Past Winnipeg Event: VOL 31

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VOL 31

September 14, 2017
@ The Park Theater and Movie Cafe

The show starts at 8:20pm. Doors open at 7:30pm.  

Are you looking for an event that celebrates the struggles and successes of folks just like you? Or maybe you're searching for inspiration in the Winter City Capital of Manitscoldhere. On Thursday, September 9th, spend a night being inspired — everyone is welcome.

There are no tickets being sold for this event. Admission is free, although we do accept donations at the door (a suggested: $10).

 

Justin Ladia

Silvana Moran

Theresa de Guzman

J.H. Moncrieff

Christine St. Martin

James Turner

Ryan Harby

Anna Hunter

Natalie Kilimnik

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Chickens, the gateway animal

BY ANNA HUNTER
@ VOL 31 ON SEP 14, 2017

In order to make sure her children grew up with a relationship with the land and their food this couple moved from East Vancouver to Eastern Manitoba to farm. Having never farmed before what could possibly go wrong? Anna Hunter shares.

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One word: Neopets

BY AVERY HELM
@ VOL 31 ON SEP 14, 2017

When you grow up in the middle of the greatest technology boom in history, the internet becomes your muse.  Exposed to the greatest site in history, Neopets, at a young age, Avery Helm grew from her love of artistically designed creatures to making her own fantasy world with her art.  

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An Asylum on an Isolated Island

BY J.H. MONCRIEFF
@ VOL 31 ON SEP 14, 2017

It`s about to get a little spooky in here. Being the wonderful storytelling that she is, J.H. Moncrieff takes into the abandoned island in Italy and takes us on a haunted visual tour.  

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Not the 6th Best Anymore

BY JUSTIN LADIA
@ VOL 31 ON SEP 14, 2017

Justin Ladia`s previous Pechakucha presentation may have dubbe as the 6th best PKN Winnipeg has ever seen, but we think this is definitely a top 5!

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Jazz and Space Cowboys

BY NATALIE KILIMNIK
@ VOL 31 ON SEP 14, 2017

A self-identified millenial, Natalie Kilimnik takes our affection for Cowboy Bebop to a school presentation level and it rocks our world.  If you have any love for anime, space cowboys, or jazz this is DEFINITELY where you should be.  

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The One With a Dog on the Stage

BY JAMES TURNER
@ VOL 31 ON SEP 14, 2017

That silence you hear at the beginning of this presentation is a vital component to its existance. You see, there was an actual, living breathing, fluffy as can be, dog on the stage. That silence was the entire audience collectively mooning over the adorable fur baby that stood as a living prop for James Turner's presentation.  It is PKN Winnipeg's sole duty in life now to make sure there is at least one dog per event night from this moment forward.  Proceed.  

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Bad News Bear

BY RYAN HARBY
@ VOL 31 ON SEP 14, 2017

A non-sequential comic producer dealing with common themes illustrated by uncommon means. This presentation is a must listen, and the comic a must read. Ryan Harby shares.

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Swing on In

BY CHRISTINE ST. MARTIN
@ VOL 31 ON SEP 14, 2017

Swing dancing is an excellent source of entertainment, exercise, and big smiles.  If you've never seen it live you're probably missing out on an excessive use of jazz hands.  Christine St. Martin explains.

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Tiny But Mighty

BY SILVANA MORAN
@ VOL 31 ON SEP 14, 2017

Yearning for a connection with her heritage, Silvana Moran explores her ancestral routes of El Salvador.  

Justin Ladia
Communications Lead, Graphic Designer and Illustrator, Republic Architecture Inc. in Winnipeg
Silvana Moran
illustrator, self employed in Winnipeg
J.H. Moncrieff
in Winnipeg
James Turner
Journalist, Journalism teacher , Red River College in Winnipeg
Ryan Harby
Writer & Illustrator in Winnipeg
Anna Hunter
Shepherdess in Winnipeg
Natalie Kilimnik
Retail Manager in Winnipeg
Avery Helm
Graphic Designer, Honest Agency in Winnipeg