worth the trip to Kingston. We're very
happy to present such a wide variety of locally, nationally and
internationally recognized artists.
best,
mattr

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Tone Deaf 3
Kingston's annual festival of experimental sound performance
October 7-10 2004
Modern Fuel Gallery and Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Kingston Ontario Canada
http://www.tone-deaf.org
http://modernfuel.org

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Programme

Thursday Oct. 7 Modern Fuel Gallery 8PM
  Sandra Marshall
  Darren Copeland

Friday Oct. 8 Modern Fuel Gallery 8PM
  Irfaan Manji
  Anna Friz

Saturday Oct. 9 Modern Fuel Gallery 8PM
  Those patiently waiting for the shimmery curtains
  Susanna Hood and Nilan Perera

Sunday Oct. 10 Agnes Etherington Art Centre 8PM
  Live Electroacoustic Research Kitchen (Kristi Allik, Mike Cassells,
Robert Mulder)
  Phill Niblock

(Performer bios at http://www.tone-deaf.org )

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Tickets
Individual evenings are priced at $10 for general admission and $6 for
Modern Fuel members, students, unemployed, and seniors. We suggest you
purchase a festival pass for all four evenings, available at $30 / $20.
Contact info@tone-deaf.org or admin@modernfuel.org .

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Contact and Venue Information

Tone Deaf events October 7-9 are at:
  Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre
  21A Queen St.
  Kingston Ontario Canada
  K7K 1A1
  tel: 613 548 4883
http://www.modernfuel.org

Tone Deaf event October 10 is at:
  Agnes Etherington Art Centre
  University Avenue at Bader Lane
  Kingston, Ontario, Canada
  K7L 3N6
  Tel: 613 533-2190
  Fax: 613 533-6765
http://www.queensu.ca/ageth/

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About Tone Deaf
Tone Deaf is produced by Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre with funding
from the Music in Alternative Spaces program of the Canada Council.
This year Modern Fuel is partnered by the Agnes Etherington Art Centre,
which has provided additional funding and is hosting the final evening
of the festival. Tone Deaf was initiated and curated in 2002 and 2003
by Craig Leonard. This year's festival is curated by Matt Rogalsky.







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