LibLab Bilingue at Tapestry Opera
"Just A Note" (workshop reading) at St-Ambroise Montreal Fringe Festival 2022
POETRY: LCP New Member Reading
SOUND DESIGN for Theatre: LIVE VIRTUAL EXPERIMENTS
MUSIC: "Out of the Coarse Light"
SOUND DESIGN for FILM: "Ritual-Spective 迴融 0.2"
MUSIC for Dance: "Summer Swish"
"holding waterways" at St-Ambroise Montreal Fringe Festival 2021
MUSICAL THEATRE: "Inconvenient Dragons" at CMTWC Showcase
POETRY: Poetry reading at April Dreaming - Arts Series with Jerry Weinstein & Sharon Lax
April 15, 2021 - 5PM EST
Facebook Event page
In Christine's Words: I'll be sharing my poems "I quit my job" and "Feeling out of control".
Event Information: Hosted by Sharon Lax and Jerry Weinstein, this event will feature the following artists:
Louise Dessertine, musician
Martha Tremblay-Vilao, poet
Cora Siré, novelist & poet
David Meadow, musician
Christine Lee, poet
Su J. Sokol, novelist
Suha Kudsieh, poet
POETRY: "a safe place // light moonwalk" at YES Montreal Connecting Creative Youth Through The Arts
March 1st to 30th, 2021
Virtual Poetry Exhibition
Connecting Creative Youth Through The Arts
Curated by YES Employment + Entrepreneurship
"a safe place // light moonwalk" (2019)
The Connecting Creative Youth Virtual Gallery showcases original works by 26 talented emerging artists from across Quebec. The gallery has been designed to increase visibility for local artists, and be a place where all visitors can find something to enjoy. To view an artist’s work, click on any image, read their bio, and visit their website through the link at the top; we also recommend you enter the "Guided Tour" for a smooth viewing experience.
A project by YES Employment + Entrepreneurship, With support from the Government of Canada
THEATRE: Fempocalypse - Presented by the Young Innovators at Nightwood Theatre
March 8th to 13th, 2021
Fempocalypse: Facebook Event page
In Christine's words: Hi! I'm proud to be presenting Fempocalypse with my fellow Young Innovators!
Event Information: Fempocalypse is an annual fundraiser produced by the folks in Nightwood Theatre's Young Innovators Program in honour of International Women's Day. All proceeds generated from this event will benefit Anduhyaun Inc., the oldest Indigenous women’s shelter in Canada and a transitional housing facility for women and children fleeing violence. Anduhyaun Inc. is a not-for-profit, charitable agency founded to respond to the needs of Toronto's Indigenous women. It was first established in 1973 as a hostel. Over the last four decades, Anduhyaun Inc. has expanded to create culturally-inclusive, safe spaces for women and their children at various stages of life.
This year the Fempocalypse fundraiser will be comprised of an online silent auction, an online gallery, and a live, virtual cabaret. Please consider your pay-what-you-can donation on this page to be your 'ticket' to our gallery and live show, and we encourage you to check out all of our donated items and services in our silent auction at https://www.32auctions.com/fempocalypse2021 or donate directly here: https://www.canadahelps.org/en/pages/fempocalypse-2021-coping-and-hoping/
POETRY: Poetry reading at Sharon Lax's Shattered Fossils Book Launch
February 28, 2021 - 5PM EST
Facebook Event page
In Christine's Words: I'll be sharing my poem "The Music Faculty of University of Montreal"!
Event Information: Hosted by Su J Sokol, author of Cycling to Asylum, Run J Run and Zee, this is the launch of Shattered Fossils by Sharon Lax, published by Guernica Editions. A conversation and Q&A with Su and with all in attendance followed by an Open Mic.
MUSIC: LEVEL UP Symposium - LIVE DESIGN EXPERIMENT #3
February 3, 2021 - 2PM EST
Level Up Symposium by the Associated Designers of Canada
Watch the archived performance on the ADC website
In Christine's Words: So excited to be a part of this live design project alongside these amazing and talented team! I'll be creating the soundscape and performing live piano for this project!
Event Information: Artists Christine ML Lee, Hugh Conacher, Kimira Reddy, and Sammy Chien have been given prompts and the mandate to experiment with digital forms of creation over the course of several weeks. Beginning with a presentation of the results of this digital experimentation, this event will then transition to a Q&A with the artists involved. After the Q&A the floor will be fully opened up to a round table discussion where participants can react to what they've just seen. We don't know yet what the final product of these experiments will be but we're excited to see how these artists will embrace the digital and find new, and interesting methods of creation.