1. Amigos Cantina

    Waitress

  2. Amigos Cantina

    The Avulsions

  3. Amigos Cantina

    Suuns

  4. Amigos Cantina

    Surf Dads

  5. Amigos Cantina

    Shotgun Jimmie

  6. Amigos Cantina

    THE STEVES

  7. Amigos Cantina

    The Garrys

  8. Amigos Cantina

    Astral Gunk

  9. Amigos Cantina

    Duchess Says

  10. Amigos Cantina

    Homo Monstrous

  11. Amigos Cantina

    Man Meat

  12. Amigos Cantina

    Tunic

  13. Amigos Cantina

    HSY

  14. Amigos Cantina

    The Seahags

  15. Amigos Cantina

    Partner

  16. Amigos Cantina

    SWMRS

  17. Buds on Broadway

    The Buzzardline

  18. Buds on Broadway

    Johnny 2 Fingers & the Deformities

  19. Buds on Broadway

    The Pack AD

  20. Free Stage

    The Karpinka Brothers

  21. Free Stage

    Shirley & The Pyramids

  22. Free Stage

    twin voices

  23. Free Stage

    Human Music

  24. Free Stage

    Shotgun Jimmie

  25. Free Stage

    Slow Down Molasses

  26. Free Stage

    Young Benjamins

  27. Free Stage

    Partner

  28. Green Amp Busking Stage

    Geoff Smith

  29. Green Amp Busking Stage

    Willie Thrasher & Linda Saddleback

  30. Green Amp Busking Stage

    The Burning Hell

  31. Louis Loft

    3 Ninjasks

  32. The Broadway Theatre

    Close Talker

    w/ Ghosthouse

  33. The Broadway Theatre

    Besnard Lakes

    w/ Ghosthouse

  34. The Broadway Theatre

    Buffy Sainte-Marie

  35. The Refinery

    Jenny Berkel

  36. The Refinery

    Willie Thrasher & Linda Saddleback

  37. The Refinery

    respectfulchild

  38. The Refinery

    Minor Matter

  39. The Refinery

    The Burning Hell

  40. The Refinery

    ANAMAI

  41. The Refinery

    Willie Thrasher & Linda Saddleback

  42. The Refinery

    Ride Til Dawn

  43. Vangelis Tavern

    Extroverts

  44. Vangelis Tavern

    BellaDonnas and the temps

  45. Vangelis Tavern

    Soul Mates

  46. Vangelis Tavern

    Deathsticks

  47. Vangelis Tavern

    Me The Guts

  48. Vangelis Tavern

    Orphan Mothers

  49. Vangelis Tavern

    Lido Pimienta

  50. Vangelis Tavern

    Hattie

  51. Vangelis Tavern

    Technical Kidman

  52. Vangelis Tavern

    DGS Samurai Champs

  53. Vangelis Tavern

    Drezus

  54. Vangelis Tavern

    Parab Poet & the Hip Hop Hippies

  55. Vangelis Tavern

  56. Louis Loft

    MoSo Kick-Off Party: Presented by Noodlecake

  57. The Hose and Hydrant

    MoSo Friday Funday Happy Hour: Presented by Wilson Centre & SYPE Saskatoon

  58. Saskatchewan Craft Council

    Stop Motion Animation Workshop

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    Presented by Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange: This free Stop Motion Animation Workshop will give participants a chance at creating their very own short film! Use props and images provided by workshop artists Ian Campbell (digital media artist) and Rowan Pantel (puppeteer from the Prairie Puppet Underground). Drop-in format. Subject to capacity.
  59. The Broadway Theatre

    MoSo Opening

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    Registration
  60. The Broadway Theatre

    Jump the Fence: The Power of Counterintuitive Thinking

    Terry O'Reilly (CBC Under the Influence)

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    There are many reasons why companies and businesses only make incremental gains. But the biggest reason is this: Most marketers think within the confines of their category. Their thinking is stuck in a narrow swim lane. But those boundaries are artificial. Join Terry O’Reilly as he explores the lucrative world of counterintuitive thinking. Because when you push the guardrails back, great things can happen.
  61. The Broadway Theatre

    Storytelling for Social Change

    Lisa Charleyboy (Urban Native Magazine)

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    Storytelling often conjures up images of camp fires, circle time, and children’s bedtime books – but can you also use storytelling to positively impact and change the world around you? In this presentation, Lisa Charleyboy shares her story of how Urban Native Girl became the little blog that could. Discover the power of multi-media storytelling to connect, create communities, and harness collaboration for meaningful social change.
  62. The Broadway Theatre

    Art in Virtual Reality

    Dioselin Gonzalez (Unity Labs)

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    What kind of creative expressions are and will be possible in VR? By presenting some of the projects on which I have been involved and discussing possibilities for the near and long term future, I want attendees to come out inspired with their own answers to this question. I will talk about my participation in a live real time distributed surrealistic cinema experience with performers in six different states, a recent immersive storytelling framework we developed at DreamWorks Animation as well as what some artists are currently exploring in VR.
  63. The Broadway Theatre

    The Next Canada

    Jesse Brown (Canadaland)

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    What does the future hold for this country? Are Canada’s institutions and economy at odds with rapid technological change? Are we keeping up? From business to government to education, disruption is coming. Jesse Brown draws on his experiences in technology and media to present this fast-paced and thought-provoking keynote about the exciting and challenging shifts ahead, and how to stay on top of them.
  64. The Broadway Theatre

    A Case for Staying Uncomfortable in Your Art

    Saadia Muzaffar (TechGirls Canada)

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    The candid story of why most Very Important Things we need are simpler than we think and harder than we are told, why asking the right questions is more critical than having the right answers, and why Malcolm Gladwell's romantic notion of 10,000-hours-of-mastery theory isn't the right answer for so many of us. This is an exploration of the importance of showing up for your art - and the stumbles, triumphs and milestones that helped Saadia reclaim her voice, her work, and her life. Supported by Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan.
  65. The Broadway Theatre

    Fostering Online Communities on a Multi-Platform Level

    Sam Sheffer (Mashable)

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    It seems like every six months a new social platform pops up onto the scene and takes the internet by storm. How do you know if it's worth joining? How do you build an audience there? What kind of community engagement should you try and foster? How do you create a positive environment for communities go grow?
  66. The Broadway Theatre

    Creative Play

    Jessica Walsh (Sagmeister & Walsh)

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    Creative play is essentially a mindset where you allow yourself to experiment, fail, take risks, and make discoveries. Jessica will speak about the value of play as a tool for creativity and innovation. Play was crucial to her own development as a designer, and she will share how it influenced her career path and how it's a part of her process. We all know the best games have a strict set of rules, and Jessica thinks the same goes for creative work - rules and limitations help creativity thrive; it’s difficult to do something great when the possibilities are endless. Through recent work at Sagmeister & Walsh, Jessica will show how she creates her own rules which help guide solutions, and when they can (and should) be broken.
  67. Emmanuel Anglican Church

    Technology Evolution for New Mosaic Stadium

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    Presented by Saskatchewan Roughriders: Learn how the Roughriders and partners are approaching the huge opportunity to outfit a modern stadium with technology that will make New Mosaic Stadium one of the best outdoor entertainment facilities in Canada. This session will give an overview of the infrastructure being installed and the planning that goes into introducing new experiences and features to one of the most boisterous fan base in Canada.
  68. Emmanuel Anglican Church

    Art and Community Development

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    Presented by m.pet productions, SCYAP and Station 20: This panel will feature members of Saskatoon's thriving arts and culture community speaking on the important role that visual art and artistic expression play in building community. It will be an interactive opportunity for Saskatoon community members to get a first hand look at some of the creative projects that have been used as an effective way to engage our community, support at-risk youth,and encourage communities to come together in solidarity and boundless support.
  69. Wallstreet Common

    Jessica Walsh Workshop: Play By Your Own Rules

    Jessica Walsh (Sagmeister & Walsh)

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    Presented by GDC, Creative Fire, and Fancy: In this workshop, Jessica will discuss the power of making your own rules and constraints in creative work to help guide you to formal and conceptual solutions. When there are no rules or limitations on a project, it's easy to be overwhelmed by endless possibilities and harder to focus on coming up with great ideas and visual solutions. In their work at Sagmeister & Walsh, when the team receives a very open creative brief, they often make up their own constraints. They also embrace the constraints given to them (budget, time, color pallets, etc.) as interesting challenges to be worked with. Note: This is a separately ticketed event.
  70. Refinery Gallery

    Taking the Plunge into Entrepreneurship: How to Spark your Imagination and Creativity

    Saadia Muzaffar (TechGirls Canada)

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    Presented by Womens Entreprenuers of Saskatchewan: Taking the Plunge into Entrepreneurship: How to Spark your imagination and creativity in ways that lead to innovation and entrepreneurship. What do you get when you combine creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship? Join Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan Inc. at MoSo 2016 for a lively panel discussion featuring several innovative and creative women entrepreneurs including MoSo Keynote Speaker Saadia Muzaffar, Heather Abbey, owner and founder of Shopindig.com, Ashleigh Mattern, owner of Vireo Productions, Jackie Martin, owner of Viking Innovation, and more! Hearing their stories will undoubtedly inspire you, get your creative juices flowing, and turn that business idea into a reality!
  71. Refinery Gallery

    Internet Art: a Brief History and Signposts for the Future

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    Presented by PAVED Arts: Internet art is a fascinating movement in both aesthetics and technology, spanning many types of communities online. However, internet art is often seen as a confusing space for the traditional gallery world to navigate, regardless of its relevance in contemporary culture. Carrie Gates will present a brief history of the highlights of historical internet art from the late 90s forward, focusing on technological advances and their relationship to aesthetics, the intersections of identity politics and personal expression on the web, and current trends and challenges with the curation and archiving of internet art within traditional and online gallery spaces.
  72. Refinery Gallery

    How to Spark a Culture

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    Presented by Sask Fashion: Join the co-founder of Saskatoon Fashion and Design Festival (SFDF), Mandy Pravda, as she walks through "How to Spark a Culture." SFDF is embarking on their 5th year of their annual festival, and are excited about the innovation, interest, and culture that has formed in Saskatchewan around fashion. Learn about where it all began, the challenges along the way, and the plans for the future in maintaining and building a fashion culture in Saskatoon.
  73. Saskatchewan Craft Council

    Stop Motion Animation Workshop

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    Presented by Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange: This free Stop Motion Animation Workshop will give participants a chance at creating their very own short film! Use props and images provided by workshop artists Ian Campbell (digital media artist) and Rowan Pantel (puppeteer from the Prairie Puppet Underground). Drop-in format. Subject to capacity.
  74. The Refinery

    Virtual Reality Map: Taking Stock of Where We Are and Where We Are Going

    Dioselin Gonzalez (Unity Labs)

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    Presented by SMPIA: Since the Facebook acquisition of Oculus, VR has been rapidly advancing into the everyday consumer’s world. A panel of VR interaction experts (Dioselin Gonzalez - Unity, Bradley Weiers - Unity, and Ryan Hill - Talking Dog Studios) will share their thoughts on where VR is today, and where it will be in the next few years. They will discuss the different issues and requirements on cinematic VR, gaming, medicine, art and other experiences that will be available to consumers.
  75. The Refinery

    David vs Goliath: The SpareParts Story

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    Presented by SPMA: Spareparts is Canada’s best-in-class sunglass and watch boutique, and one of the country’s fastest-growing retailers. What started as a single shop has grown to 13 and counting, selling today’s most recognizable brands and numerous private-label products. Spareparts is a homegrown success story. Join Creative Director, Ben Lamothe, and Design Director, Roberta Barrington, as they share their own David-and-Goliath story. Using examples from their own experiences they’ll discuss how to harness creativity to bring new ideas to life, and build your brand voice in an ultra-competitive and ever-changing Canadian retail and e-commerce landscape.
  76. The Refinery

    The Video Game Space in Saskatchewan

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    Presented by SIMA: Meet some of the influencers and drivers of the Video Game Industry in Saskatchewan. This panel will engage in a discussion on the current and future state of the industry, what is happening and what can be done to grow this space in Saskatchewan.
  77. Vangelis Tavern

    Barcamp Saskatoon

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    Barcamp is an ad-hoc unconference about technology, creativity, and internet culture born from the desire for people to share and learn in an open environment. Anyone with something to contribute or with the desire to learn is welcome and invited to join. When you come, be prepared to share with barcampers. When you leave, be prepared to share it with the world. Participation is mandatory - attendees must give a demo, a session, or help with one, or otherwise volunteer / contribute in some way to support the event. All presentations are scheduled the day they happen. Prepare in advance, but come early to get a slot on the wall. The people present at the event will select the demos or presentations they want to see.
  78. Vangelis Tavern

    Cartoon Trivia Party: Presented by Ominocity

  79. Emmanuel Anglican Church

    Building Community through Music

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    Presented by SaskMusic: Panel details coming soon!
  80. The Refinery

    MoSO Box Office/ Pass Pick Up

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    Pick up your MoSo Passes and Wristbands in this location from 5pm-10pm
  81. The Refinery

    MoSO Box Office/ Pass Pick Up

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    Pick up your MoSo Passes and Wristbands in this location from 5pm-10pm
  82. The Refinery

    MoSO Box Office/ Pass Pick Up

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    Pick up your MoSo Passes and Wristbands in this location from 5pm-10pm
  83. The Broadway Theatre

    MoSO Box Office/ Pass Pick Up

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    Pick up your MoSo Passes and Wristbands in this location from 8am-5pm
  84. Vangelis Tavern

    MoSO Box Office/ Pass Pick Up

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    Pick up your MoSo Passes and Wristbands in this location from noon-5pm