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Friday Special Blend

Friday Special Blend
Friday January 7th, 2011 with Susan Johnston
Kicking off 2011

2011 as a year of generosity? Breakfast with Camilla Gibb, and A Fire in My Belly.
Solomon Says
Cat Jahnke - The Stories Are Taking Their Toll Canadian New
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Interview with Lawrence Scanlan - N/A Canadian
Author of A Year of Living Generously; details at: www.dmpibooks.com/author/lawrence-scanlan
Look of Love
Renee Yoxon & Rene Gely - Let's Call it a day Canadian New
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Interview with Camilla Gibb - N/A Canadian
Author of The Beauty of Humanity Movement, details at www.camillagibb.ca
Someday I won't
The Murder Plans - Good Omens Canadian New
Tell a Lie
The Murder Plans - Good Omens Canadian New
Raised All Wrong
Jim Bryson & The Weakerthans - Falcon Lake Incident Canadian New
Metal Girls
Jim Bryson & The Weakerthans - Falcon Lake Incident
Soul on Fire
Terry Gillespie - Big Money
Big Money
Terry Gillespie - Big Money
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Interview with Leane L'Hirondelle and Glenn Crawford - N/A
Gallery 101 Screening/Projection: A Fire In My Belly
Saturday, January 8, 2011
In response to the recent removal of David Wojnorowicz’s film A Fire in My Belly from the Smithsonian’s groundbreaking exhibition “Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture”, Gallery 101 and the Village are joining galleries and institutions around the world to protest the censorship of the film. Wojnarowicz was an important American artist and activist whose art addressed HIV/AIDS, the Gay Community and upholding the rights of artists against the misuse of their work.

Curated by the National Portrait Gallery, a branch of the Smithsonian Institute in Washington D.C., “Hide/Seek: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture” is the first major exhibition of American art by artists in the LGBT community who focus on sexual difference in the making of portraiture. However, controversy began when several religious right groups and organizations objected to an abridged version of the film shown in the exhibition. The gallery pulled the film stating it didn’t want the controversy to overshadow the entire exhibition sparking outrage amongst the arts community. Gallery 101 will be showing the video in its entirety.

A suggested donation of $5 at the door is requested for the AIDS Committee of Ottawa.
Maria
The Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra - The Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra
The Distance
The Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra - The Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra
La Puta Gravacion.
The Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra - The Tequila Mockingbird Orchestra