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25 – 26 Aug 2018

This summer, Eyelevel is partnering with The Magic Project to bring to life "MAGICFEST: Music and Activism", a music and arts festival which will take place the weekend of August 25-26, 2018. 

Organizers Kate MacDonald and Emma Paulson aim to bring marginalized communities to the forefront of popular culture and discussion using art and photography. The vision for MAGICFEST is to highlight local talent while also prioritizing marginalized communities and voices. Halifax's brilliance and creativity will be highlighted with local talent. MAGICFEST will feature musical performances, a maker's market and artist showcase.

Yohan Black (https://soundcloud.com/theyohanblack)
Aquakultre (https://soundcloud.com/aquakultre)
Kxng Wooz (https://soundcloud.com/kxngwooz
Ghettosocks (https://music.ghettosocks.com/)
Andre Fenton
+many more!!!

Stay tuned for the full line up and details, coming soon!


Weekend pass (19+) available on Eventbrite or at the door for $15
Weekend pass (under 19) available at the door
PWYC (pay what you can) available at the door

To register for the maker's market and show case, click here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1nQ5yMl1rMGNVLqlo8xKlvHIH4yQICvNcXgWkN3QZmd8/viewform?ts=5b607e72&edit_requested=true

To volunteer, email Brandon Hollohan at coordinator@eyelevel.art




Access Notes:

Eyelevel is located at 100-5663 Cornwallis Street in the North end of Halifax NS, which is on K’jipuktuk, unceded and unsurrendered Mi’kmaq territory. Eyelevel strives to accommodate the needs of our visitors as best as possible, mitigating the barriers to access. In order to send an inquiry of our facilities or feedback about your experience, please contact Eyelevel director, Julia McMillan at director@eyelevel.art or by phone at (902)425-6412. 

No doors on Eyelevel’s premises are automatic. To enter our space, use the entrance located on the right side of the parking lot. There are 3 steps leading up to our main entrance. Eyelevel’s space is a single level, with multiple rooms.

Two all-gender, private bathrooms are located through a door, a flight of stairs, another door, and down the hall. A second set of all-gender private bathrooms are located on ground level through a separate building entrance in the corner of the parking lot. There is a level change leading to this entrance. There is another doorway before reaching the bathrooms. These bathrooms are more accessible than the upstairs bathrooms, as they are easier to maneuver and have handle bars. Still, the doorways only have a 29” clearance and the sink, paper towel, and soap are hard to reach from seated position. There is a sharps container in one of the floor-level bathrooms for the disposal of syringes. 

Unless advertised otherwise, Eyelevel’s programming and events are in English only. Sign language, transcriptions, braille, and written translation is not currently a regular part of Eyelevel’s programming. If you require language services in order to access our programming, please reach out, and Eyelevel will work to accommodate these needs. 

Eyelevel wants to ensure our visitors and members feel safe, welcome, and comfortable in our spaces and at our events. We do not tolerate discrimination or harassment of any kind. If you require immediate assistance, please call or text Eyelevel’s direct line at 902-425-6412. If you would like to contact Eyelevel’s Human Resource committee with a confidential complaint, please email our HR representative, Julie Hollenbach at jhollenbach@nscad.com.

For more details about access at Eyelevel please click here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1lXZZbAxiqCtPKO4onpNp5yEF28BjMipB_0tg0JaDsWk/edit?usp=sharing