We are pleased to announce our first seminar of 2011, this time a pleasant morning gathering:
Wed. January 19th
9:30 to 11:30 AM
Cedar Ridge Creative Centre
225 Confederation Drive
Coffee, tea and morning refreshments included.
Admission free, donations always gratefully accepted.
Shuttle bus from Kennedy Subway (Passenger Pick-up) at 9:15– returning by noon.
Beth has spent a full year as lead artist in Jumblies’ East Scarborough residency, and her presentation will give you a chance to find out about this project and see where it takes place, as well as hearing about what it’s like to be an intern in the world of community-engaged arts. Don’t be intimidated by the time or location. Cedar Ridge is a warm and beautiful place: if you’ve never been there, you’ll be amazed. We’ll feed and entertain you, and get you safely to and from the subway. If you drive, there is free parking, and we can send you a map.
Other than completing a year-long Metalf Foundation performing arts internship with Jumblies Theatre, Beth Helmers’ work includes co-facilitating the Creators’ Unit with the Paprika Festival, teaching in the drama school at LKTYP, writing her play Uglyful, directing Tottering Biped’s premiere production, Thom Pain, in Burlington, and directing a section of We Live Here, at Arts4All. Past projects include directing Ablaze and acting in HONK, If You Can Hear Me! (NNNN, NOW Magazine) at the SummerWorks festival, directing Escape from Grace (**** EYE Magazine) at the Toronto Fringe Festival, and assistant directing Offensive Fouls for Theatre Direct. Beth has worked as an assistant professor in the acting program at Ryerson University, created and directed projects with young women through Theatre Revolve and led workshops for Soulpepper, Canadian Stage, and the Tarragon Theatre. She holds a BFA in acting from Ryerson University.
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