Monday Media Mutiny Event No. 2!

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It’s time for WAM! Vancouver’s second installment of MONDAY MEDIA MUTINY.

Location: The Grind Cafe 4124 Main Street

Time: 7-9 pm

This month, get ready for more creative culture-jamming with DIY bookmarks and postcards that can be discreetly slipped inside magazines and other publications featuring sexist and misogynistic content. Their purpose is to challenge rampant objectification of women and to provoke conscious thought in fellow consumers, particularly in young people, who are especially vulnerable to manipulative messages and imagery in the media.

Postcard/bookmark messages can be critical, inspiring, sarcastic, encouraging, eye-opening, funny, or all of the above and more! Quotes or statistics can be included, or you can just write your thoughts on the subject in your own words.

We will provide all the necessary supplies for making postcards and bookmarks – blank cardstock, black and multicolored permanent markers, scissors, etc. You are welcome to bring your own art supplies in addition if you’d like.

Monday Media Mutiny is a once-monthly feminist event organized by Women, Action, & the Media (WAM!) Vancouver, in which interested folks meet to perform a quick action that fights back against sexist representations of women in the media. At the present time, these events take place on the third Monday of each month at 7pm.

Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/136303443203964/



WAM!Van Holiday Social

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Sat., December 22

4:00pm-6:00 pm

Rhizome Cafe

317 E Broadway, Vancouver

Join WAM!Van to meet other media makers and media shakers as we discuss ways to support each others’ work!

New members and non-members most welcome. FREE.

Conference venue and date announced!

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WAM! Vancouver’s second annual conference is now scheduled for Saturday, March 31 at The Center for Peace.

The theme of this year’s conference: UPRISING.

In this conference, we will examine the media’s coverage of various important “uprisings” that have taken place in the past year – SlutWalk, the Arab Spring, Occupy Wall Street, and others – and discuss how the media helps to shape popular perception and opinion of revolutionary movements such as these.

To reserve your spot and to receive conference updates, please fill out the registration form here. Email us at wamvancouver@gmail.com if you have any questions.

Time: 10 am-4 pm

Venue: The Center for Peace

1825 West 16th Avenue (at Burrard)

Directly on the #33 bus line, a few blocks from the #16 and #9 buses. Wheelchair accessible. Please see our accessibility statement for details. Please let us know if you have any concerns or special requests.

Admission is by donation.

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