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FALL 2017

After and exciting summer up in the Algoma district, working on the Rivers Speak Community Play with Thinking Rock Community Arts, Jumblies is back at The Ground Floor, gradually starting up a new season with new ideas, themes and activities.
Jumblies is pleased once again to be part of the Ontario Arts Council Recommender Grants for Theatre Creators Program. To find out more about it, click here.
Our choir is involved in a creative exploration with composer Lieke van der Voort and Soundstreams, with a presentation at Crow’s Theatre on Oct. 19th at 5:o0pm.  For more info on and to make a reservation for this event, click here.
Following this our choir will continue every Wednesday evening from 6:30 to 8:00pm, with other special projects and events coming up. We’ll be holding an Open House at The Ground Floor on Oct. 25th from 5:00 to 6:30, followed by an invitation to stay on and sample the choir:
In November, we’ll test run of a new activity: making and sharing soup, with associated tales and artful activities:
This fall and winter, we’ll be touring our Four Lands project to Saskatchewan and Winnipeg.
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Excited for tonight!! Yesterday evening was a beautiful and productive moment. #TheGroundFloorChoir did their first and last rapid full rehearsal of Endings, written by Lieke van der Voort and led by Shifra Cooper. This piece will be performed this evening at Crow’s Theatre (345 Carlaw Ave, Toronto) from 5pm-7pm. It’s a free public event, co-produced by Soundstreams and Jumblies Theatre, so do share the news that everyone is welcome to come see the show!! #toronto #communityarts #jumbliestheatre #soundstreams #salon21 #crowstheatre
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Excited for tonight!! Yesterday evening was a beautiful and productive moment. #TheGroundFloorChoir did their first and last rapid full rehearsal of Endings, written by Lieke van der Voort and led by Shifra Cooper. This piece will be performed this evening at Crow’s Theatre (345 Carlaw Ave, Toronto) from 5pm-7pm. It’s a free public event, co-produced by Soundstreams and Jumblies Theatre, so do share the news that everyone is welcome to come see the show!! #toronto #communityarts #jumbliestheatre #soundstreams #salon21 #crowstheatre

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Next Thursday, our choir will be featured in a Soundstreams Salon 21 performance at Crows Theatre!

Jumblies is pleased once again to be part of the Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario Recommender Grants for Theatre Creators Program. Click below to find out more about our guidelines and applications process:
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Jumblies is pleased once again to be part of the Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de lOntario Recommender Grants for Theatre Creators Program. Click below to find out more about our guidelines and applications process:
http://www.jumbliestheatre.org/jumblies/recommender

The Ground Floor Choir is starting up again today (6.30 pm, Wednesday, Oct. 11th) at The Ground Floor Studio(132 Fort York Blvd). Come back or come for the first time and sing with us! ... See MoreSee Less

The Ground Floor Choir is starting up again today (6.30 pm, Wednesday, Oct. 11th) at The Ground Floor Studio(132 Fort York Blvd). Come back or come for the first time and sing with us!

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Join our friends at Clay and Paper Theatre to prepare for another dreadful night!!
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Clay and Paper Theatre’s Open Studio for NIGHT OF DREAD 2017 launches this weekend at the GALLERIA MALL and runs until October 22nd. Help us build images of our deepest and darkest fears for this year’s parade and pageant. There’s lots to do in preparation for this much loved community event: shrine and lantern building, papier-machéing of giant puppets, costume sewing, prop painting and more. For Open Studio details and times: www.facebook.com/events/324578348009848

Join our friends at Clay and Paper Theatre to prepare for another dreadful night!!

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It was so great to see our friends from Sudbury and the ArmHer Project during Nuit Blanche!

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Sofia Bohdanowicz (film-maker) and Liz Rucker (librettist) whizzed down to Austin Texas for the screening of the Jumblies-produced short comic opera film, 'The View From Here' at the Fantastic Fest.

Other involved in its creation were Norbert Palej (Composer), Miranda Sharp (Comic Artist), Vania Chan and Keith Klassen (Singers), and The Ground Floor Choir (directed by Shifra Cooper), the Arts4All Players, Ground Floor Drop-In participants and many Jumblies artists and friends as puppeteers.
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Liz Rucker and Sofia Bohdanowicz were pretty pumped to attend the screening of The View From Here at Fantastic Fest in Austin Texas! Congrats to all the collaborators at Arts4All Players and Jumblies Theatre whose work is reaching audiences at one the best genre film festivals in the world! Woo hoo!

Sofia Bohdanowicz (film-maker) and Liz Rucker (librettist) whizzed down to Austin Texas for the screening of the Jumblies-produced short comic opera film, The View From Here at the Fantastic Fest. 

Other involved in its creation were Norbert Palej (Composer), Miranda Sharp (Comic Artist), Vania Chan and Keith Klassen (Singers), and The Ground Floor Choir (directed by Shifra Cooper), the Arts4All Players, Ground Floor Drop-In participants and many Jumblies artists and friends as puppeteers.

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More beautiful mosaic work from our friends at Red Dress Productions!
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Something New Grows Here, our newly unveiling 12' diameter stone mosaic in Bell Manor Park, Etobicoke. Photos by Katie Yealland. ABOUT SOMETHING NEW GROWS HERE Something New Grows Here engaged Stonegate-Parklawn community members in an artistic process based in Bell Manor Park, as one of this neighborhood’s important public spaces. Something New Grows Here is inspired by patterns found in nature and locally rooted stories about relationships between people and their neighbourhood park. THANK YOU! Special thanks to Erika Hennebury (Toronto Arts Council); Jaclyn Rodrigues, Inés Aguileta, and Valerie Amponsah (Toronto Arts Foundation); Julia Graham, Carol Barbosa, Barbara Targosinska, and Jill MacDonald (Stonegate Community Health Centre); Galen Brown and Monica Gutierrez (3004 Studios); Andrea Damiano (Parks, Forestry, and Recreation Arts and Music in the Parks); Jorge Ture, Nick Mountain, Helen Sousa, David Burns, and Chris Clarke (Parks, Forestry, and Recreation); Park People; Toronto Arts Foundation volunteers; Red Dress Productions Board of Directors; our brilliant community participants; and, the citizens of Toronto for support through our funding partners. CREDITS Red Dress Productions Artistic Co-Directors Anna Camilleri and Tristan R. Whiston Artistic Director and Designer Anna Camilleri Co-Lead Artist Tristan R. Whiston Carpenter & Installation Director Katie Yealland Community Artists Wy Joung Kou, Karis Pard-Jones, Kandace Price Installation Team Katie Yealland, Doug Reid, Anna Camilleri, Tristan R. Whiston FUNDING AND COMMUNITY PARTNERS We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Toronto Arts Foundation, Toronto Arts Council and the Arts in the Parks program, and City of Toronto Parks, Forestry & Recreation, and our community partners Stonegate Community Health Centre and the offices of Councillor Justin Di Ciano.

More beautiful mosaic work from our friends at Red Dress Productions!

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Hooray for Gigidoowag Ziibiik (The Rivers Speak) Community Play and Thinking Rock Community Arts!
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Amazing turnout for tonight's performance of #theriversspeak #communityplay. Also had a 3 month old and two 90+ year old Elders in the audience. Just Magical!!!

Hooray for  Gigidoowag Ziibiik (The Rivers Speak) Community Play and Thinking Rock Community Arts!

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It's not too late to hop on the bus to see Gigidoowag Ziibiik (The Rivers Speak) Community Play! Contact ruth@jumbliestheatre.org, or another of the artists involved, if you'd like to know more.
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Its not too late to hop on the bus to see Gigidoowag Ziibiik (The Rivers Speak) Community Play! Contact ruth@jumbliestheatre.org, or another of the artists involved, if youd like to know more.

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Beautiful work by Jumblies' friends and colleagues, Sonja Rainey, Aria Evans, Juliet Palmer and Urban Vessel!
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On The Brink designer Sonja Rainey's futuristic costumes meld recycled plastics, salvaged textiles and natural plant-dyed materials. ow.ly/5OiT30f9pTQ Sonja is a Dora nominated set and costume designer and community-based artist. Her approach is tactile and experiential, creating immersive environments that blend forms and materials. Collaborations have included working with The Bicycle Opera Project, Urbanvessel, the Canadian Opera Company, Jumblies Theatre as well as Making Room Community Arts, MABELLEarts and the Community Arts Guild.

Beautiful work by Jumblies friends and colleagues, Sonja Rainey, Aria Evans, Juliet Palmer and Urban Vessel!

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Gigidoowag Ziibiik (The Rivers Speak) Community Play starts its second week this evening! Jumblies is so glad to be part of it.

This project and performance also includes several artists partly supported to be there by our Youth Artist Exchange Program funded by Inspirit Foundation and the Ontario Trillium Foundation!
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Looking forward to another 4 days performing Gigidoowag Ziibiik (The Rivers Speak) Community Play at the Mississaugi First Nation Pow Wow Grounds starting tonight, September 13th! Come join us tonight until Saturday, at 6pm. Entrance is by donation. Here are some beautiful photos of last week's performances by Sarah Jones.

Gigidoowag Ziibiik (The Rivers Speak) Community Play starts its second week this evening! Jumblies is so glad to be part of it. 

This project and performance also includes several artists partly supported to be there by our Youth Artist Exchange Program funded by Inspirit Foundation and the Ontario Trillium Foundation!

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Beautiful rehearsal this week with the full moon on the banks of the Penewabicong Ziibii (Blind River). . . . #moon #theriversspeak #communityart #communityplay #grandmothermoon #nokomis

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The show goes on this evening - The Rivers Speak!
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Well we might have gotten rained out for our first public performance of #TheRiversSpeak Community Play last night but that didn't stop us from having a great rehearsal and making beautiful moments like this happen! Come see for yourself tonight until Saturday, and next week the 13-16 @ 6pm. . . . www.theriversspeak.com . . . #rainedout #theriversspeak #communityart #communityplay #singing #voices #beautiful

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A core threesome of Thinking Rock Community Arts - Jon, Robin and Miranda - just two days before the opening of Gigidoowag Ziibiik (The Rivers Speak) Community Play, at the play's site: Mississauga First Nation's Pow Wow Grounds. #TheRiversSpeak ... See MoreSee Less

A core threesome of Thinking Rock Community Arts - Jon, Robin and Miranda - just two days before the opening of Gigidoowag Ziibiik (The Rivers Speak) Community Play, at the plays site: Mississauga First Nations Pow Wow Grounds. #TheRiversSpeak

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Gigidoowag Ziibiik (The Rivers Speak) Community Play colouring sheets, a few days before the show opens! #TheRiversSpeak
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Having fun with #TheRiversSpeak colouring sheets at #batchewanapowwow today! Come join us at this beautiful community celebration!!

Gigidoowag Ziibiik (The Rivers Speak) Community Play colouring sheets, a few days before the show opens!  #TheRiversSpeak

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We are happy to say there will be FREE BUSSES leaving from the Soo and Elliot Lake to come to Gigidoowag Ziibiik (The Rivers Speak) Community Play Sept 9 and 16. Click on the link for more pickup times and locations. ALSO check out these gorgeous photos from the play by our super talented photographer Sarah Jones!!

An instance of change and hope from our Train of Thought tour: A photo taken by Julia Hune Brown and of Darla Contois standing under the sign of former "Colonization Road", prompted the town of Blind River to change the street's name. Two years' later, we are working around the corner from the newly-named "Youngfox Road" on the Gigidoowag Ziibiik (The Rivers Speak) Community Play.

Pictured below are Nani Bell Gonawabi, Jamie Oshkabiwisens, Julia Hune Brown. (#TofTCanada, #TheRiversSpeak)
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An instance of change and hope from our Train of Thought tour: A photo taken by Julia Hune Brown and of Darla Contois standing under the sign of former Colonization Road, prompted the town of Blind River to change the streets name. Two years later, we are working around the corner from the newly-named Youngfox Road on the Gigidoowag Ziibiik (The Rivers Speak) Community Play.

Pictured below are Nani Bell Gonawabi, Jamie Oshkabiwisens, Julia Hune Brown. (#TofTCanada, #TheRiversSpeak)

Last chance to come and help make things for Gigidoowag Ziibiik (The Rivers Speak) Community Play , with Thinking Rock Community Arts!
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Last chance to come and help make things for Gigidoowag Ziibiik (The Rivers Speak) Community Play , with Thinking Rock Community Arts!
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Aria Evans, who has been working on Jumblies' projects for a couple of years, has been up at Thinking Rock Community Arts as choreographer for The Rivers Speak. Yesterday was her last day here, and everyone will miss her. #TheRiversSpeak
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Sending huge and heartfelt thanks to @ariaevans, The Rivers Speak choreographer, for her amazing work facilitating the movement for the play. Today is her last day with us. All the best with your next projects! You will be missed! . . . #theriversspeak #communityart #communityplay #artists #gratitude

Aria Evans, who has been working on Jumblies projects for a couple of years, has been up at Thinking Rock Community Arts as choreographer for The Rivers Speak. Yesterday was her last day here, and everyone will miss her. #TheRiversSpeak

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News from Thinking Rock Community Arts about The Rivers Speak Community Play, as our rehearsals move to the Mississauga First Nation Pow Wow grounds, where it will be performed from Sept. 6th to 16th. #TheRiversSpeak
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Awesome rehearsal last night, our first one st the beautiful Mississaugi First Nation Pow Wow grounds, where we will be performing the Rivers Speak Community Play in less than two weeks!!! . . . #theriversspeak #communityart #theatre #dreamteam #itsgotime

News from Thinking Rock Community Arts about The Rivers Speak Community Play, as our rehearsals move to the Mississauga First Nation Pow Wow grounds, where it will be performed from Sept. 6th to 16th. #TheRiversSpeak

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Look what they are doing at MABELLEarts

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A glimpse of beautiful pebble mosaic work from our friends at Red Dress Productions:
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We've started to release pebble mosaic components from their molds - a really exciting part of the work!

A glimpse of beautiful pebble mosaic work from our friends at Red Dress Productions:

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And another great Parkdale community event with Making Room Community Arts:
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Our Summer Celebration is only three days away! Join us in Masaryk Park on Wednesday at 6pm - or come early at 3:00pm for fresh vegetables and the musical sounds from Heinz Klein and the Parkdale Community Peer Music Collective.

And another great Parkdale community event with Making Room Community Arts:

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Join MABELLEarts for their culminating picnic of the summer!
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On Friday August 25th join us from 5-8pm in Broadacres Park for A Common Table: a performative picnic celebrating the culmination of our summer-long series of community picnics. Pack a picnic for you and your family and enjoy singing, sewing, installation, video and outdoor performance! Free bus pickup available from Islington Station at 4:45pm. For more info: goo.gl/HxgD1b #artsintheparksTO

Join MABELLEarts for their culminating picnic of the summer!

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North York Arts is offering a new theatre-focused ESL program for youth (ages 14-20). Click below to find out more!
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Looking for a creative way to practice your English? Join us for a theatre-focused ESL program "Next Stages" for youth to feel more comfortable and confident in speaking English. Visit ow.ly/IyDR30ehyu6 for more information!

North York Arts is offering a new theatre-focused ESL program for youth (ages 14-20). Click below to find out more!

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The Rivers Speak in progress with Thinking Rock Community Arts! #TheRiversSpeak
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THE RIVERS SPEAK COMMUNITY PLAY OPEN HOUSE // Tonight, Saturday August 19, 3-5pm // Mississaugi First Nation Sports Complex // 43 Park Road. . . . Come see our work in progress: enjoy stilts, puppets, original music, teachings, friendship, laughter and free snacks, tea and coffee! . . . Everyone is welcome!! . . . #theriversspeak #communityart #allages #puppets #stilts #communityplay

The Rivers Speak in progress with Thinking Rock Community Arts! #TheRiversSpeak

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Jumblies' artists are pleased to be part of an artist coming-together this week with Thinking Rock Community Arts, and AlgomaTrad, as The Rivers Speak community play develops. #TheRiversSpeak
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Chi Miigwetch to Marly and Kathy for bringing their hand drums and voices to collaborate with Celtic roots musicians at @algomatrad for the Rivers Speak music class this week. . . . The music developed here this week will be sung and played live throughout the Rivers Speak Community Play. Such an honour! . . . #handdrumming #singing #music #theriversspeak #communityart #beautiful #collaboration

Jumblies artists are pleased to be part of an artist coming-together this week with Thinking Rock Community Arts, and AlgomaTrad, as The Rivers Speak community play develops. #TheRiversSpeak

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Not too late to get involved in Thinking Rock Community Arts's community play - The Rivers Speak, in which Jumblies is a proud partner. #TheRiversSpeak
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Please join us at the Rivers Speak Community Play Public Open House. Learn more about the project, see the work in progress, and learn how you can still get involved! **WE ARE STILL LOOKING FOR PERFORMERS AND MAKERS!**

Not too late to get involved in Thinking Rock Community Artss community play - The Rivers Speak, in which Jumblies is a proud partner. #TheRiversSpeak

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Hi Friends of MABELLEarts - For the past three months we've been working and playing with an amazing group of individuals and families who currently reside in shelter while seeking asylum in Canada. We love these folks! We just got word that over 100 of them have expressed interest in attending free workshops we have scheduled in Broadacres Park this week and next. We're over the moon! If you are looking for an opportunity to volunteer or support MABELLEarts - we can think of no better time then NOW! We are accepting food donations for snacks, donations of tents (for shade and shelter from rain) and looking for cash donations to support art supplies, transportation costs and more. We're also looking for volunteers who can help welcome and support participants of all ages to have fun and create art together. Email info@mabellearts.ca for more info and check out: www.canadahelps.org/en/charities/mabellearts/ to give. THANK YOU!

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The Rivers Speak production (Thinking Rock Community Arts) up in the Algoma Region is moving along. Here's director Varrick Grimes on stilts, with some wolf pups. Jumblies is proud to be supporting and taking part in this project! #TheRiversSpeak
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The wolf and his pups visited the Little Rapids Community Days event today. . . . Want to see more stilt magic? Come see The Rivers Speak Community Play, September 6-9 and 13-16 in Mississaugi First Nation! . . . www.theriversspeak.com ^ ^ To buy tickets and find out more about this fun Community Play! . . . #theriversspeak #communityart #stilts #stiltwalking #localstories #allages

The Rivers Speak production (Thinking Rock Community Arts)  up in the Algoma Region is moving along. Heres director Varrick Grimes on stilts, with some wolf pups. Jumblies is proud to be supporting and taking part in this project! #TheRiversSpeak

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Catch this summer's show by our friends Clay and Paper Theatre at Dufferin Grove!
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We were also very pleased to have shared our space (The Ground Floor) with this wonderful project!
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[IG: @kama_la_mackerel] i spent the past week co-facilitating "parallel tracks," an inter-generational training program on community-engaged arts for qt/bipoc artists & art facilitators from across turtle island. i came back to tio'tia:ke/montreal grown, inspired, hopeful, tender... with a heart full of love and gratitude, for all the participants who came to this program with offerings of joy, talent, wisdom, vulnerability, resilience, trust, commitment; for my co-facilitators Nikki Shaffeeullah, Aliya Jamal & Julia Hune-Brown for making this process pleasurable, humorous, loving, intentional; for our many co-workers, friends, partners, volunteers & loved ones who supported us through that process. co-facilitating this program is quite a dream come true: there is deep personal and collective healing & transformation that occurs when people with shared, yet infinitely different experiences of marginalization come together to dream of revolutionary change for our respective communities. this program was made all the more enriching because it was led by fearless femmes of colour who did not shy away from centering feelings in the development, realization and facilitation of the program. in moments like these, we open up with fragile honesty so we can share languages to hold space for each other. in moments like these, there are sparks, there are raging fires, there are tears multifaceted like diamonds, there are waves of creativity & arms full of tenderness. in moments like these, we name wounds in our bodies, we invoke the lands, the skies full of stars and possibilities. we dream of childhoods we never had, spaces to satisfy the cravings of our younger selves. we affirm, reaffirm. we learn to trust, to rekindle faith. we build strength. to learn more about parallel tracks: paralleltracks.ca/ "parallel tracks" was made possible thanks to the support of Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada, Jumblies Theatre and The AMY Project - Artists Mentoring Youth #paralleltracks #qtbipoc #bipoc #art #artfacilitation #artfacilitators #communityarts #healing

We were also very pleased to have shared our space (The Ground Floor) with this wonderful project!

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Very happy to have had the The AMY Project - Artists Mentoring Youth in our space (The Ground Floor) again, and everyone should go and see their show - coming up this week!
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Today was our last day of rehearsal at Jumblies Theatre before we move into tech and performances for SummerWorks Performance Festival. Thank you to Jumblies for sharing your incredible space with us all through the spring and summer! Jumblies is the best!

Very happy to have had the The AMY Project - Artists Mentoring Youth in our space (The Ground Floor) again, and everyone should go and see their show - coming up this week!

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We're picnicking in Broadacres Park tomorrow - Saturday July 29th from 1-4pm! Pack a picnic for you and your family and join in singing, miniature-making, story-telling, outdoor games and more, led by artists Waleed Abdulhamid, Faten Toubasi, Melanie Fernandez-Alvares, Michael Burtt, Helah Cooper & The MABELLEarts team! Find us at the North End of the Park behind Broadacres Junior School (45 Crendon Avenue). Bus pickups: 12:30pm at The Quality Hotel & 1:00pm at Mabelle Park. Free for everyone! ASL interpretation & Arabic translation provided #artsintheparksTO Arts in the Parks Toronto

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If you're up in the Algoma region, come and be in the Thinking Rock Community Arts play!
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COMMUNITY CASTING FOR THE RIVERS SPEAK COMMUNITY PLAY IS THIS WEEK!!!! . . Come be part of the Rivers Speak Community Play as a performer or maker! All ages and skill levels are welcome. . . Are you a performer? We are looking for stilt walkers, actors, musicians, singers, puppeteers, dancers. No experience necessary! Just bring your enthusiasm! . . . Are you a maker? We need help making costumes, masks, puppets, and sets. There will be making tasks for people of all ages and abilities. . . . Come out to a Community Casting near you: July 25, 6-8pm - Mississaugi FN bingo hall July 26, 6-8pm - St Saviours Anglican Church Blind River July 27, 6-8pm - Lester B Pearson Civic Centre Elliot Lake July 28, 6-8pm - Lifestyle Centre Serpent River FN . . . Visit www.theriversspeak.com for more information about the project! . . . See you there!! . . . #theriversspeak #communityart #everyoneiswelcome #freefood #freeprogramming #allages #funtimes

If youre up in the Algoma region, come and be in the Thinking Rock Community Arts play!

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Jumblies is proud to have contributed to this great book by Vancouver Moving Theatre.
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Introducing Vancouver Moving Theatre's NEW BOOK: From The Heart Of A City: Community-Engaged Theatre and Music Productions from Vancouver's Downtown Eastside 2002-2013 From The Heart of A City is a guide to practicing the art of engagement, providing practical strategies for navigating responsibilities involved in creating original art in a spirit of collaboration, cooperation, and respect for community needs. This beautifully illustrated anthology weaves together essays, reflections, lyrics, and poems by thirty-six writers, including leading Canadian community play artists, and Vancouver artists and community members from Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. Their writings shed light on ten transformative community-engaged theatre and music productions created for, with, and about Vancouver's inner-city Downtown Eastside, and their rippling impact on individuals, the community, Vancouver, and the provincial and national art scene. Your very own copy is just $30 +GST! Contact Terry Hunter at vancouvermovingtheatre@shaw.ca to get yours.

Jumblies is proud to have contributed to this great book by Vancouver Moving Theatre.

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The The Rivers Speak Community Play process is gearing up, with local casting sessions about to take place next week. Sign up if you're in the region! Jumblies is a proud partner in this project with Thinking Rock Community Arts.
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You're invited to be part of the Rivers Speak Community Play! THE RIVERS SPEAK COMMUNITY CASTING DATES: MISSISSAUGI FIRST NATION JULY 25 BLIND RIVER JULY 26 ELLIOT LAKE JULY 27 SERPENT RIVER FIRST NATION JULY 28 **Times and Locations Below** Performance roles include actors, dancers, musicians, singers, puppeteers and stilt-walkers. No previous experience is necessary - just bring your enthusiasm! We need help making costumes, masks, puppets and sets - people with skills in sewing, carpentry, painting and construction are welcome! There will be making tasks suitable for all ages, experience levels and abilities. This is the time to try something new, meet your neighbours, and have a lot of fun! Come out to a Community Casting near you! Mississaugi First Nation Tuesday July 25, 6-8pm Bingo Hall, 152 Village Road Blind River Wednesday July 26, 6-8pm St. Saviour’s Anglican Church, 32 Michigan Ave. Elliot Lake Thursday July 27, 6-8pm Lester B Pearson Civic Centre 255 Hwy 108 Serpent River First Nation Friday July 28, 6-8pm Lifestyle Centre, 36 Ballpark Road

The The Rivers Speak Community Play process is gearing up, with local casting sessions about to take place next week. Sign up if youre in the region! Jumblies is a proud partner in this project with Thinking Rock Community Arts.

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Jumblies' friend Darla Contois is in Toronto - part of SummerWorks Performance Festival at The Theatre Centre BMO Incubator (1115 Queen Street W). Aug. 4-12.
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Thanks to a good friend of mine Peatr Thomas, we have a poster! This story will have you laughing, crying, and everything in between. SummerWorks Performance Festival

Jumblies friend Darla Contois is in Toronto - part of SummerWorks Performance Festival at The Theatre Centre BMO Incubator (1115 Queen Street W). Aug. 4-12.

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Heres a show to catch by Jumblies friend, Aria Evans!

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Yay once again for MABELLEarts, upholding the fine art of the picnic!
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On Saturday, we hosted our first Common Table Picnic in Broadacres Park. We spent the afternoon with families from Mabelle, West Mall and The Quality Hotel, collecting stories/memories of picnicking, activating a poetry machine, singing songs, building miniatures, embroidering, playing games, sharing treats, and sitting in the shade together. Thank you to everyone who joined us - including incredible volunteers from Arts in the Parks Toronto! #artsintheparksTO (photos: Liam Coo)

Yay once again for MABELLEarts, upholding the fine art of the picnic!

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The Rivers Speak summer production period starts with Thinking Rock Community Arts at the Mississauga First Nation Pow Wow. Jumblies is proud to continue as a collaborator on this project, through to its performances in September 2017!
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What an awesome day at the Mississaugi First Nation Pow Wow today! Best part was seeing the serpent dancing with all the dancers, and hearing the teachings from the Elders about the serpent, the water and birchbark. Miigwetch to all the Elders, artists and participants who brought it all together. . . . #theriversspeak #communityart #teachings #learningjourney #beautifulday

The Rivers Speak summer production period starts with Thinking Rock Community Arts at the Mississauga First Nation Pow Wow. Jumblies is proud to continue as a collaborator on this project, through to its performances in September 2017!

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Come to a picnic! SATURDAY in Broadacres Park! Art-making, music, outdoor games & park walks! Pack a picnic lunch & bring a water bottle. We'll be there from 1-4pm - meet us by the Northwest corner of the park, by Broadacres Junior School (45 Crendon Drive) #artsintheparksTO

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2 DAYS LEFT TILL THE BIG DAY!! Come out to our Scarborough Celebrates Ontario 150 Festival!! FREE ENTRY!! FREE ENTERTAINMENT!! FUN! CULTURE! COMMUNITY!
This weekend at the Albert Campbell Square – Scarborough Civic Centre from 12pm to 9pm!! Come out and enjoy amazing live performances, dance competitions, food, vendors, prize giveaways and experience our wonderful diversity.
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2 DAYS LEFT TILL THE BIG DAY!! Come out to our Scarborough Celebrates Ontario 150 Festival!! FREE ENTRY!! FREE ENTERTAINMENT!! FUN! CULTURE! COMMUNITY! 
This weekend at the Albert Campbell Square – Scarborough Civic Centre from 12pm to 9pm!!  Come out and enjoy amazing live performances, dance competitions, food, vendors, prize giveaways and experience our wonderful diversity.

Jumblies Theatre shared APTN National News's video.

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Proud to be associated with Candace Day Neveau. All our good thoughts, admiration and love go out to her and those there on Parliament Hill, saying so bravely, honestly and clearly what needs to be said.
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Candace Day Neveau isn’t celebrating Canada Day. She says she can’t. Day Neveau was one of the many people with the Bawating Water Protectors who helped push back the RCMP and get a ceremonial teepee set up at the foot of Parliament Hill on unceded Algonquin territory Wednesday night. Here is Candace at a news conference on Thursday sharing her feelings on a country that is celebrating 150 years.

Youth Exchange Artist of the day is Raphaël Arsenault, a musician who came to learn and work with us on Four Lands at the Evergreen Brickworks. Thanks Inspirit Foundation for supporting!

Based in Rimouski, Qc, Raphaël Arsenault has studied classical violin for over 20 years before switching to a more improvisational approach. Following the initiative of Éric Normand, he participated in many workshops (Jean Derome, Lê Quan Nin, Michael Fischer, Joëlle Léandre) and concerts in Rimouski during « Les Rencontres de Musique Spontanée », an international gathering of spontaneous music and exchange that has been happening twice a year for the last 15 years. A member of the Ggril (Grand Groupe Régional d’Improvisation Libérée) since its foundation in 2007, he has toured with the 18-piece eclectic band in the Maritimes, in Québec and in Europe, as an interpret and a conductor for the orchestra. Raphaël is now splitting his time between democratic empowerment and food sovereignty activities as well as artistic creation in Rimouski.
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Youth Exchange Artist of the day is Raphaël Arsenault, a musician who came to learn and work with us on Four Lands at the Evergreen Brickworks. Thanks Inspirit Foundation for supporting!

Based in Rimouski, Qc, Raphaël Arsenault has studied classical violin for over 20 years before switching to a more improvisational approach. Following the initiative of Éric Normand, he participated in many workshops (Jean Derome, Lê Quan Nin, Michael Fischer, Joëlle Léandre) and concerts in Rimouski during « Les Rencontres de Musique Spontanée », an international gathering of spontaneous music and exchange that has been happening twice a year for the last 15 years. A member of the Ggril (Grand Groupe Régional d’Improvisation Libérée) since its foundation in 2007, he has toured with the 18-piece eclectic band in the Maritimes, in Québec and in Europe, as an interpret and a conductor for the orchestra. Raphaël is now splitting his time between democratic empowerment and food sovereignty activities as well as artistic creation in Rimouski.

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Thank you Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne for your good wishes to MABELLEarts and Mabelle neighbours celebrating Eid al-fitr this evening in Mabelle Park together!

Well-deserved congrats once again to MABELLEarts!

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Jumblies is looking forward to participating in this MABELLEarts event tomorrow, by bringing our Ground Floor Choir, and Four Lands elements created by Mabelle youth!
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Tomorrow we are gathering in Mabelle Park for Eid al-fitr: enjoy performances, art-making, installations & musical performances from Turkwaz, The Ismaili Muslim Youth Choir and the Jumblies Theatre Ground Floor Choir. Delicious treats & tea served! Come join us!

Jumblies is looking forward to participating in this MABELLEarts event tomorrow, by bringing our Ground Floor Choir, and Four Lands elements created by Mabelle youth!

Celebrating the Ground Floor Choir, they have been so busy throughout the #TouchingGroundFestival, with performances at #4Lands & #TalkingTreaties and so many others across the 6 weeks of events! What a special group 💕🎶 ... See MoreSee Less

Celebrating the Ground Floor Choir, they have been so busy throughout the #TouchingGroundFestival, with performances at #4Lands & #TalkingTreaties and so many others across the 6 weeks of events! What a special group 💕🎶

Jumblies Theatre shared TVO's Main Street Ontario: Manitoulin Island.

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After many years on the road touring Indigenous theatre productions, the Debajehmujig Storytellers Creation Centre was founded in 2008 on Manitoulin Island in an old converted grocery store. Discover the story behind the space as part of Main Street Ontario, our new series of shorts on important places in communities across the province.

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Huge congrats to Dan, Christina, Ahuri Theatre / 国際劇団アユリテアトル and all involved in This is the Point!!!!
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Wow! We're overjoyed to celebrate two Dora award wins for Outstanding Production and Ensemble in the Independent Theatre Division for our show This is the Point. Thank you to our incredible partners The Theatre Centre who are supporting so many incredible artists and projects. Our brilliant director Karin Randoja, and co-writers Tony Diamanti Liz MacDougall Christina Serra and the production team Melissa Joakim, Jenna McCutchen Miquelon Rodriguez Alexa Polenz. And the support of Toronto Arts Council Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario and Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada And a huge congrats to everyone involved in our production of What Dream it Was which was nominated for three awards in the Theatre for Young Audiences Division. Thanks to Miles Nadal JCC Al Green Theatre and Liv Mendelsohn for supporting us, and to the team of Amy Louis Sonja Rainey Sean Frey Ken Harrower Johnny Spence Lisa Bozikovic Chris Thornborrow Abdullah Alcozai, James Brown, Lindsey Claire Chalmers, Julian Escallon, Lita Green, Tamarah Paruk, Avi Roth, Maya Rubin, Jeremiah Shell, Geoffrey Sherwood, Christopher Tavares, Max Tepper, Kerr Wattie, Kathleen Woo Sarah Miller Cecília Castiñeira Garcia Jackie Omstead So proud of what we did together! And thank you TAPA Toronto Alliance for the Performing Arts for all the work you do!

Huge congrats to Dan, Christina, Ahuri Theatre / 国際劇団アユリテアトル and all involved in This is the Point!!!!

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The final event listed within our #TouchingGroundFestival time-frame is by our partner and offshoot #Arts4All. Come to their wild and wonderful parade on Saturday July 1st!
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The final event listed within our #TouchingGroundFestival time-frame is by our partner and offshoot #Arts4All. Come to their wild and wonderful parade on Saturday July 1st!

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Contents of the #Toronto purchase; #TalkingTreaties #TouchingGroundFestival

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Hi Everyone! Thanks for your enthusiasm about Talking Treaties and Under the Concrete!

We have reached capacity with our reservations for today's show. This means that Under the Concrete is currently full up, and some portions of Talking Treaties are at capacity. You are more than welcome to come to Fort York and join us for the outdoor portions of Talking Treaties (which is most of the show, as long as the good weather holds), and, if there are cancellations, you may be admitted to the two indoor scenes and final Under the Concrete concert.

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Hi Everyone! Thanks for your enthusiasm about Talking Treaties and Under the Concrete! 

We have reached capacity with our reservations for todays show. This means that Under the Concrete is currently full up, and some portions of Talking Treaties are at capacity. You are more than welcome to come to Fort York and join us for the outdoor portions of Talking Treaties (which is most of the show, as long as the good weather holds), and, if there are cancellations, you may be admitted to the two indoor scenes and final Under the Concrete concert.

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Jumblies Theatre added 84 new photos — with Ange Loft at Fort York National Historic Site.

Talking Treaties is a participatory multi-arts project, with the goal of artfully sharing local Indigenous knowledge and awareness. Talking Treaties engaged over 300 participants in its research and development, generating symbols, poetry, and expressive maps, which have influenced and are now featured as content in the production. This project strives to expand meaning, knowledge, and personal relationships to encompass the historical and contemporary responsibilities we share as treaty people. Under the Concrete is a choral reflection on our themes of history, questioning, learning and acknowledging for all of who now live on this land. Presented as part of the #TouchingGroundFestival.
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Talking Treaties is a participatory multi-arts project, with the goal of artfully sharing local Indigenous knowledge and awareness. Talking Treaties engaged over 300 participants in its research and development, generating symbols, poetry, and expressive maps, which have influenced and are now featured as content in the production. This project strives to expand meaning, knowledge, and personal relationships to encompass the historical and contemporary responsibilities we share as treaty people. Under the Concrete is a choral reflection on our themes of history, questioning, learning and acknowledging for all of who now live on this land. Presented as part of the #TouchingGroundFestival.

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Tonight is the premier performance of #TalkingTreaties & Under the Concrete! Come out and see this amazing spectacle at 6:30pm at @fortyork! #TouchingGroundFestival ... See MoreSee Less

Tonight is the premier performance of #TalkingTreaties & Under the Concrete! Come out and see this amazing spectacle at 6:30pm at @fortyork! #TouchingGroundFestival

Our Youth Artist Exchange artist of the day is Adriana Garisto! We're so thrilled to have her here working on Talking Treaties. She's been helping to build props and set pieces, performing as part of the dance ensemble, and generally become an integral part of our team!

Adriana Garisto is an actor, beadworker, and professional cook. She joined Turtle Island Theatre at the age of 12, and is a member of its' Board of Directors. She's performed in stage productions such as Some Like it Hot, Fiddler on the Roof, and Les Miserables. She also has a role on Mohawk Girls, currently airing on APTN. She's known Ange Loft for years, and that's how she heard about Jumblies Theatre and Talking Treaties. She's excited and grateful to be a part of this performance.

Thanks to the Inspirit Foundation for supporting Adriana's visit with us!
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Our Youth Artist Exchange artist of the day is Adriana Garisto! Were so thrilled to have her here working on Talking Treaties. Shes been helping to build props and set pieces, performing as part of the dance ensemble, and generally become an integral part of our team!  

Adriana Garisto is an actor, beadworker, and professional cook. She joined Turtle Island Theatre at the age of 12, and is a member of its Board of Directors. Shes performed in stage productions such as Some Like it Hot, Fiddler on the Roof, and Les Miserables. She also has a role on Mohawk Girls, currently airing on APTN. Shes known Ange Loft for years, and thats how she heard about Jumblies Theatre and Talking Treaties. Shes excited and grateful to be a part of this performance.

Thanks to the Inspirit Foundation for supporting Adrianas visit with us!

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Thanks LolaBunz Music for being our amazing MC for #Ashow2017! Our #PlatformA partners are Art Starts, CUE, SKETCH Working Arts, & VIBE Arts!

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Our Youth Exchange Artist of the day is the multitalented Ashley Riley! We are thrilled to have her here, where she is part of the performance ensemble of Talking Treaties Spectacle & Under the Concrete.

Ashley Riley is the eldest of three daughters of Kelly and Cheryl Riley of Chippewas of the Thames First Nation. Ashley graduated from Beal Secondary High School in London, Ontario. She went onto study Theatre Arts at Fanshawe College in London. Ashley enjoys all forms of art mediums including theatre, dance, movement, and beadwork. Ashley has pursued her dreams in the healing arts through Ojibway Anishinaabe Midewiwin and Sundance ceremonies. She is a proud Jingle dress dancer and continues to gather teachings of the Jingle dress to pass on the gift of healing through the art of dancing. She is currently working with Jumblies Theatre as a Youth Arts Exchange member. She is enjoying and continuously learning more about community arts theatre and how she can be of help.

Thanks to the Ontario Trillium Foundation & Inspirit Foundation for supporting Ashley's visit and work with us!
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Our Youth Exchange Artist of the day is the multitalented Ashley Riley! We are thrilled to have her here, where she is part of the performance ensemble of Talking Treaties Spectacle & Under the Concrete. 

Ashley Riley is the eldest of three daughters of Kelly and Cheryl Riley of Chippewas of the Thames First Nation. Ashley graduated from Beal Secondary High School in London, Ontario. She went onto study Theatre Arts at Fanshawe College in London. Ashley enjoys all forms of art mediums including theatre, dance, movement, and beadwork. Ashley has pursued her dreams in the healing arts through Ojibway Anishinaabe Midewiwin and Sundance ceremonies. She is a proud Jingle dress dancer and continues to gather teachings of the Jingle dress to pass on the gift of healing through the art of dancing. She is currently working with Jumblies Theatre as a Youth Arts Exchange member. She is enjoying and continuously learning more about community arts theatre and how she can be of help.

Thanks to the Ontario Trillium Foundation & Inspirit Foundation for supporting Ashleys visit and work with us!
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Sue OhkwaliAwesome! Congrats Ashley! Way to go!! 🎊👍

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Jacqueline FrenchWay to go Ashley

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Nikki SolimanSo proud of you Ashley. I knew you would do great things!

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Talking Treaties lead artist Ange Loft is featured in this month's issue of Canadian Art, centered on the theme of "Kinship". Check out the interview here: #TalkingTreaties
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Talking Treaties lead artist Ange Loft is featured in this months issue of Canadian Art, centered on the theme of Kinship. Check out the interview here: #TalkingTreaties

Note on Talking Treaties/Under the Concrete rain plan:

We're looking forward to seeing you at Talking Treaties and Under the Concrete. The show moves between indoor and outdoor venues, and with the weather having been so unpredictable lately, we wanted to share our rain plan with you.

There are two key things to know. First, no matter the weather, the show will still happen. If it's pouring at our designated start time or begins to pour during the show, we will move the performance to an adapted indoor format. The second key thing to know is to dress for the weather! No matter what weather we end up with, the audience will be outside for at least some portion of the show. Please be prepared to be outdoors, even briefly, in rain, sun, heat or cold. #TalkingTreaties
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Note on Talking Treaties/Under the Concrete rain plan:

Were looking forward to seeing you at Talking Treaties and Under the Concrete. The show moves between indoor and outdoor venues, and with the weather having been so unpredictable lately, we wanted to share our rain plan with you. 

There are two key things to know. First, no matter the weather, the show will still happen. If its pouring at our designated start time or begins to pour during the show, we will move the performance to an adapted indoor format. The second key thing to know is to dress for the weather! No matter what weather we end up with, the audience will be outside for at least some portion of the show. Please be prepared to be outdoors, even briefly, in rain, sun, heat or cold. #TalkingTreaties

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What a wonderful day of Composing Community with Toronto Creative Music Lab participants and Jumblies artists, at the Canadian Music Centre
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#TCML2017 continued yesterday with a presentation of a full building installation coordinating by members of Jumblies Theatre and the Toronto Creative Music Lab participants. We are making our way to @918bathurst this morning, but for now, enjoy some of the imagery from yesterday at the CMC!

What a wonderful day of Composing Community with Toronto Creative Music Lab participants and Jumblies artists, at the Canadian Music Centre

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Canadian Music CentreIt is always extraordinary, surprising, and inspiring to have Jumblies help facilitate creative workshops! Thanks to your team, and looking forward to the next collaboration!

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