The New Puritan
video still, Charles Atlas, “Hail the New Puritan”, 1985-86, courtesy of Electronic Arts Intermix, (EAI), New York,

This year’s Wrong Wave, curated by Sydney Hermant, has more performances and more venues than before. Starting with a screening of Charles Atlas’s film Hail the New Puritan at Pacific Cinematheque (Thursday, October 24), the festival includes participatory dance at the Western Front (Friday, October 25), a night of music and installation including orphans and dogs, Mark Szabo, and Yuriko Iga at UNIT/PITT (Saturday, October 26), and performances by Kensington Gore and White Poppy at SFU Woodwards (Sunday, October 27).

Admission prices are already low — $5 for each of the two nights of music, and $11 for the film screening — but the best deal is a festival pass, available in advance for $15.

Indulge in art rock! Purchase your pass at

A full schedule of events is available on our site, here.

Wrong Wave 2013: Revenge of the New Puritan
October 24-27, 2013

Posted by:Kay Higgins

Executive Director of UNIT/PITT from 2010 to 2018. Artist, writer, publisher.

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