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Social Intercourse: November 1, 2022

Check out these early November events for some ideas on your post-Halloween plans.

In our biweekly column Social Intercourse, we share our picks for notable things happening on campus and in Edmonton. Check out all these amazing local events!

What: Burnout, Anger & the Disciplining of Affect in COVID-19: A Multimodal Feminist Analysis

When: November 2, 3:30-5:00 p.m.
Where: Tory 12-15 and Online via Zoom
Admission: Free

This talk reconsiders anger and betrayal coming from burnout through the lens of feminist affect theory. This talk is presented by Suze Berkhout, an assistant professor in the department of psychiatry at the University of Toronto.

What: Rainbow Visions Film Festival

When: November 3-6
Where: Garneau Theatre
Admission: $39.95 for a 4 pack pass, eligible for any screening

A wide collection of 2SLGBTQ+ films will be shown in this annual Edmonton film festival. Rainbow Visions starts with Takin’ It Outta Town: Successful Local Project Pitch Stories, where experienced filmmakers shares their process of promoting Edmonton stories outside Edmonton.

What: Rocky Mountain Wine and Food Festival

When: November 5, 12:00-4:00 p.m.
Where: Edmonton Convention Centre
Admission: Tickets start at $27.28

Rocky Mountain Wine and Food Festival is celebrating 25 years of sharing savoury and sweet food as well as wine, spirits and beer from around the world. This festival also features chefs from local restaurants to pair your drinks with their food.

What: The Citadel’s Almost A Full Moon

When: November 5-27
Where: The Citadel Theatre
Admission: Tickets start at $33.15

Hawksley Workman’s Christmas album of the same name inspires three stories that pertain to Christmas, love, and family. This holiday musical is made by Charlotte Corbeil-Coleman, a Dora Mavor Moore Award winner, and directed by Daryl Cloran, the Citadel’s current artistic director.

What: Masterclass with U of A’s Writer-in-Residence Bänoo Zan

When: November 7, 7:00-8:20 p.m.
Where: Online via Zoom
Admission: Free

Canadian Literature Centre and the Writers’ Guild of Alberta welcomes writers of all genres and experience levels to attend a virtual masterclass from Bänoo Zan. Zan, this U of A’s Writer-in-Residence for the year, specializes in poetry, as shown in her open mic series Shab-e She’r (Poetry Night) and poetry books Songs of Exile and Letters to My Father.

Arthur Macatangay

Arthur Macatangay is the 2022-23 Managing Editor for The Gateway. He is a fourth year science student in the specialization in immunology and infection program. If you don’t see him looking at memes on Instagram and TikTok, he’s either drawing digitally, trying out new songs on the piano, or hanging out with his dog.

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