Presenting Pixel Virtual Festival - July 8 + 9, 2021


Bass Coast is pleased to present: Pixel Virtual Festival on July 8 + 9, 2021.

Free to attend, Pixel Virtual Festival will feature innovative DJ sets, movement & dance workshops,

and a panel discussion on Arts & Mental Health.

Stay locked for after parties each night hosted by Blondtron & Smalltown DJs.

Captions are provided throughout the event. (Captions have been generated by a human and are 98% accurate)


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Watch Blondtron on Thursday here: blondtron.live

Watch Smalltown DJs on Friday here: twitch.tv/smalltowndjs

 

Pixel Virtual Festival produced by: 

https://www.basscoast.ca 

https://www.instagram.com/basscoastfest 

 

Twitch feed run by:

SNAKES AND LADDERS

Instagram  /  Spotify  /  Website

 

Pixel Virtual Festival is presented with support from SoundON, Creative BC, and the Province of British Columbia.

"Sound ON brings together BC’s live music community showing our resilience, and celebrating the power of music."

 

"Supporting the recovery and growth of B.C.’s music industry."

 

PIXEL 2021 WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS 

 

Bass Flow Yoga with Loretta Laurin

Get your energy moving with a delicious, full-body dynamic movement practice. Enjoy bassy flowing sequences with inspiration from Vinyasa Yoga, topped off with easeful stretching. Get sweaty, find your power, release what you need to, and reconnect to your breath, body, and community. Suitable for most levels from beginner to advanced. Original Mix by Jason Jōb https://soundcloud.com/jasonjob/heavy-reign and Handpan music at the end by David Yates

 

The Intersection of Art and Mental Health

During last year’s Pixel Festival, in the early days of the pandemic, Bass Coast Harm Reduction managers Staysee Marie and Farrah shared creative, practical ideas and tips to support mental health. In 2021 Staysee Marie invites members of the Bass Coast community to reflect on the links between art, mental health and culture. Can art support mental health and culture change? How can the arts industry care for its workers? Join Cindy Jiang, Crystal Precious and Handsome Tiger for this rich and hopeful discussion. 

 

Find your personal groove with Andrew Haydock

Andrew Haydock starts class by bringing awareness and identification to one’s body before discovering your favourite moves. This class is simply an offering of ideas to help find new ways of movement and dance. This is an open level workshop, no dance background is needed. If you feel inclined to get dressed up, have something to hydrate yourself with, and get ready to have fun by moving your body.

“Thank you to Carley and Kiki for grooving with me. Shout out to Public Disco for the backdrop, media team, set team, and Defy Gravity dance studio.”

 

Campfire Cooking with the Bass Coast girls

The Bass Coast girls (Andrea, Liz and Anna) are back with their 2nd annual cooking show. They will show you how to make some campfire classics. Set on the beautiful Squamish River.

 

FILMING LOCATION INFO

Some Pixel Virtual Festival sets were filmed at Britannia Mine Museum on the unceded, ancestral territory of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish) people.  We thank the Museum staff for their warm welcome, professionalism and accommodating our team to film in their facility during a pandemic.

Resource extraction and exploration impact human rights and environmental rights, and disproportionately affect Indigenous people worldwide. 

During its operation from 1904 - 1974, Brittania Mine negatively affected The Howe Sound and the Indigenous people of Squamish. After years of remediation, the salmon and other species have started to return. 

As a part of our shared commitment to reconciliation and learning, we encourage you to learn with us. 

To learn more about resource extraction and the area please visit: 

https://www.theweathernetwork.com/ca/news/article/canadas-once-largest-copper-mine-devastated-howe-sound-heres-how-it-was-fixed

https://miningwatch.ca/about

https://www.britanniaminemuseum.ca/pages/environment 

 

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