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Scenes from a wonderful weekend up north with friends and colleagues of and Thinking Rock Community Arts and AlgomaTrad - scheming together for the upcoming Rivers Speak Community Play!
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What a beautiful weekend we had, working alongside such talented and passionate people to explore how to respectfully and creatively incorporate both Anishinaabe and Scottish/Irish/French Canadian musical traditions into the Rivers Speak Community Play. Miigwetch, thank you, to everyone who came out despite the wintry conditions!! We are so honoured to be on this River Journey with each of you. Marly Day Tray Cee Candace Day Neveau Jon Cada Cleis Gizikgut-Neveau James Stephens Varrick Grimes Ruth Howard Miranda Bouchard Diana Blazek Gillian Lloyd Cory Munro Pat O'Gorman Zachary Schryer-Lefebvre Julie Schryer And big thanks to our funders - the Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario, Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada, and Ontario Trillium Foundation and our community partners AlgomaTrad, Jumblies Theatre and Mississauga First Nation for making it all possible!

What a beautiful weekend we had, working alongside such talented and passionate people to explore how to respectfully and creatively incorporate both Anishinaabe and Scottish/Irish/French Canadian musical traditions into the Rivers Speak Community Play. Miigwetch, thank you, to everyone who came out despite the wintry conditions!! We are so honoured to be on this River Journey with each of you. Marly Day Tray Cee Candace Day Neveau Jon Cada Cleis Gizikgut-Neveau James Stephens Varrick Grimes Ruth Howard Miranda Bouchard Diana Blazek Gillian Lloyd Cory Munro Pat O'Gorman Zachary Schryer-Lefebvre Julie Schryer And big thanks to our funders - the Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario, Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada, and Ontario Trillium Foundation and our community partners AlgomaTrad, Jumblies Theatre and Mississauga First Nation for making it all possible! ... See MoreSee Less

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So excited to see our friends at Ahuri Theatre / 国際劇団アユリテアトル are going to be remounting this piece! If you can please go see it, you will not be disappointed that you get to share in the experience of this beautiful show.
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What Dream it Was

February 17, 2017, 10:00am

Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre

Produced by Ahuri Theatre and the Bottom's Dream Collective Presented in partnership with the Miles Nadal JCC What Dream it Was is an interactive theatrical playground inspired by Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. It is an immersive installation created and facilitated by artists with different abilities. In the bleak of winter, we invite you into a warm space to participate in a number of artistic activities including music, visual art, live performance and sensory experiences. It is a relaxed environment where visitors can engage at their own pace, according to their own interests and abilities. This relaxed experience lasts approximately 60 minutes, but visitors are free to come and go as they wish. It is suitable for all ages and abilities. The Miles Nadal JCC is TTC accessible and includes accessible washrooms and spaces.There will be ASL interpretation and attendant care available for visitors (if you require these, please call 416-419-0516). All youth 14 & under must be accompanied by an adult. As part of our commitment to making this work accessible, admission to the installation is by donation at the door. However, for those who feel they can afford to pay, we are offering a limited number of prepaid tickets ($25 general, $15 youth) that allows the purchaser to jump to the front of the line. PUBLIC SHOWING DATES: Friday, February 17 (Special PA Day Student shows.) 10:00am - 12:00pm & 2:00pm Saturday, February 18: 10:00am-12:00pm & 2:00pm Sunday, February 19 10:00am-12:00pm & 2:00pm

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Thank you so much to everyone who registered for our March Break Camp! In order to include our immediate neighbourhood (Queen's Quay to Front, and Spadina to Bathurst), we are reserving the few remaining spots for residents of our area. If you do live locally, you can register online via our website or stop by to register in person. If you live farther afield and would like to be added to a waiting list, please email jackie@jumbliestheatre.org. Please join us for our Winter Workshops, and send a message so that we can also let you know what's coming up in the spring! Thanks to everyone for their interest! ... See MoreSee Less

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#TBT to hosting the On The Ground symposium in December 2015! Organized by MABELLEarts, the symposium was to introduce the Toronto Arts Council newest granting stream, Animating Toronto Parks! As part of the programming there was a playful site specific sound and movement workshop under the Gardiner expressway led by Penny Couchie, of Aanmitaagzi, and Juliet Palmer. If you like what you see you should definitely join us tonight for dance at The Ground Floor from 7 - 8:30! ... See MoreSee Less

A choreographic workshop led by Penny Couchie & Juliet Palmer Part of On The Ground Symposium Produced by MABELLEarts & the Toronto Arts Council...

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Check out these takes on Lost Lands! Its so nice to bring our Four Lands project to the weekly Art Making workshop here at the Ground Floor. #4Lands
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Check out these takes on Lost Lands! Its so nice to bring our Four Lands project to the weekly Art Making workshop here at the Ground Floor. #4Lands

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Margaret is showing off her "Good Land": The Ground Floor Choir. Join us on Thursdays from 2:00-6:00pm as we artfully investigate our relationship to spaces through our "Four Lands" project. ... See MoreSee Less

Margaret is showing off her Good Land: The Ground Floor Choir. Join us on Thursdays from 2:00-6:00pm as we artfully investigate our relationship to spaces through our Four Lands project.

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“A Year With Jumblies” with Nikki Shaffeeullah

February 3, 2017, 4:00pm

Jumblies Theatre

We are continuing a time-honoured Jumblies tradition by celebrating our 14th recipient of a Metcalf Foundation Performing Arts Internship grant. Thanks to this funding Nikki joined us in 2016 as Assistant Artistic Director, working on a variety of exciting projects. Come and find out more through her presentation - which will include a talk, art installation, games and more - and enjoy refreshments and good company!

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Join us tomorrow to celebrate Nikki Shaffeeullah's Jumblies Metcalf Year with Jumblies - through good company, a presentation, refreshments, and an Escape Room!
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“A Year With Jumblies” with Nikki Shaffeeullah

February 3, 2017, 4:00pm

Jumblies Theatre

We are continuing a time-honoured Jumblies tradition by celebrating our 14th recipient of a Metcalf Foundation Performing Arts Internship grant. Thanks to this funding Nikki joined us in 2016 as Assistant Artistic Director, working on a variety of exciting projects. Come and find out more through her presentation - which will include a talk, art installation, games and more - and enjoy refreshments and good company!

“A Year With Jumblies” with Nikki Shaffeeullah

#TBT to our wonderful performance of Take This Card, composed by Emilie LeBel in June, 2016 at the Gardiner Museum in partnership with Soundstreams! It was performed by our very own Ground Floor Choir with soloists Sarah Albu, Hussein Janmohamed, Alex Samaras, and Maryem Tollar. This piece was created through a series of postcard sent between Emilie LeBel in Missoula and Choir Members in Toronto. ... See MoreSee Less

composed by Emilie LeBel performed by The Ground Floor Choir Sarah Albu, Hussein Janmohamed, Maryem Tollar, & Alex Samaras conducted by Shifra...

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Jumblies March Break Camp just got even better! On Thursday we will be traveling to the Fort York Toronto Public Library branch for part of the afternoon to experiment with their movie-making technology, including a green screen and professional recording equipment. Come make and animate a cardboard CityPlace with us this March!

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Jumblies March Break Camp just got even better! On Thursday we will be traveling to the Fort York Toronto Public Library branch for part of the afternoon to experiment with their movie-making technology, including a green screen and professional recording equipment. Come make and animate a cardboard CityPlace with us this March!

Register here: http://ow.ly/KLL7308xz76

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We're delighted to have visual/digital artist and Jumblies Theatre intern Bianca Morgan helping us in the Mabelle Sewing Room the next few weeks!

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Looking back a few weeks to our January Artfare Essentials, with sites visits to three great places: Arts4All, the Community Arts Guild, and MABELLEarts pictured here:
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Welcoming visitors from @jumbliestheatre Artfare Essentials to the Mabelle Office today! #communityarts

Looking back a few weeks to our January Artfare Essentials, with sites visits to three great places: Arts4All, the Community Arts Guild, and MABELLEarts pictured here:

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The Sewing Room is meeting on Tuesdays from 10:00 - 3:00pm every Thursday and Friday in January and February! Come join in!

Beautiful sewing with MABELLEarts!

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Newcomer and Refugee Artist Mentorship program Info Session

February 15, 2017, 1:00pm

Toronto Centre for the Arts

Interested in applying to Toronto Arts Council’s Newcomer and Refugee Artist Mentorship program? Attend our information session at Toronto Centre for the Arts on February 15th! The Newcomer and Refugee Artist Mentorship program provides funding for newcomer and refugee professional artists to be mentored in their chosen artistic discipline. Deadline to apply is May 1st, 2017. For more information on the program, visit: www.torontoartscouncil.org/newcomer INFORMATION SESSION Join Rupal Shah from Toronto Arts Council and Inés Aguileta from Neighbourhood Arts Network to learn more about the Newcomer and Refugee Artist Mentorship program. We will be talking about who is eligible to apply, how to find a mentor and how to get started on your application.. Date: Wednesday, February 15th Time: 1 – 3 pm Location: Toronto Centre for the Arts, Lower Gallery 5040 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario M2N 6R8 This venue is wheelchair accessible. Please e-mail rupal@torontoartscouncil.org to reserve your spot in the session. Include your full name as well as any translation services or accessibility services you require. The Newcomer and Refugee Artist Mentorship program is open only to professional artists who arrived in Canada after January 1, 2010 and who live in the City of Toronto. Info session hosted in collaboration with North York Arts. ---------- Additional Info Sessions are taking place on: Tuesday, February 21st 6-8 pm Scarborough Arts Bluff Gallery 1859 Kingston Road, Scarborough, ON M1N 1T3 www.facebook.com/events/1708567622788176/ Wednesday, February 22nd 3-5 pm pm UrbanArts Community Arts Council 5 Bartonville Ave E, York, ON M6M 2B1 www.facebook.com/events/161974290955555/

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March Break Camp: Cardboard Creations & Stop-Motion Animations

March 13, 2017, 1:00pm

Jumblies Theatre

A Jumblies Theatre March Break Camp for children ages 6 to 16 March 13th to 17th, 1:00-5:00pm Located at The Ground Floor, 132 Fort York Blvd. Toronto, Ontario Activate your imaginations! Join us in imagining and building a cardboard version of our neighbourhood and bring it to life through stop-motion animation. Exploring and expressing stories of the neighbourhood's past, present, and future. Free! Donations welcome. Register in person at The Ground Floor or online through jumbliestheare.org Email jackie@jumbliestheatre.org with any questions or for more information

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We are so excited for our March Break Camp! Registration opens soon!

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“A Year With Jumblies” with Nikki Shaffeeullah

February 3, 2017, 4:00pm

Jumblies Theatre

We are continuing a time-honoured Jumblies tradition by celebrating our 14th recipient of a Metcalf Foundation Performing Arts Internship grant. Thanks to this funding Nikki joined us in 2016 as Assistant Artistic Director, working on a variety of exciting projects. Come and find out more through her presentation - which will include a talk, art installation, games and more - and enjoy refreshments and good company!

“A Year With Jumblies” with Nikki Shaffeeullah

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“A Year With Jumblies” with Nikki Shaffeeullah

February 3, 2017, 4:00pm

Jumblies Theatre

We are continuing a time-honoured Jumblies tradition by celebrating our 14th recipient of a Metcalf Foundation Performing Arts Internship grant. Thanks to this funding Nikki joined us in 2016 as Assistant Artistic Director, working on a variety of exciting projects. Come and find out more through her presentation - which will include a talk, art installation, games and more - and enjoy refreshments and good company!

“A Year With Jumblies” with Nikki Shaffeeullah

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We are so excited for our March Break Camp! Registration opens soon!

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A Valentine's event with our friends Clay AndPaper!
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The Big Smooch - A Fundraiser for Clay and Paper Theatre

February 18, 2017, 7:30pm

Clay & Paper Theatre

You are all cordially invited to THE BIG SMOOCH, A Valentine’s Variety Show Fundraiser for Clay and Paper Theatre on Saturday, February 18th. Join us for an eclectic mix of puppetry, live music and a visit down memory lane with some of Clay and Paper’s more political and satirical songs and theatrics. Throw in a naughty puppet kissing booth and a dance band at the end of the night and we’ve got a charming evening of absurdities and dubious refinements. THE BIG SMOOCH LINEUP With your host: Christopher Sawchyn Captain Cowboy and the Money Maker Maryem Hassan Tollar Moyo Rainos Mutamba From Shak Shak, Chris Wilson and Roger Gibbs Rutherford (Andrew Gaboury) Maria Wodzinska Oriane Tala Edwards Andrea Kuzmich, Mario Morello, Shalva Makharashvili The Thirsty Strings with Jesse Corrigan & Tony Allen AND MORE! We can’t wait to see you at our fundraiser, THE BIG SMOOCH. But if you can’t make it, you can always donate online to Clay and Paper Theatre through Canada Helps: www.canadahelps.org/dn/5667 Our charitable tax number is 899324263RP0001. Clay and Paper Theatre was founded in 1994 by David Anderson, longtime theatre activist, producer of new Canadian work, and defender of public space. Now in its 23rd season, Clay & Paper Theatre’s mandate is to create, develop and perform multi-disciplinary, community-driven theatrical works using narrative theatre and large-scale puppetry in public spaces for large and diverse audiences. Clay & Paper Theatre produces plays, pageants and parades with the community, grounded in the idea that performance in public space is an act of cultural transformation. Our practice of building, rehearsing, and performing in full public view is an attempt on our part to “bring back the commons,” reunite art with the daily life of the community, and to make art accessible to all. LOCATION FOR THE BIG SMOOCH: The Clay & Paper Theatre Studio 300 Campbell Ave, Suite 212 (South West corner of 1485 Dupont St and Campbell Ave, west of Lansdowne) Doors open 7:30pm; Variety show: 8pm Dancing: 10pm TICKETS ARE AT THE DOOR ONLY: $20 Entry Donation Bar and merchandise available For any enquiries: 416-708-3332 clayandpaper@gmail.com www.clayandpapertheatre.org

The Big Smooch - A Fundraiser for Clay and Paper Theatre

Visualizing how all our workshops at The Ground Floor & across the country (#4lands, #talkingtreaties), are part of #TouchingGroundFestival! ... See MoreSee Less

Visualizing how all our workshops at The Ground Floor & across the country (#4lands, #talkingtreaties), are part of #TouchingGroundFestival!

Doing a little production planning for #TouchingGroundFestival coming this May & June all across Toronto!✨🎉 Stay tuned for more info 👀 ... See MoreSee Less

Doing a little production planning for #TouchingGroundFestival coming this May & June all across Toronto!✨🎉 Stay tuned for more info 👀

Our Winter Workshops start this Thursday at The Ground Floor! Join us for Art Making from 2:00-6:00pm, followed by Dance from 7:00-8:30pm. Free! Everyone is welcome. ... See MoreSee Less

Our Winter Workshops start this Thursday at The Ground Floor! Join us for Art Making from 2:00-6:00pm, followed by Dance from 7:00-8:30pm. Free! Everyone is welcome.

Our Winter Workshop schedule is now up in the window of The Ground Floor! Join us next week, on Thursday, for our 1st Art Making Workshop! ... See MoreSee Less

Our Winter Workshop schedule is now up in the window of The Ground Floor! Join us next week, on Thursday, for our 1st Art Making Workshop!

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Winter Workshops - Starting January 26th

March 17, 2017, 1:00pm

Jumblies Theatre

Jumblies is excited to be launching another season of workshops at the Ground Floor. All of our workshops are free to attend. You are welcome to stop by for a few sessions or join us for the entire season. Either way, you will be contributing to our Touching Ground Festival: a festival of new works created over the past 3 years with CityPlace residents happening in May and June. Choir Learn new songs composed for our performances Wednesdays, 6:30-8:00pm February 1st to March 15th All ages Art Making Make objects large and mini, fabric creations, and more Thursdays, 2:00-6:00pm January 26th to March 9th All ages Dance Work with choreographers on original dance pieces Thursdays, 7:00-8:30pm January 26th to March 9th 16+ and Adults (no upper age limit) CityPlace Chornicles: March Break Intensive Explore and express sotries of the neighbourhood's past, present and future. Monday, March 13th to Friday, March 17th 1:00-5:00pm Ages 8-16 Registration required As always, we aim to offer barrier-free arts programming. If there is anything we can do to help you access our workshops, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Winter Workshops - Starting January 26th

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Dance at The Ground Floor - Thursdays January 26th to March 9th

March 9, 2017, 7:00pm

Jumblies Theatre

Dance at The Ground Floor! with Lilia Leon and Jumblies Theatre THURSDAYS from 7:00- 8:30 pm January 26th - March 9th 2016 *Ages 16+ with no upper age limit *All levels, abilities and experience levels welcome *Attendance for all sessions is encouraged but not mandatory * Free (donations always appreciated) Move and dance to recorded and live music. Get in touch with your creativity through guided improvisations with movement, sound, text & storytelling. Part of Jumblies' creative explorations, and community and skills development for our Spring 2017 Touching Ground Festival of new works. LOCATION: The Ground Floor 132 Fort York Blvd. Toronto, Ontario Accessible through Bathurst and Spadina streetcars as well as the 121 Fort York- Esplenade bus. To rsvp or to find out more contact: 416-203-8428 jackie@jumbliestheatre.org More info on this and other Jumblies’ activities here: www.jumbliestheatre.org

Dance at The Ground Floor - Thursdays January 26th to March 9th

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So happy to be hosting The AMY Project - Artists Mentoring Youth at The Ground Floor for the second year!
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It's a big day! It's our first day of AMY 2017! We brought together participants, guest artists, directors and mentors for a delicious group meal to celebrate this new beginning! Thanks to Jumblies Theatre for hosting and to all our funders and supporters!

So happy to be hosting The AMY Project - Artists Mentoring Youth  at The Ground Floor for the second year!

So excited to share our Winter Workshop schedule! Come join us for Choir, Dance, & Art Making and be a part of our preparations for #TouchingGroundFest in May! Also we will be holding a March Break Intensive called CityPlace Chronicles which will explore and express stories about the neighbourhood's past, present, and future. Every thing is free and everyone is welcome! ... See MoreSee Less

So excited to share our Winter Workshop schedule! Come join us for Choir, Dance, & Art Making and be a part of our preparations for #TouchingGroundFest in May! Also we will be holding a March Break Intensive called CityPlace Chronicles which will explore and express stories about the neighbourhoods past, present, and future. Every thing is free and everyone is welcome!

Our 2nd #artfareessentials is kicking off this morning! So excited to work & learn with this new group of people ✨ ... See MoreSee Less

Our 2nd #artfareessentials is kicking off this morning! So excited to work & learn  with this new group of people ✨

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today in the neighbourhood - Tuesday Dec 21st
Light Tipi/ Tipi de lumière (yahkâskwan mîkiwahp)
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Light Tipi/ Tipi de lumière (yahkâskwan mîkiwahp)

December 21, 2016, 7:00pm

Fort York National Historic Site

Facilitated by Artists Cheryl L'Hirondelle and Joseph Naytowhow, Light Tipi: yahkâskwan mîkiwahp will launch LandMarks2017/Repères2017 with a community-based art activation that will bring light into the darkest day of the year. Followed by warm treats from the Fort York Historic Kitchen. Free admission. Les artistes Cheryl L’Hirondelle et Joseph Naytowhow lanceront l’événement Repères2017/LandMarks2017 avec l’action participative yahkâskwan mîkiwahp (tipi « de lumière »), qui viendra illuminer le jour le plus court de l’année. Une collation chaude de la cuisine historique de Fort York sera également servie. Entrée libre.

Light Tipi/ Tipi de lumière (yahkâskwan mîkiwahp)

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Just over a week left to submit for our storygathering training workshops in February, with an opportunity to work and tour with us next summer! Tell your friends! Submissions due December 30.

www.fixtpoint.com/2017-storygathering-training/
Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario, Canada Council, Toronto Arts Council, Jumblies Theatre, AVNU, Toronto for Everyone, The Toronto Fringe
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“I learned so much this summer, and boosted many skills – driving, audio editing, producing live events, problem-solving, working under pressure, communicating and dealing with people. Overall, despite a sometimes very steep learning curve, I feel much more confident and capable than I did six months ago.” – Alison Broverman, Ontario Interested in joining the FIXT POINT team and touring Ontario with us in 2017? We're offering two FREE storygathering workshops in February for interested artists. Space is limited, so apply soon DEADLINE: December 30, 2016. More info: www.fixtpoint.com/2017-storygathering-training/

Just over a week left to submit for our storygathering training workshops in February, with an opportunity to work and tour with us next summer! Tell your friends! Submissions due December 30.

http://www.fixtpoint.com/2017-storygathering-training/
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Images from our final 2016 Thursday night dance workshop with Lilia Leon at Jumblies' Ground Floor.
We will be back on Thursday, January 26th 7:00-8:30 pm. Open to all levels come join!
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Images from our final 2016 Thursday night dance workshop with Lilia Leon  at Jumblies Ground Floor. 
We will be back on Thursday, January 26th 7:00-8:30 pm. Open to all levels come join!

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Beautiful bulletin board, designed and built by Karis and Ange, installed at The Ground Floor and ready for bulletins to be pinned to it! ... See MoreSee Less

Beautiful bulletin board, designed and built by Karis and Ange, installed at The Ground Floor and ready for bulletins to be pinned to it!

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Introducing the #ArtfareEssentials sound-machine 🎶 Thanks to Treasa Levasseur for leading this activity, and Cedar Ridge Creative Centre for hosting it! ... See MoreSee Less

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Getting cozy at #ArtfareEssentials

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Its that time of the year again, #ArtfareEssentials! So happy to be in the room with all these wonderful new friends, making and learning together for a whole week!
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Its that time of the year again, #ArtfareEssentials! So happy to be in the room with all these wonderful new friends, making and learning together for a whole week!

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Super excited to be hosting the Liquid Voice #zine launch! 'Finding Voice' is a zine created through a summer workshop series at Parkdale Project Read facilitated by artists Fiona Raye Clarke & Sasha Tate-Howarth 📚 ... See MoreSee Less

Super excited to be hosting the Liquid Voice #zine launch! Finding Voice is a zine created through a summer workshop series at Parkdale Project Read facilitated by artists Fiona Raye Clarke & Sasha Tate-Howarth 📚

Today is the last day of our Four Lands residency in Halifax/Kjiputuk - with a final presentation and celebration this evening from 6:30 to 9:30, at NSCAD's Port Loggia (1107 Marginal Road) - featuring the All Nations Women's Drummers and other musicians and performances. If you're nearby, come and join us! All welcome!
For more info contact: ruth@jumbliestheatre.org or 647 209 9988.
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Today is the last day of our Four Lands residency in Halifax/Kjiputuk - with a final presentation and celebration this evening from 6:30 to 9:30, at NSCADs Port Loggia (1107 Marginal Road) - featuring the All Nations Womens Drummers and other musicians and performances. If youre nearby, come and join us! All welcome! 
For more info contact: ruth@jumbliestheatre.org or 647 209 9988.
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Train of Thought is off the tracks and still running, here in Mi'kmaqi!
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Train of Thought is off the tracks and still running, here in Mikmaqi!
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Join us on Sunday, December 4th for a Winter Celebration!
5:00 and 7:00pm
Community Room at 150 Dan Leckie Way (3rd Floor)
Featuring...
Performance by Ground Floor Choir
Become a Lake Create: facepainting and photobooth
Art Making and Exhibition
Light dinner and refreshments
FREE! Everyone is welcome!
This space is wheelchair accessible via elevator
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A Winter Celebration

December 4, 2016, 5:00pm

150 Dan Leckie Way

Join us on Sunday, December 4th for a Winter Celebration! 5:00 and 7:00pm Community Room at 150 Dan Leckie Way (3rd Floor) Featuring... Performance by Ground Floor Choir Become a Lake Create: facepainting and photobooth Art Making and Exhibition Light dinner and refreshments Cohosted by CityPlace Railway Lands FREE! Everyone is welcome! This space is wheelchair accessible via elevator

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A Winter Celebration

December 4, 2016, 5:00pm

150 Dan Leckie Way

Join us on Sunday, December 4th for a Winter Celebration! 5:00 and 7:00pm Community Room at 150 Dan Leckie Way (3rd Floor) Featuring... Performance by Ground Floor Choir Become a Lake Create: facepainting and photobooth Art Making and Exhibition Light dinner and refreshments Cohosted by CityPlace Railway Lands FREE! Everyone is welcome! This space is wheelchair accessible via elevator

A Winter Celebration

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Yesterday at the Shubenacadie Tin Works Museum: #4Lands

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More miniatures on the dashboard - crossing the Halifax-Dartmouth bridge: #4Lands
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More miniatures on the dashboard - crossing the Halifax-Dartmouth bridge: #4Lands

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...Today with Jumblies in Shubenacadie we worked together exceptionally well as allies. For 10 years now, i have wanted to help get a plaque or monument to commemorate all those who attended the Indian Residential School in Shubie. SO, here we were in Shubie with Four Lands, digging up history and exploring relationships and making art. At the least, I said to Ruth Howard (Jumblies Director), we need to make some art about the Ind Res School that was here. Ruth is amazing at going with the flow and she intuitively knows what is important, and she immediately agreed. Then in came Dorene Bernard, and she was right on board too. In fact, she structured the day's work on this, as she explained that the TRC had granted $500,000 in funds for this, and she told us about the design that was developed by local artist Teresa Marshall. So, it seems a out-of-province company was retained to create this monument, and money was paid to the company, and that was several years ago, and there is still no movement on the monument. This is how the story seems to fit together....!!!! Well, we all collaborated. We were family on this. Many of us helped to make our own miniature version of the monument, following the artist's design with the materials on hand, and then all of us went together to the site of the old school where there is now simply a plastics factory. We put down our miniature monument, and had a brief and moving ceremony to respect the ancestors and the survivors. ...While we were there, on a nearby property we saw the one make-shift plaque that someone created on a tree (see below). ... After most people left, while we were cleaning up, I wrote a message on brown paper in front of our miniature monument. We will be getting some movement on this soon IF YOU HELP by sharing these photos. Wela'liek. No'kmaq,

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SKETCH20:Transformations Through the Arts.

December 1, 2016, 6:30pm

Artscape Youngplace

Join SKETCH on December 1st for a transformative birthday event! For 20 years, SKETCH has championed the arts as a catalyst for social change. Since our humble beginnings, 10,000 diverse young people, 4,000 artists and activists, and hundreds of community partners have all participated in the design of this innovative arts enterprise. Along our 20-year journey, SKETCH’s core values of believing — in each other’s ingenuity and creative contributions; welcoming each other with curiosity and care—have persisted to eliminate stigma and declare how we all want to live in the world together. Join us at our 20th Birthday Event: SKETCH20 as we highlight memories and experiences that have defined SKETCH over the past 20 years through an interactive timeline installation. The experience will reveal how community arts have positively impacted poverty and homelessness in our city. Explore our studios, curated exhibitions, vending marketplace, and take in incredible performances by SKETCH Artists of the past and present. Follow @SKETCHToronto for event updates and developments on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Read up on our blog page on www.SKETCH.ca leading up to the event! 6:30pm - 7:00pm: Explore & Immerse Yourself in SKETCH Experience our journey through our interactive 20-years-in-the-making timeline, and enjoy delights courtesy of notable local chefs as you browse the wares of community artists in our SKETCH Marketplace. 7:00pm - 7:30pm: Milestone Celebration: 20 years of SKETCH 7:30pm - 10:00pm: A Theory of Change: The next 20 Experience SKETCH's impact through live music and dance performances as well as an exhibition of work by SKETCH artists of every medium! Or, keep yourself fed with even more delicious catering while you finish the journey through our interactive timeline. Witness the transformative nature of the arts!

SKETCH20:Transformations Through the Arts.

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We were so excited to bring our Artmaking Drop-in to the Fort York Brnch of the Toronto Public Library last Thursday! We got to make puppet shows and design CityPlace billboards with so many new friends in that beautiful building. Thanks everyone who came out and joined us!
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We were so excited to bring our Artmaking Drop-in to the Fort York Brnch of the Toronto Public Library last Thursday! We got to make puppet shows and design CityPlace billboards with so many new friends in that beautiful building. Thanks everyone who came out and joined us!

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Saturday's miniatures (from Team Possible and Wonder'neath Art Society) photographed by Adrienne in our Sunday location: #FourLands
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Saturdays miniatures (from Team Possible and Wonderneath Artist Studios) photographed by Adrienne in our Sunday location: #FourLands

Jumblies Theatre added 9 new photos — with Dorene Bernard and Sadie Beaton.

More photos from today's workshop and excursion to Cooks Brook and the Treaty Truck House. Many thanks to our hosts and protectors of the water. #FourLands
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More photos from todays workshop and excursion to Cooks Brook and the Treaty Truck House. Many thanks to our hosts and protectors of the water.  #FourLands

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Today's Four Lands excursion to the Shubenacadie area: making art with brave, generous and creative water activists and protectors, and visiting the Treaty Truck House to try and catch the tidal bore. #FourLands
Thanks - welalin - to our hosts, as well as to the Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario and Inspirit Foundation
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Some of today's images from the Treaty Truck House, by the River... with Dale Andrew Poulette

Todays Four Lands excursion to the Shubenacadie area: making art with brave, generous and creative water activists and protectors, and visiting the Treaty Truck House to try and catch the tidal bore. #FourLands
Thanks - welalin - to our hosts, as well as to the Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de lOntario and Inspirit Foundation

Jumblies Theatre added 9 new photos — with Jillian Arthur.

On Saturday, our second day in Halifax/Kjipuktuk, we launched our Four Lands miniature-making with groups at Team Possible and Wonder'neath Art Society.

Thanks to the Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario and Inspirit Foundation for funding this tour and young artists taking part in it. #Four Lands
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On Saturday, our second day in Halifax/Kjipuktuk, we launched our Four Lands miniature-making with groups at Team Possible and Wonderneath Artist Studios. 

Thanks to the Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de lOntario and Inspirit Foundation for funding this tour and young artists taking part in it. #Four Lands

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Photo by Keith Martin, from Realms of Refuge with Vancouver Moving Theatre, Nov. 2016 #FourLands
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Photo by Keith Martin, from Realms of Refuge with Vancouver Moving Theatre, Nov. 2016 #FourLands

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Making Waves on Thursday mornings... with Marianne of Jumblies, Sasha of the Community Arts Guild and Tamil Seniors at East Scarborough Storefront (a program of Scarborough Centre for Healthy Communities):
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Making Waves on Thursday mornings... with Marianne of Jumblies, Sasha of the Community Arts Guild and Tamil Seniors at East Scarborough Storefront (a program of Scarborough Centre for Healthy Communities):

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So much happening at the Fort York Library! Nikki and Liz are creating puppets shows with some new friends 💖 ... See MoreSee Less

So much happening at the Fort York Library! Nikki and Liz are creating puppets shows with some new friends 💖

This week we migrated our artmaking activities to the Toronto Public Library on Fort York Blvd! We will be here till 6 pm if you are in #CityPlace 🏢 ... See MoreSee Less

This week we migrated our artmaking activities to the Toronto Public Library on Fort York Blvd! We will be here till 6 pm if you are in #CityPlace 🏢

The Ground Floor is going on a field trip! Join us today at the Fort York Library (190 Fort York Blvd) between 4:30 and 6:00pm for some FREE art making. Everyone is welcome! ... See MoreSee Less

The Ground Floor is going on a field trip! Join us today at the Fort York Library (190 Fort York Blvd) between 4:30 and 6:00pm for some FREE art making. Everyone is welcome!

Starting this weekend we are bringing #4Lands to the Maritimes! Join us for Part 1 in Halifax and environs, Nov 19-26th, for artmaking activities, including drawing, words, miniature-making, cultural sharing, music, and gentle performance at the Port Loggia Gallery, NSCAD University and other locations.

Four Lands is a Jumblies collaborative touring project, bringing together visiting and local artists and community members to create and animate miniature worlds expressing differing perspectives on the places we live: Goodland, Badland, Lostland, Dreamland. Destinations in 2016 have included Thunder Bay, The Ottawa Valley, Sioux Lookout, Kenora, and Vancouver. Four lands will be coming to Toronto and returning to Maritimes and other destinations in 2017.

Four Lands in Halifax is supported by the Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario (National Touring Programmes), and the Inspirit Foundation (through our Youth Artist Exchange Program).
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Starting this weekend we are bringing #4Lands to the Maritimes!  Join us for Part 1 in Halifax and environs, Nov 19-26th, for artmaking activities, including drawing, words, miniature-making, cultural sharing, music, and gentle performance at the Port Loggia Gallery, NSCAD University and other locations. 

Four Lands is a Jumblies collaborative touring project, bringing together visiting and local artists and community members to create and animate miniature worlds expressing differing perspectives on the places we live: Goodland, Badland, Lostland, Dreamland. Destinations in 2016 have included Thunder Bay, The Ottawa Valley, Sioux Lookout, Kenora, and Vancouver. Four lands will be coming to Toronto and  returning to Maritimes and other destinations in 2017. 

Four Lands in Halifax is supported by the Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de lOntario (National Touring Programmes), and the Inspirit Foundation (through our Youth Artist Exchange Program).

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Jumblies "messy-blue-painted" paper migrated to Arts4All for creation of wierd and wonderful fish and lake creatures.
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Jumblies messy-blue-painted paper migrated to Arts4All for creation of wierd and wonderful fish and lake creatures.

Announcing Intergeneracial's 'From Their Lips' performance happening on DEC 1st, 7:30pm at University of Toronto Hart House Debates Room! If you missed it the first time you are in luck; go see this wonderful piece of theatre performed by amazing artists. ... See MoreSee Less

Announcing Intergeneracials From Their Lips performance happening on DEC 1st, 7:30pm at University of Toronto Hart House Debates Room! If you missed it the first time you are in luck; go see this wonderful piece of theatre performed by amazing artists.

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Nikki and Liz performing CityPlace political satirical finger puppet shows directed by Bill and Moses:
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Nikki and Liz performing CityPlace political satirical finger puppet shows directed by Bill and Moses:

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Shifra, Alaska, Britta and The Ground Floor Choir recording 'On Tuesdays', composed by Kyle Brenders with words by Ange Loft, for our CityPlace audio walking tour.
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Shifra, Alaska, Britta and The Ground Floor Choir recording On Tuesdays, composed by Kyle Brenders with words by Ange Loft, for our CityPlace audio walking tour.

Welcome to Badland... start of a possible miniature window display at The Ground Floor - made by Keith McNair. ... See MoreSee Less

Welcome to Badland... start of a possible miniature window display at The Ground Floor - made by Keith McNair.

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Animating Toronto Parks Info Session: Etobicoke

November 16, 2016, 2:00pm

MABELLEarts

Animating Toronto Parks Information Sessions will provide information on best practices for presenting in parks and community engagement practices. It is highly recommended that new applicants to the Animating Toronto Parks grants program attend an information session prior to completing an application. This is information you will need in order to present a comprehensive application. Please read the guidelines in detail before attending. Info session spaces are limited. Please RSVP: www.eventbrite.ca/e/animating-toronto-parks-etobicoke-info-session-tickets-28944453640?aff=erelpa... Date & Time: Wednesday, November 16, 2016, 2:00-3:30pm Location: MABELLEarts, 5005 Dundas Street West Toronto ON M9A 4Y6 BUZZER: 357 TTC: Islington subway station (10 minutes away) Hosted by Erika Hennebury, Grants Officer, Strategic Programs, Toronto Arts Council, Leah Houston, Artistic Director, and Shifra Cooper, Project Manager, MABELLEarts, this info session will provide comprehensive information for the Animating Toronto Parks grants program along with best practices and examples from 2016. The Animating Toronto Parks online application, guidelines and list of parks can be found on our website: torontoartscouncil.org. Application deadline is December 1, 2016. For further information on this program, contact Grants Officer Erika Hennebury at erika@torontoartscouncil.org or 416-392-6802 x 219 Photo credit: MABELLEarts, Show us a Shiny Thing, Broadacres Park, 2016, photo by Liam Coo

Animating Toronto Parks Info Session: Etobicoke

Jumblies Theatre shared The Root's People of Color Win at the 2016 Election.

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About 50 people attended an evening of tea and conversation about Truth and Reconciliation. Host Renae Morriseau and guests Rosemary Georgeson, Kat Norris, and Sam Bob shared their experiences and discussed decolonization and what reconciliation means to them. Other guests included tea artist Sophi Liang and poet Hiromi Goto. This conversation took place in the midst of Realms of Refuge, a community arts residency and evolving gallery that has been taking place the past 2 weeks at the InterUrban Gallery.

On Wednesday evening at choir we had recording equipment brought in. You can just see the microphone behind Jackie.

One of the songs we have been learning, "On Tuesday" has been recorded acapella. The composer is going to add the music behind it and it will be used for a walking tour application.
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On Wednesday evening at choir we had recording equipment brought in.  You can just see the microphone behind Jackie.

One of the songs we have been learning, On Tuesday has been recorded acapella. The composer is going to add the music behind it and it will be used for a walking tour application.

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Join "Four Lands" Community Art-Making in Sipekne'katik

November 20, 2016, 1:00pm

Nov 20: Cooks Brook, 21st: Shubenacadie, 22nd-26th: Halifax, addresses below

*Four Lands* is about neglected histories, urgent themes and personal perspectives, especially about the fractured history between Indigenous and other Peoples in Canada. In a gentle and fun way, Ruth Howard (Artistic Director for Jumblies Theatre) and her team will help us uncover, share, explore, and express our relationships to the land and the water and our relations, for example: -- what we like, and what we want to change… -- what we remember, have learned… -- what we have been taught or know about places and times… -- what we wish for, dream of, imagine… Jumblies supports and integrates people's visual arts, stories, music, and all other forms of creative expression. ITINERARY: Nov 20-21: *** WATER IS LIFE *** WATER UNITES US *** The cover photo is called Feather on The River. It was taken by the Treaty Truck House, next to the Alton Gas site, while waiting for the tidal bore to come in... >> On the 20th from 1 - 5:30 pm >> we are invited to the home of Water Protector Paula MacMillan, at 81 Keddy Road in Cooks Brook (B0N1X0). We'll start sharing local themes and stories in creative ways including, of course, about protecting our waters. Water gives us nourishment, solace, and delight. We <3 Water. >> On the 21st from 10 am - 8 pm >> with Dorene Bernard's assistance, Jumblies has rented the Shubenacadie Legion Hall, at 42 Mill Village Road (B0N 2H0). The day will be spent in sharing stories and art-making, ending with a potluck supper and a presentation of the what we create. ...it is hoped that some of those involved on Nov 20/21 will follow Four Lands south for the next few days... Nov 22-26: **Halifax/Kijipuktuk Stories, Art-Making, Music, More** ALL ACTIVITIES in Halifax will be at the Port Loggia Gallery, NSCAD University, 1107 Marginal Rd, Halifax (B3J3J6). >>> Tues. Nov. 22 - Artmaking from 2-6 pm at the Port Loggia Gallery >>> Weds. Nov 23 -- a creative Strategic Design session on Protecting Sipekne'katik Waters, for all Peace & Friendship Treaty Allies, with Sadie Beaton, Ann Pohl, and others -- from 10 am - 2 pm, bring yer own brown bag lunch -- after that follow us to the new Halifax Library for a talk about Water Protection with Dorene Bernard, and then perhaps more plans for later in the day... Stay Tuned >>> Thurs. Nov. 24 - Artmaking - 2-5pm, 7:00-9:30pm >>> Fri. Nov. 25 - Artmaking - 2-5pm >>> Sat. Nov. 26 - Artmaking - 10am-4pm, which will be followed by a *** Closing Presentation & Celebration *** 7:00 - 9:30 pm --- Work from two other Jumblies threads in Halifax area will be included in this Grand Finale as well. Come join us. Come when you can, stay as long as you like. Free admission. Family friendly. No special talent required. All ages welcome. Bring your enthusiasm, a creative soul, and an interest to gather to share stories and friendship, through the arts. Potluck food donations welcome. "Four Lands" is supported by the Canada Council for the Arts and other funders for this touring project. Many photos on this page are from other communities that Four Lands has visited. Visiting Artists & Organizers: Ruth Howard, Adrienne Marcus Raja, Julia Hune Brown, Merle Harley, Ann Pohl, Anna Sprague, Melissa Marr and Heather Wilkinson (Wonder'neath), Dramatic Changes, All Nations Drummers, Richard Dreidger, and others will be joining... All Four Lands tales and work from communities visited by Jumblies will be woven together into a production in the summer of 2017, but OF COURSE people can keep what they create, if they wish. <3

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On Monday we were so pleased to host Arts4All at our AD, Ruth Howard's, Island home for a beautiful afternoon of art activities & BBQing! At sunset we all went down to the beach to filled tins of film full of sand. The film is being used by Sofia Bohdanowicz n her creation of an animated video to accompany 'The View From Here' a musical piece created about #CityPlace, composed by Norbert Palej.
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On Monday we were so pleased to host Arts4All at our AD, Ruth Howards, Island home for a beautiful afternoon of art activities & BBQing! At sunset we all went down to the beach to filled tins of film full of sand. The film is being used by Sofia Bohdanowicz n her creation of an animated video to accompany The View From Here a musical piece created about #CityPlace, composed by Norbert Palej.

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Jumblies Theatre shared Jenny Kwan's video.

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The Survivor Totem Pole is a magnificent symbol of deep convictions, strength, courage and beauty. It stands tall and proud to take its place at Pigeon Park in recognition of all those who have survived colonialism, extreme traumas, all forms of discrimination, poverty, violence and untold hardships. It speaks to the strength of the human spirit and the power of the coming together of all the nations - united with one heart - to say that those who still face oppression and not alone in their struggles. It's an enormous honour for me to witness the long journey of the Survivor Totem Pole from its inception to its installation. Congratulations to everyone who have contributed to this reality with special recognition to Gil Kitt Jaad, Bernie Williams, the only female apprentice of the late Bill Reid, who led the design and carving of the pole. Her teachings and guidance also shone a light on the nine carvers who braved this journey. Together they've planted the seed of hope for all. In the face of the struggles ahead, let's work together to ensure the ray of hope triumphs as we honour the survivors. www.JennyKwan.ndp.ca

Henry Martinuk added a new photo to Jumblies Theatre's timeline — at Niagara St Public School.

Good to meet Ang from Jumblies Theatre on the Treaties Treaties Walk & hear about next year's events being planned.
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Good to meet Ang from Jumblies Theatre on the Treaties Treaties Walk & hear about next years events being planned.

Excited to be hosting a day of art activities and a BBQ for the Arts4All at our AD Ruth Howard's home on Ward's Island! ... See MoreSee Less

Excited to be hosting a day of art activities and a BBQ for the Arts4All at our AD Ruth Howards home on Wards Island!

The International Centre of Art for Social Change shared Heart of the City Festival's album.

Great stuff at Realms of Refuge, a community arts residency and evolving gallery at the InterUrban Gallery!

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About 50 people attended an evening of tea and conversation about Truth and Reconciliation. Host Renae Morriseau and guests Rosemary Georgeson, Kat Norris, and Sam Bob shared their experiences and discussed decolonization and what reconciliation means to them. Other guests included tea artist Sophi Liang and poet Hiromi Goto. This conversation took place in the midst of Realms of Refuge, a community arts residency and evolving gallery that has been taking place the past 2 weeks at the InterUrban Gallery.

Great stuff at Realms of Refuge, a community arts residency and evolving gallery at the InterUrban Gallery!

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