Anna Gutmanis Collection
Anna Gutmanis Collection
"Anna Gutmanis is an award-winning Canadian songwriter, singer and keyboardist who writes and records across musical genres. Her 2014 single release “Lately It’s Cold” won a Global Music Award. Several songs from Anna's critically-acclaimed album "Glimmer In The Dark" appeared on 3 different Australian Indie Radio Charts (Urban, World, and Easy Listening) and on the Roots Music Report 2014 Top 100 Pop Song chart. The official video for "Another Way Out" won the 2014 Best Short Documentary award at QCinema Texas and was used by PFLAG as an educational tool. The song “I Am Who I Am” is an anthem to the LGBTQ rights movement, and has been recorded in rock and dance formats. The rock version won the 2009 Pride Song Award, and the official video for the 2019 Dance Version won several awards at international film festivals. Other recordings include Anna's eponymous debut album, which still receives airplay. Anna is also a street photographer and visual artist, having contributed cover art and design for two of her music releases. Her portrait of Billy Joel can be seen on his website. Anna often performs live in and around Toronto, and has also played across Canada and the United States." - from Gutmanis' official website.
A poster advertising the first of what would eventually become an annual series of benefit concerts for the Emily Stowe Shelter for Women.
A show poster advertising the second annual fundraising benefit concert series for the Emily Stowe Shelter for Women.
A program for the Inner City Music Festival, a two-day festival.
A poster advertising concerts held at the Holiday Cafe during the month of December 1985. Listed as part of the December lineup is the third annual Emily Stowe Shelter for Women Benefit.
A show poster for a concert at Free Times Cafe featuring Anna Gutmanis.
A show poster for a two-night concert held at Free Times Cafe featuring Anna Gutmanis.
A poster advertising the third annual fundraising benefit concert series for the Emily Stowe Shelter for Women.
A show poster for an Anna Gutmanis show at the Fallout Shelter.
A show poster for a 4-night festival hosted as a benefit for the Emily Stowe Shelter for Women.
A show poster for Anna Gutmanis at Earth Tones, a venue that was once located at Queen and Spadina.
A poster for Anna Gutmanis' independent album release performance.
A poster advertising Alter Eros Festival's cabaret at the Horseshoe Tavern for International Women's Day 1984, featuring Jane Farrow, Cynthia Grant, Anna Gutmanis, Gail Landau, Arlene Mantel, Ann Marie MacDonald, Pelican Players, Marlene Philip, Sea…