205 - 8 Avenue SE
Calgary, Alberta

Attack #13

NOTE: There are 3 "events" to this performance. The details are below, but here is a summary of times and places
1. EPCOR Centre January 18th-20th, 10am to 10pm.
2. Broken City. January 18th, 5pm to 7pm
3. Engineered Air Theatre at the EPCOR Centre. January 19th, 5pm to 7pm.

An ongoing in situ intervention – free!
At the EPCOR Centre for Performing Arts, Calgary AB

Join us with others in your community to mobilize throughout Calgary’s downtown core and take part in a performance intervention designed to help us articulate the big questions about oil, war, terrorism, the economy, consumerism and the environment. Meet the artists daily from 10am to 10pm and take action with Attack # 13, the citizen’s statements of offence. Attack is a performative installation has been toured to Montreal, Quebec City, Toronto and Ottawa, and now comes to the epicentre of the oil industry: Calgary. The installation will be situated on 8th Avenue S.E. outside the EPCOR Centre while the interactive discussion-based elements of the event will take place at Broken City and the Engineered Air Theatre.

Take Action with ATSA!
Broken City
613 11th Ave SW
January 18th, 5 to 7pm.

ATSA invites you to take the role of the authority with the distribution of the citizen’s statements
of offence. An art and activist action!

Lecture and Screening
Engineered Air Theatre
Corner of Macleod Tr and 9 Ave SE
January 19th, 5pm until 7pm.

Excerpt of the film The refugees of the blue planet, by Hélène Choquette and Jean-Philippe Duval.

Let’s think and talk with Chris Severson Baker from the Pembina Institute and ATSA.

ATSA is an organization founded in 1997 in Montreal by artists Pierre Allard and Annie Roy to create so-called urban interventions: installations, performances and realistic stagings bearing witness to the various social and environmental aberrations which preoccupy the two artists. Their works investigate and transform the urban landscape and restore the citizen’s place in the public realm, depicting it as a political space open to discussion and societal debates. ATSA promotes an open, active and responsible vision of artists as citizens contributing to the sustainable development of their society.

Invitation: http://www.atsa.qc.ca/ressources/fichiers/attentats/ATSA_invitation_HPR.pdf

Annie Roy, cofounder of ATSA
cell. 514-581-5457
www.atsa.qc.ca • info@atsa.qc.ca

Carolyn Luhning
High Performance Rodeo Publicist • 403-619-3936
cluhning@oyr.org • www.oyr.org

Official Website: http://www.atsa.qc.ca/pages/accueil.asp

Added by ItzaFineDay on January 16, 2007