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Issue 2 – We Need Not an Archive, but Songs

For Pleasure Dome’s 30th birthday, Tak Pham presents We Need Not an Archive, but Songs, a selection of three outstanding artworks from past programs that highlight our efforts in engaging and sustaining with the relevant theme of Migration and Displacement. Tak Pham is a Vietnamese contemporary art curator and art critic.

Double-sided Tape, Bo Fan (2018)
Kunįkága Remembers Red Banks, Kunįkága Remembers the Welcome Song, Sky Hopinka (2014)
We Began by Measuring Distance, Basma Alsharif (2012)

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August 2020 with

Pleasure Dome is thrilled to partner with Eternal Family TV ( | sponsoring two experimental shorts by Emily Drummer and Joanie Wind for the month of August 2020.

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This One Weird Trick, Joanie Wind 2019

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NOTICE is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Members of PLEASURE DOME is called for and will be held online on Wednesday, August 26, 2020, 6:30pm via Zoom.

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We are seeking a Treasurer to join our Board of Directors. This volunteer role helps create financially sustainable strategies for the organization.

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Sculpting Cinema

2019, Sculpting Cinema. Editors Melanie Wilmink & Solomon Nagler ISBN 978-0-9682115-7-1 In stock Order online Pleasure Dome is pleased to announce the launch of its newest publication, Sculpting Cinema, Ed. Melanie Wilmink & Solomon Nagler. Sculpting Cinema documents the intersections of sculpture, architecture, performance, installation art, and expanded cinema within contemporary Canadian art. Through seven […]

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