2017 Dawson City Film Festival Film Fest program - Page 9

Cosmic Histories DAVID TOMAS, RUM AND COCA COLA, 17:00, 1992 In Rum and Coca Cola, David Tomas explores connections between military technologies deployed by the Canadian Army at Oka and stereotypes developed by post-World War II “American Imaginary Culture” relating to the lifestyle, media, and landscape to be experienced by white middle-class, middle-aged, post-1950's space age connoisseurs. Kate Armstrong is a Vancouver-based writer, artist and independent curator. She has over 15 years experience in the culture sector with a specific focus on intersections between art and technology. The program curator, Kate Armstrong, will be in attendance to give a short talk on the exhibition during the reception. This event is followed by the Dawson City International Short Film Festival screenings @ KIAC from 7pm onwards. Join us! Opening Reception @ the ODD Gallery (2nd & Princess) Friday, April 14th @ 4pm – 6pm Gallery Exhibition Hours: April 15th 11am-5pm & April 16th 11am-4pm Festival Producer: Nicole Rayburn Assistant Producers: Dan Sokolowski & Veronica Verkley This event made possible with the generous support of The Canada Council for the Arts, Dawson City International Short Film Festival, ODD Gallery, Klondike Institute of Art & Culture, & Yukon School of Visual Arts. For more information, please visit: https://coldcutsvideofestival. wordpress.com/ For more information on the ODD Gallery, please visit: http://www. kiac.ca/oddgallery/ FREE EVENT 9