Brave New Words event

Tuesday, November 17, 2009 - 00:00 to 02:00

Brave New Words is a non-profit artists network dedicated to giving established and emerging artists' opportunities to showcase new work. We have already done over 20 shows with 20 differenct musical guests and have featured over 17 different emerging graphic designers. Every month Brave New Words hosts an event at Baked Cafe where featured musicians and writers exhibit their work. Also, there is an open microphone for members of the audience/community to come up and share their poetry, stories & songs. Brave New Words believes in a non-judgemental and welcoming atmosphere. This attitude encourages first-time presenting artists to share.

An HUGE thanks to our local sponsors this month: MAP Communications, SOMA bodyworks and UNITECH.

Baked Cafe
108-100 Main St. Across from the Edgewater hotel in the Horwoods mall.
Whitehorse , YT
Canada
60° 43' 12.2556" N, 135° 3' 1.0908" W
Yukon CA
Caitlin & Jodi

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