Artists: Regie Cabico, Lady Vanessa Cardona, Ms.PANIK
Description: In the guts of artists everywhere is a driving force, a question that begs for answer, churning engine of the inquisitive mind. Interrobang?! pays homage to those making their statements known, loud and clear, while asking the complicated, nuanced, and too often unasked questions. American slam legend Regie Cabico, reigning CIPS champion Lady Vanessa Cardona, and Haida loop poet Ms.PANIK fill the room with wonder – all the while offering us a bounty of new lenses, and a generous opportunity to look closer.
Doors 7:00 PM / Start 8:00 PM / The Cultch C-Lab / $18 Adv / $20 Door (or PWYC)
Accessibility information for the Cultch C-Lab
The Culture Lab is a part of the Cultch complex, accessed from the front on Venables St. Accessible free parking is available at the back of the building. Guests must proceed around the building to access from the front.
The front entranceway is paver stones. Inset spotlights shine upward from the ground, and one light projection is angled from overhead to shine onto the pathway. Double outer doors pull to open for a maximum access of 61” / 154.9 cm, push to exit with a pushbar. Typically, one door is kept closed, leaving 33.5” / 85.1 cm clearance. From concrete sill to metal sill there is a .5“ / 1.2 cm bump. The door latch poses a trip hazard on the metal sill.
Upon entry, there is a ramp sloping up to the foyer. Proceeding through the foyer to the right, a second ramp sloping down to the lounge area passes through a wide set of double doors, usually kept open and attended.
Access to the Culture Lab is through a pull-handle door opening to 33” access with a door sill about .5“ / 1 cm, angled. Space between the outer and inner access doors is never less than 33“ / 83.8 cm wide, with carpeted flooring. The inner access door pulls to open with 33” / 83.8 cm free space with a .2” / .5 cm level doorsill.
Washrooms are accessible through the wood-floored cafe space and down a concrete hallway. Elevator access is also in this hallway. The first washroom, marked “Universal Washroom,” is a single stall with access bars. The second washroom, marked “Men – Transgender and Nonbinary Persons Welcome” is accessed by a push door and contains one stall and 3 urinals. The one stall pulls open with a handle. The stall door opens to offer 30.5” / 77.5 cm clearance.
This event is a scent-reduced space. To assist us in our goal of increased access, please be aware of our attempt to reduce the impact of personal scented products (perfumes, scented oils, etc) in our festival spaces.