Not Enough Fest Edmonton

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It’s HERE!

On Feb 28, Not Enough Fest will feature all-new women, queer, trans, and non-binary bands at McKernan Hall (11341 78 Avenue).

The line-up will feature 10 brand new bands – details and set times to come! Doors at 6, bands at 7.

McKernan is an all-ages venue – admission will be by donation ($5 + sliding scale) – no one turned away.

We are actively working to make this fest a safer space for everyone – venue is accessible for wheelchairs and mobility devices. Accessibility details to come.

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Not Enough Fest Indiegogo Campaign

Great news! Last night, Not Enough Fest launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise funds for our final festival event on February 28, 2015, as well as for some costs leading up to the event. Within four hours, we were able to meet our goal!

Thank you so much to everyone who donated or spread the word. We promise that every cent will be worth it in smiles, music, & power! We are so overwhelmed with support from our community right now. Thank you all!

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Stay tuned for upcoming information about the festival in February!

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Sound art workshop with Raylene Campbell

Join NEF at BlackBox Studios on January 11 for a sound/noise workshop led by Raylene Campbell!!!!

About Raylene:
Raylene is an accordionist, improviser, composer, performance artist, audio/video artist, sound designer, and Deep Listening instructor. The focus of Raylene’s creative process involves explorations of acoustic ecology, psychogeography, architecture (acoustic and social spaces), computer interactive technology, and audience interactivity in both performance and installation environments. Raylene often collaborates with other musicians, composers, performers, and artists of multitudinous disciplines.

About the workshop:
The workshop will provide a basic understanding of noise/sound. Noise can be used as a tool for composition and it can be used as a “crutch” for dealing with performance anxiety. Raylene will get to know each performer or band and provide feedback (pun intended) about how they can incorporate noise into their performance/composition in a way that is easy and low tech.

How to sign up:
Space for this workshop is very limited, so we ask that if you plan on attending, you RSVP to:

Attendees will need to come prepared with a song or short performance, so that Raylene can observe and offer advice. Think of it as an opportunity to practice performing in front of a (small) audience of your peers!