Trifecta Part 1: MechAnima,
A juried performance event
March 30th, 2012
Through technology life is made simpler, yet at the same time more difficult.
Our struggles with technology often outweigh the benefits (ie. Time spent searching for the remote, in order to avoid getting up to turn on the TV). Technology helps to build community, but at the same time often separates personal relationships.
The CCCP gathered 5 artists to present works inspired by this theme.
The evening included performances by
plus an installation by
Financial Assistance Provided by the Manitoba Arts Council
Cluster New Media and Integrated Arts Festival
A creative collaborative sponsorship
March 8 – 10, 2011
Costuming on No Masque for Good Measure by Miss Lyndsay Ladobruk with assistance by Liz Garlicki.
Festival Technical Support and live visuals for After the Outing provided by jaymez.
Dance is movement, dance is alive
November 25th, 2011
an audience run performance event at Atomic Art Centre
1. youtube party
“generally when two or more (often stoned) people go back and forth, sharing their favorite youtube videos. the video that you chose should be reflective of your good taste. the more obscure the better.
i showed her that one video of X and then she showed me this other crazy one and then
all the sudden we were having a youtube party that lasted all night. ”
Who says the internet is anti-social? We say no! Join us for a youtube party!
“We’re going to have a Youtube Party Tonight, ALRIGHT”
Lizzy La La and her daring YouTube recreations.
DJ Redworm on the Decks!
A special youtube audio performance by البحيرات
KATALOG issue 4: Dialog (the spoken word issue)
3 cheers for art (Nuit Blanche, Winnipeg Art Gallery)
October 1, 2011
What does Sports have that Art doesn’t?
The answer: More Pep
The Central Canadian Center for Performance wants to give Art more Pep.
Nuit Blanchwe will be the stage to gather as many people as possible to give three cheers for art, with a flash mob that will take place at 2 am at the Winnipeg Art Gallery. During the evening there will be a pom-pom making station where participants can create their own pompoms with the CCCP and learn the mass cheer to be performed en-masse later that evening.
KATALOG issue 3: Call To Arms (the shared stage issue)
Collaboration with Adhere and Deny’s Circus of Objects
June 23, 2011
Performances by Miss Lyndsay Ladobruk + Liz Garlicki
Videos by jaymez
Soaking up Donations ( for flood relief )
May 15, 2011
Political performance is a creative and interesting way to create awareness for a cause. As we all know there is a serious problem facing many Manitobans. The flood has destroyed homes and caused homelessness and emotional distress for many families throughout Manitoba. We at The Central Canadian Center for Performance want to use performance to draw attention to this issue by doing a performance and collect donated money from people, which in turn will be donated to the Red Cross for flood relief.
The performance will consist of two performers hurling brightly colored sponge nets into the Assiniboine River, then hauling back the heavy soaked sponges to collect the river water into containers.
The event will be taking place on the North-side bank of the Assiniboine River directly behind the Legislative building on May 15 2011 from Noon until 6pm.
Please help us, The Central Canadian Center for Performance, to promote this event by spreading the word about how to volunteer with the flood relief efforts and how to donate those affected in Manitoba by this year’s flood.
KATALOG issue 2: Babble (the sound issue)
March 26, 2011
Installation / dance piece commissioned by Cluster New Music and Integrated Arts Festival
Featuring Dancer Becky Sawdon with musical accompaniment by Eliot Britton.
March 18th, 2011
International performance event hosted online and at AceArtInc.
In a country as wide and spread out as Canada, covering 9.9 million square kilometers, we at the Central Canadian Center for Performance believe that these distances can’t stop creation and collaboration.
The Central Canadian Center for Performance is calling for performance artist and viewers from across Canada and around the world to join us in an un-jurried international performance festival: Performance Roulette. In this event performers can perform from the comfort of their own home, in front of a webcam in a ChatRoulette style environment. You will become part of a network of other performers and audiences.
Performances by (* indicated performance happened at AceArt in Winnipeg):
Beatriz Albuquerque & David Moscovich – New York
Basil AlZeri – Toronto, Canada
Kolektiv BARBAROGENIJI – Belgrade, Serbia
Cluster New Music and Integrated Arts Festival
Sky Fairchild-Waller – Toronto, Canada
*Liz Garlicki – Winnipeg, Canada
(aka Lizzy La La, aka Nosey Joe)
Rylaan Gimby – Winnipeg, Canada
GeoCorpus – Bogotá, Columbia
Juan Carlos Jaramillo Gracia – México
Nancy Gewölb – Valparaíso, Chile
*Miss Lyndsay Ladobruk – Winnipeg, Canada
*Lazerface – Winnipeg, Canada
Carali McCall – United Kingdom
Anna Jane McIntyre – Montreal, Canada
*DOUG MELNYK – Winnipeg, Canada
*Ian Mozdzen – Winnipeg, Canada
*PAGE SIX FLESH – Winnipeg, Canada
*Rachel M. Schappert – Winnipeg, Canada
Starpilot – Ontario, Canada
KATALOG: Paperless Launch Party
January 21st, 2011
The Central Canadian Center for Performance presents
KATALOG: A LAUNCH PARTY
KATALOG launch party at Raw Gallery, Winnipeg
a paperless performance publication
with performances by
Miss Lyndsay + Dr. Discman
KNAR dj set
Lizzy La La
KATALOG: Issue 1: A Start
Thanks for Participating
September 25th, 2010
With participation, everyone’s a winner!
When Winnipeg was named Culture Capital of Canada, the CCCP decided that we need to give something back to the people that make so much culture possible. We decided to give awards to let them know how important audience participation is to art.
On Nuit Blanch 2010, Miss Lyndsay Ladobruk took to the streets dressed as a Winner and went from person to person at a number of event, handing out participation awards.
With her volunteers David Leckie (camera man) and Kevin Hillier (adoring audience) at her side they put smile across (almost) everyone’s face.
PAST DDC (miss lyndsay + jaymez) events
Before there was the CCCP, there was the DDC, a pair of young winnipeg based artists driven by a desire to shake up the city’s art scene. Together they performed and organized performance events throughout winnipeg. More info is available at DDC4EVER.com. Photos available here
An afternoon of performance in winnipeg’s exchange district
jaymez + Miss Lyndsay Ladobruk
DDC Moving Company
Moving all of Miss Lyndsays belonging across downtown in a caravan of shopping carts
Andre + Jessica
Miss Lyndsay Ladobruk
Performance evening featuring:
Miss. Lyndsay Ladobruk
jaymez feat. The Iron Youth
hosted by Boudicca
Roy Studios – April 11, 2008.
How Low Can You Go?
Lowbrow art exhibit featuring works from the University of Manitoba School of Art students.
Label Art Gallery – Nov. 15 – Dec. 15 2007.