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WOMXN UP - Fundraising Release Party
6:00 PM on Friday Aug. 9th
Rebel, #201-377 Dalhousie St.

The debut single and music video release of Toronto-born, Ottawa-grown female rap artist HTEBASIŁÉ (pronounced hitabaseelay)!

Join the all women collective that made this whole project possible, in a night of fundraising, entertainment, networking and delicious desserts and drinks!

A zine with profiles of all the women who contributed to this project is included in the purchase of your ticket.
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Schedule:
6-7pm - Free Friends and Family Video Release Party (registration required)
7-9pm - For $20, I will be hosting an extended event program to celebrate and fundraise for the creative social enterprise I’m launching that correlates with the Womxn Up project. (More details to come)
[One ticket per event program (6-7pm) or (7-9pm)]

Dress code: Business/business casual - pink is highly encouraged!
Venue is fully accessible.

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In partnership with Girls+ Rock Ottawa BabyPink CreatorlandWingd and Full Femme

Sponsorships
Rebel
Little Jo Berry's

Artwork by Hasina Kamanzi

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About the project:
Womxn Up is the debut creative project released from the Freedx Collective, a social enterprise created to show appreciation and acknowledgment of the community of women creatives in Ottawa. Several women-led organizations including Girls Rock Ottawa, BabyPink Collective, Creatorland and Full Femme have partnered with Freedx's founder and rap artist Liz Clarke a.k.a HTEBASIŁÉ (pronounced hitabaseelay) to produce and release her debut single and music video. As a woman rapper entering music, HTEBASIŁÉ has recognized how male-dominated the creative industry is and how many barriers underrepresented women face. For this project, Liz collaborated with more than 10+ women to record and engineer the song, shoot and edit the music video, coordinate the event and contribute to the social enterprise. This team of women will be hosting a fundraising event to reinvest back into the community of women creatives powering this city and to further develop the social enterprise.