SummerWorks 2011

I swore I’d be constantly blogging during SummerWorks, but as it turns out… there was no time. Who knew that working full time while doing a festival would keep one so damn busy? Now, on the last day of August, I can look back at the first half of the month and think… holy crow, was that really THIS month?! It already feels a world away.

What a lucky lady I was to have been involved in SummerWorks. I spent 10 days seeing fantastic music, theater and dance, making new friends, and eating more than my share of Lakeview burgers. I’m tremendously grateful to all the bands who came and played and everyone at the festival who took a chance and brought me on board. Great summer.

Highlights of OPP (other people’s photos)

The Elwins

Photo by SummerWorks

Patti Cake

Photo by SummerWorks

Modern Superstition

Photo By SummerWorks

Light Fires

Photo By SummerWorks

Choir! Choir! Choir!

Photo by SummerWorks

Photo by CBC Radio 3

Photo by CBC Radio 3

Steven McKay

Photo by CBC Radio 3

Hooded Fang

Photo by CBC Radio 3

Photo by CBC Radio 3

Lioness

Photo by SummerWorks

Bonjay

Photo by SummerWorks

House League

Photo by Jason Gordon

Great Bloomers

photo by SummerWorks

Jennifer Castle

Photo by Frank Yang

Bruce Peninsula

Photo by Frank Yang

Photo by Jason Gordon

Ruby Coast

Miracle Fortress

Photo by Jason Gordon

Photo by Jason Gordon

Powers

Green Go

Photo By Jason Gordon

Betty Burke

Photo By SummerWorks

Graham Wright

Photo by SummerWorks

Donlands & Mortimer

Photo by SummerWorks

Louise Burns

Photo by SummerWorks

Whale Tooth

Photo by SummerWorks
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