Please peruse the biographies of the talented filmmakers who contributed to this year’s TrixXxieFest Short Film and Video Festival. The event was a raging success and this would not have been possible without the amazing gifts of these artists: Guadalupe Yepes (Argentina) – Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She currently works as an actress, also

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3svGhypBaI4] This is a wonderful short documentary on the first Rock School for Girls – created and presented in St. John’s in 2003 by Cherie Pyne, Liz Solo (Liz Pickguard) and Rhiannon Thomas with support from The Independent Artists Cooperative. The Black Bag Media Collective hold all the archives for the Independent Artists Cooperative

WENDI SMALLWOOD – Actor/writer/director/bookkeeper Wendi is happiest when bringing her characters to life or scrambling to get a production up and running. Since moving to st. John’s from Toronto Wendi  has performed with many local theatre companies: God Complex Theatre, Joint Productions, Corner Boys, Nothing On Productions, Shakespeare by the Sea (SBTS), Open Theatre Company,

For Tickets – Call The Hall – 754-4531   www.rca.nf.ca Friday June 24th • 7:00 PM • Cox & Palmer Second Space, LSPU Hall • $10 Screening World Premiere • the machine • Liz Solo • Newfoundland and Labrador • 30:00 In a ruined city where art has been outlawed, a lone hacker (Liz Solo) attempts

Our panel has just finished choosing the finalists for TrixXxieFest 2016 and are sending notifications out now. It was a challenging process – we were so impressed by how many amazing pieces were sent to us! We even booked an extra screening to create a space for more work. Details on the films and performances,

TrixXxieFest is a semi-annual pop-up Festival highlighting women in media and performance. Founded in 2014 by the punk rock band TrixXxie, TrixXxieFest is a weekend-long celebration of women kicking ass in the arts. This year’s festival takes place June 24 – 25, 2016 at The Cox and Palmer Space at the LSPU Hall in downtown

The follow slideshow documents Liz Solo’s most recent performance of “Virtually Yours” from the series of works lifted from her novel in progress “other life” – produced by Roles 4 Women. This performance took place at Artscape, Gibraltar Point on Toronto Island on April 20, 2016 as part of an annual Open Studio event. Directed

Roles 4 Women are pleased to announce the next performance from Liz Solo’s “other life” project. “Virtually Yours” is a chapter from Liz Solo’s upcoming dystopian science fiction novel “other life”. The performance was created with the expertise of New York based director and dramaturge Bibbe Hansen. An Open Studio performance of “Virtually Yours” will