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Jumblies is back for the fall !!

Following Talking Treaties, we are starting up our Arts Drop-In on Tuesdays from 4:00 to 6:00pm, featuring more ceramics and gardening with Parker, beading with Jamie and Ashley, fabric arts and food with Marianne - and other artful pursuits to come!
Free! Everyone welcome! Transportation and other supports provided. Wheelchair accessible.

TO JOIN IN or with questions, contact: info@jumbliestheatre.org

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As 2018 comes to a close, please consider making a donation to Jumblies to support the next phase of Talking Treaties.

If you attended our Talking Treaties Spectacle at Historic Fort York this October, you’ll have experienced just one outcome of this multi-year ‘project’ that artfully shares Toronto’s Indigenous and treaty histories, present, and possible futures.

Continuing under the direction of Ange Loft in collaboration with Victoria Freeman, we are creating new events and resources to share more widely, including:

- a short film including scenes from the Spectacle,
- an illustrated treaty resource book sharing the knowledge gathered through this project
- an installation featured at the 2019 Toronto Biennial, and
- a creative partnership with Black Creek Pioneer Village

Your contribution will help make all this happen, if you’re able, please donate and Keep Us Talking (Treaties)!

Donations can also be through our page at www.canadahelps.org/en/dn/8766 or via cheque payable to ‘Jumblies Theatre’ and mailed to Jumblies Theatre, 126 Fort York Blvd, Toronto, ON M5V 0E3.

Photo Credit: Kitsune Soleil performing at the 2017 Talking Treaties.
Photographed by Liam Coo.

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As 2018 comes to a close, please consider making a donation to Jumblies to support the next phase of Talking Treaties.

If you attended our Talking Treaties Spectacle at Historic Fort York this October, you’ll have experienced just one outcome of this multi-year ‘project’ that artfully shares Toronto’s Indigenous and treaty histories, present, and possible futures.

Continuing under the direction of Ange Loft in collaboration with Victoria Freeman, we are creating new events and resources to share more widely, including:

- a short film including scenes from the Spectacle,
- an illustrated treaty resource book sharing the knowledge gathered through this project
- an installation featured at the 2019 Toronto Biennial, and
- a creative partnership with Black Creek Pioneer Village

Your contribution will help make all this happen, if you’re able, please donate and Keep Us Talking (Treaties)!

Donations can also be through our page at https://www.canadahelps.org/en/dn/8766 or via cheque payable to ‘Jumblies Theatre’ and mailed to Jumblies Theatre, 126 Fort York Blvd, Toronto, ON M5V 0E3. 

Photo Credit: Kitsune Soleil performing at the 2017 Talking Treaties. 
Photographed by Liam Coo.

More info at 
http://www.jumbliestheatre.org/jumblies/keep-us-talking-treaties

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Join us Wednesday for the last webinar in the series with a focus on Parks as Safe Landing Places for Newcomers – A Look at MABELLEarts Approach to Community Arts #communityarts #newcomers Can't wait to see you there! parkpeople.ca/webinars

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#JumbliesThrowback Last winter in February 2017, Jumblies was at the Harbourfront Centre and a miniature world was built, populated and animated out of assorted art supplies and found objects – expressing experiences, memories, stories & imaginings of wintery Northern landscapes.
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#JumbliesThrowback Last winter in February 2017, Jumblies was at the Harbourfront Centre and a miniature world was built, populated and animated out of assorted art supplies and found objects – expressing experiences, memories, stories & imaginings of wintery Northern landscapes.

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. Deadline is 21 Dec 2018. 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. Deadline is 21 Dec 2018. Click below to find out more about our guidelines and applications process:
http://www.jumbliestheatre.org/jumblies/recommender

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A nice day to head over to 401 Richmond Street West to art works at Tangled Art + Disability
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Tangled Art + Disability is working to fight stereotypes and position disability art as vital to the Canadian arts sector.

Jumblies Theatre shared Made in Exile Theatre's album: Community Screening.

Congrats to Made in Exile Theatre for the success of their Tibetan Youth Mentorship Program and the showcasing of finish works at their community screening.
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Big thanks to the community for coming out to our Community Screening of the works created by the Tibetan Youth Filmmentor Program. After 12 weeks of workshops, collaborative creation and growth the Tibetan Youth Filmmentor Program invited the community to a screening of their two short films showcasing the stories of our Elders. We were honoured to have hosted a space for our community to engage in the arts as a way for us to celebrate our complex and powerful stories of survival and resilience. Thank you to all our participants, community partners, volunteers and Elders for making this all possible!

Congrats to Made in Exile Theatre for the success of their Tibetan Youth Mentorship Program and the showcasing of finish works at their community screening.

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Acknowledging today as International Day of Persons with disabilities. Ahuri Theatre / 国際劇団アユリテアトル
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We’re marking International Day of Persons with disabilities by sharing the work of Ahuri Theatre / 国際劇団アユリテアトル..

Acknowledging today as International Day of Persons with disabilities. Ahuri Theatre / 国際劇団アユリテアトル

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As winter starts creeping in, we look back to the garden planted in summer filled with music, performances, food, smiles and laughter. #jumbliesthrowback
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As winter starts creeping in, we look back to the garden planted in summer filled with music, performances, food, smiles and laughter. #jumbliesthrowback

Yesterday evening, Jamie, Tijana and Bella led some really cool story telling sessions during our Thursday’s performance troupe and choir time at The Ground Floor. So fun!! Photo by Ashley Riley. ... See MoreSee Less

Yesterday evening, Jamie, Tijana and Bella led some really cool story telling sessions during our Thursday’s performance troupe and choir time at The Ground Floor. So fun!! Photo by Ashley Riley.

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Tonight in #Toronto! Free showing of Cowboy from Flin Flon featuring Ken Harrower at Pia Bouman School for Ballet and Creative Movement
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Tonight we present a showing of our first development phase of the Cowboy From Flin Flon at 7pm at Pia Bouman School. It's free! Thank you to Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario Toronto Arts Council Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada for all the support!

Tonight in #Toronto! Free showing of Cowboy from Flin Flon featuring Ken Harrower at Pia Bouman School for Ballet and Creative Movement

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Jumblies artists, Jamie, Tijana and Bella, are leading imrpov workshops over at @Arts4All!
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Theatre Improv is super fun with Tijana Spasic and Jamie Oshkabewisens at Arts4All Players!! Join us for improv night Dec. 10th at 6:30 p.m.

Jumblies artists, Jamie, Tijana and Bella, are leading imrpov workshops over at @Arts4All!

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It’s ceramic glazing day today at our regular drop-in time (Tuesday, 4-6pm). Come over to glaze with Parker and bead with Jamie at our Ground Floor Studio while keeping warm with spinach and potato soup that Marianne made today!!!
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It’s ceramic glazing day today at our regular drop-in time (Tuesday, 4-6pm). Come over to glaze with Parker and bead with Jamie at our Ground Floor Studio while keeping warm with spinach and potato soup that Marianne made today!!!

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#JumbliesThrowback Summer 2018, some of us went up to #Algoma to join Thinking Rock Community Arts for #AlgomaTrad Camp. It was all spoon people and beading fun! Also with music and dance every day every night! Photos by Ruth
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#JumbliesThrowback Summer 2018, some of us went up to #Algoma to join Thinking Rock Community Arts for #AlgomaTrad Camp. It was all spoon people and beading fun! Also with music and dance every day every night! Photos by Ruth

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Need help with the production of a community-engaged arts project? Make it happen with this program. www.arts.on.ca/grants/artists-in-communities-and-schools-projects?lang=en-ca

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Melanie Fernandez♥️ 'Endings' a personal and community experience... of the twists and turns, beauty and not so beautiful 'Endings'

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Big day today. It’s almost showtime for Endings! A final presentation showcasing weeks of rehearsals with Lieke, Vania, Keith, Shifra, The Gather Round Singers, and many Jumblies contributing artists. 🙂
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Big day today. It’s almost showtime for  Endings! A final presentation showcasing weeks of rehearsals with Lieke, Vania, Keith, Shifra, The Gather Round Singers, and many Jumblies contributing artists. 🙂

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Margaret SumadhOooooh wish I was there.. miss you guys and the singing..

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It's ENDINGS showcase tomorrow evening! 22 Nov 2018. 7pm at Grace Centre For The Arts in Grace Toronto Church - Downtown located at 383 Jarvis Street. We are excited to once again be performing this beautiful piece by Lieke van Der Voort, inspired by #ClaudeVivier’s Musik für das Ende, and accompanied by soprano Vania Chan and baritone Keith Lam. #excited #Toronto #communitychoir #communityarts #opera More info at ow.ly/C1Ca30mws4f ... See MoreSee Less

Its ENDINGS showcase tomorrow evening! 22 Nov 2018. 7pm at Grace Centre For The Arts in Grace Toronto Church - Downtown  located at 383 Jarvis Street. We are excited to once again be performing this beautiful piece by Lieke van Der Voort, inspired by #ClaudeVivier’s Musik für das Ende, and accompanied by soprano Vania Chan and baritone Keith Lam. #excited #Toronto #communitychoir #communityarts #opera More info at http://ow.ly/C1Ca30mws4f

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This is happening tomorrow! Join in on an invigorating conversation about mentorship in the arts!For more information, visit: www.eventbrite.ca/e/mapping-mentorship-tickets-50875084748

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This is happening tomorrow! Join in on an invigorating conversation about mentorship in the arts!For more information, visit: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/mapping-mentorship-tickets-50875084748

For more information on Emergence, visit https://neighbourhoodartsnetwork.org/emergence

#JumbliesThrowback Can't believe it's been almost 3 years since Train of Thought. Remembering 'penny loafers' made by community members and partners across Canada #toftcanada #jumbliestheatre ... See MoreSee Less

#JumbliesThrowback Cant believe its been almost 3 years since Train of Thought. Remembering penny loafers made by community members and partners across Canada #toftcanada #jumbliestheatre

#JumbliesThrowback. Remembering our lake monster made by Mackenzie almost 2 years ago. #jumbliestheatre #jumblies ... See MoreSee Less

#JumbliesThrowback. Remembering our lake monster made by Mackenzie almost 2 years ago. #jumbliestheatre #jumblies

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#Endings #GatherRoundSingers
Our community choir, the Gather Round Singers, and our Performance Troupe, have been rehearsing every Thursday evening. The piece includes fragments of personal stories of 'endings' - good or bad, big or small, present or past.

More info at: www.jumbliestheatre.org/jumblies/current-projects/endings

Remember to reserve your tickets via Eventbrite as seats are limited due to the size of the space. (Tickets for the 22nd Nov are capped at 50 seats.)
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#Endings #GatherRoundSingers
Our community choir, the Gather Round Singers, and our Performance Troupe, have been rehearsing every Thursday evening. The piece includes fragments of personal stories of endings - good or bad, big or small, present or past. 

More info at: http://www.jumbliestheatre.org/jumblies/current-projects/endings

Remember to reserve your tickets via Eventbrite as seats are limited due to the size of the space. (Tickets for the 22nd Nov are capped at 50 seats.)

Formed in 2017, The Confluence Arts Collective is a group of multidisciplinary artists who have come together over a shared investment in dignity, humanity, and justice for people experiencing or having experienced incarceration. Currently Confluence offers workshops later this year in a federal women’s prison, with plans to expand our programming into transitional housing.
Confluence Arts Collective creates moments of community convergence, self-determination and self-expression for criminalized people. We recognize that criminalized people are disproportionately those living in poverty, Indigenous, racialized, queer, transgender, women, and themselves victims of crime. We open up humanizing spaces to explore and articulate who we all are outside of, and because of, criminal convictions, social marginalizations, and situations of incarceration. We also have a lot of fun.
The collective is Lisa Bozikovic (musician and songwriter, social worker), Nikki Shaffeeullah (theatre artist, AD of The AMY Project), Sasha Tate-Howarth (theatre and literary arts), Fiona Raye Clark (playwright, lawyer), Amina Mohammed (multidisciplinary artist, DJ, community worker), Ashley Riley (theatre artist, community worker), Sonja Rainey (installation and design artist), and Jackie Omstead (theatre artist and critical prison / prison arts researcher). We are a culturally diverse, BIPOC-majority, queer-majority group of women and non-binary people.
Jackie and Ashley will be discussing the collective’s history and approach, as well as some of the challenges and possibilities of an emerging discipline of prison arts in Canada.
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Platform A presents: A Talks is a series of roaming salons that gather artists, arts educators, writers, and creatives of all type who are innovating how we make, see, and engage in the arts. More info: www.platformato.org/atalks
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Formed in 2017, The Confluence Arts Collective is a group of multidisciplinary artists who have come together over a shared investment in dignity, humanity, and justice for people experiencing or having experienced incarceration. Currently Confluence offers workshops later this year in a federal women’s prison, with plans to expand our programming into transitional housing.
Confluence Arts Collective creates moments of community convergence, self-determination and self-expression for criminalized people. We recognize that criminalized people are disproportionately those living in poverty, Indigenous, racialized, queer, transgender, women, and themselves victims of crime. We open up humanizing spaces to explore and articulate who we all are outside of, and because of, criminal convictions, social marginalizations, and situations of incarceration. We also have a lot of fun.
The collective is Lisa Bozikovic (musician and songwriter, social worker), Nikki Shaffeeullah (theatre artist, AD of The AMY Project), Sasha Tate-Howarth (theatre and literary arts), Fiona Raye Clark (playwright, lawyer), Amina Mohammed (multidisciplinary artist, DJ, community worker), Ashley Riley (theatre artist, community worker), Sonja Rainey (installation and design artist), and Jackie Omstead (theatre artist and critical prison / prison arts researcher). We are a culturally diverse, BIPOC-majority, queer-majority group of women and non-binary people.
Jackie and Ashley will be discussing the collective’s history and approach, as well as some of the challenges and possibilities of an emerging discipline of prison arts in Canada. 
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Platform A presents: A Talks is a series of roaming salons that gather artists, arts educators, writers, and creatives of all type who are innovating how we make, see, and engage in the arts. More info: https://www.platformato.org/atalks
#ATalksToronto #PlatformA

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Hooray for Sharada K. Eswar, Sonja Rainey and the Art Gallery of Mississauga on getting funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation to continue and grow this terrific project!!
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The Art Gallery of Mississauga is incredibly thrilled to announce the receipt of the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) Grow grant for the border crossings project, curated by our very own Sharada K Eswar, Community Activator, Education & Programmes! border crossings is an empowering community engagement arts initiative, aimed at enriching people’s lives through arts, culture and heritage. border crossings is an interactive community engagement lab that asks its participants to delve deeper into the concept of the "border"; be they physical, psychological or even ideological. If you are interested in being a part of this wonderful project, please contact sharada.eswar@mississauga.ca for more information. Ontario TrilliumFoundation

Hooray for Sharada K. Eswar, Sonja Rainey and the Art Gallery of Mississauga on getting funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation to continue and grow this terrific project!!

Endings is an experimental music-driven performance, rapidly conceived in September 2017 through a partnership between Jumblies and Soundstreams in response to Claude Vivier’s 'Musik für das Ende'. We liked the piece so much that we have revisited it thanks to funds from the Ontario Arts Council’s Music program. Moving from scored to improvised vocals, combining music, movement, words and visual imagery, Endings explores and expresses things that end - whether for better or worse, for a while or forever.

Join us for a special performance inspired by Vivier’s created by Toronto composer Lieke van der Voort in collaboration with Jumblies Theatre's Performance Troupe and The Gather Round Singers, featuring soprano Vania Chan and baritone Keith Lam.

Date: Thursday, 22 November 2017
Time: 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Venue: Grace Centre For The Arts (383 Jarvis Street, M5B 2C7)
Tickets: Pay-What-You-Can at Door.
Seats are very limited and advance reservations are required:
www.eventbrite.ca/e/endings-tickets-52029158614

Contact for more information:
info@jumbliestheatre.org or 416 203 8428

More info on Endings : www.jumbliestheatre.org/jumblies/current-projects/endings
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Endings is an experimental music-driven performance, rapidly conceived in September 2017 through a partnership between Jumblies and Soundstreams in response to Claude Vivier’s Musik für das Ende. We liked the piece so much that we have revisited it thanks to funds from the Ontario Arts Council’s Music program. Moving from scored to improvised vocals, combining music, movement, words and visual imagery, Endings explores and expresses things that end - whether for better or worse, for a while or forever.  

Join us for a special performance inspired by Vivier’s  created by Toronto composer Lieke van der Voort in collaboration with Jumblies Theatres Performance Troupe and The Gather Round Singers, featuring soprano Vania Chan and baritone Keith Lam.

Date: Thursday, 22 November 2017  
Time: 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Venue: Grace Centre For The Arts (383 Jarvis Street, M5B 2C7)
Tickets: Pay-What-You-Can at Door. 
Seats are very limited and advance reservations are required: 
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/endings-tickets-52029158614

Contact for more information: 
info@jumbliestheatre.org or 416 203 8428

More info on Endings : http://www.jumbliestheatre.org/jumblies/current-projects/endings

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An event with our friends from Ottawa Valley Creative Arts Open Studio and Red Dress Productions! #ottawavalley #killaloe #pembroke
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Tristan and I are looking forward to Countdown gatherings coming up on November 25 on Killaloe and Pembroke on November 26!

An event with our friends from Ottawa Valley Creative Arts Open Studio and Red Dress Productions! #ottawavalley #killaloe #pembroke

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Project Grants Now Available - Apply for 2019 Cash grants available to support professional nonprofit arts organizations with creating, presenting, or producing a one-time creative project or a time-limited series or season of artistic events for the public in Vancouver. This program is open to Vancouver-based, nonprofit organizations, community service co-ops, registered charities, and local First Nation Band Councils. Projects and events can be in any artistic discipline that: - Contribute to discourse, practice, or art forms - Support heritage or services to the arts and cultural sector - Be sure to read the Project Grants Information Guide (PDF) for more details on the program objectives, the assessment process and more. Interested applicants must contact Cultural Services to discuss eligibility and receive access to the application. For more information, visit: ow.ly/MbkO30muIk5 Deadline: Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at 4pm

Attention to those in #Vancouver!

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It’s getting cold in #Toronto. Marianne made delicious and hearty chick pea, artichoke and sweet potato stew for everyone that came and participate in our Tuesday’s #autumnarts2018 drop-in afternoon. Delicious!! 😘
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It’s getting cold in #Toronto. Marianne made delicious and hearty chick pea, artichoke and sweet potato stew for everyone that came and participate in our Tuesday’s #autumnarts2018 drop-in afternoon. Delicious!! 😘

#JumbliesThrowback. #TalkingTreaties 2018 Stage Management Power Team: Jules, Iehente and Sasha! More on the project: bit.ly/2SLVrtE ... See MoreSee Less

#JumbliesThrowback. #TalkingTreaties 2018 Stage Management Power Team: Jules, Iehente and Sasha! More on the project: http://bit.ly/2SLVrtE

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A day of firsts yesterday. First photography workshop with Niagara Centre for Independent Living (NCIL) Katherine Fleitas Sonja Rainey Rosie Cosgrove at FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre in the lead up to our our tour of This is the Point in 2019. And 1st day in development of The Cowboy from Flin Flon with Ken Harrower Johnny Spence Erin Brandenburg Jules Vodarek Hunter Dan Watson Debbie Patterson. Exciting stuff happening!!!!

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WHERE THRERE IS SMOKE In Situ Multi Arts Festival 2018 Making Space. Making Place. November 8, 9 &10, 2018 7 pm – 11 pm @ Creative Hub 1352 at Small Arms Inspection Building 1352 Lakeshore Road East, Mississauga, Ontario View Map Visit www.smallarmsbuilding.ca/insitu for more info Tickets online: www.eventbrite.ca/e/in-situ-2018-tickets-50980902251?ref=ebtn In 2017, Fire Service Women Ontario approached RDP to engage women firefighters in a creative exploration of their work. RDP facilitated twelve creative writing/recording workshops with 30 women firefighters in Toronto, Hamilton, and Waterloo. The wealth of audio material was edited and shaped by RDP artists to create Where There is Smoke -- an audio-immersive installation featuring a multi-dimensional collage of women firefighters with a diverse range of experiences of being one (or a few) amongst many. Where There Is Smoke disrupts any presumed single narrative of women firefighters who represent 3% of firefighters in Ontario. By making space for these stories that intersect labour, art, and equity, we hope audiences consider the 6000+ women employed during the Second Word War era in this place, the Small Arms Building, as carpenters, welders, and tool and dye makers, and how their labour shaped the development of what we now call Mississauga.

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The call wonderful mentorship program for 2019 is now open. Check out #theamyproject!
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✮✮✮ APPLY NOW ✮✮✮ Spread the word - applications are now open for the 2019 AMY Project Theatre Program! www.theamyproject.com/apply

The call wonderful mentorship program for 2019 is now open. Check out #theamyproject!

So much was happening at The Ground Floor yesterday during #artfareessentials and so good to see these puppets coming back to life after hanging out on our shelves for a long time. ... See MoreSee Less

So much was happening at The Ground Floor yesterday during #artfareessentials and so good to see these puppets coming back to life after hanging out on our shelves for a long time.

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This past summer, Jumblies made miniatures with Lyfe, Mel and several other community members of the Santuary to explore memories of the their favorite places in Toronto. This evening Ruth, Jamie, Victor and Adrienne joined in the celebration and witness the launch of Santuary’s book ‘The Book of Places’ and art show showcasing the many beautiful works made by community members at Santuary during their programming workshops.
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This past summer, Jumblies made miniatures with Lyfe, Mel and several other community members of the Santuary to explore memories of the their favorite places in Toronto. This evening Ruth, Jamie, Victor and Adrienne joined in the celebration and witness the launch of Santuary’s book ‘The Book of Places’ and art show showcasing the many beautiful works made by community members at Santuary during their programming workshops.

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Mapping Mentorship: A Conversation with Kapisanan Philippine Centre for Arts & Culture , Children's Peace Theatre #PlatformA will be held at #JumbliesTheatre's The Ground Floor Studio on this coming NOV 20, 2018 as part of @neighbourhoodarts #Emergence2018 (a 4 days symposium of community arts activations and conference).
More info at
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For more information, visit neighbourhoodartsnetwork.org/emergence
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Mapping Mentorship: A Conversation with Kapisanan Philippine Centre for Arts & Culture ,  Childrens Peace Theatre  #PlatformA will be held at #JumbliesTheatres The Ground Floor Studio on this coming NOV 20, 2018 as part of @neighbourhoodarts #Emergence2018 (a 4 days symposium of community arts activations and conference). 
More info at 
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/mapping-mentorship-tickets-50875084748
For more information, visit https://neighbourhoodartsnetwork.org/emergence

Victor Lyon who flew all the way to #Toronto from #SiouxLookout for #artfareessentials shared the teachings of the four medicines which are #Tobacco, #Sage, #Cedar, and #Sweetgrass and their importance in #smudging ... See MoreSee Less

Victor Lyon who flew all the way to #Toronto from #SiouxLookout for #artfareessentials shared the teachings of the four medicines  which are #Tobacco, #Sage, #Cedar, and #Sweetgrass and their importance in #smudging

Formed in 2017, The Confluence Arts Collective is a group of multidisciplinary artists who have come together over a shared investment in dignity, humanity, and justice for people experiencing or having experienced incarceration. Currently Confluence offers workshops later this year in a federal women’s prison, with plans to expand our programming into transitional housing.

Confluence Arts Collective creates moments of community convergence, self-determination and self-expression for criminalized people. We recognize that criminalized people are disproportionately those living in poverty, Indigenous, racialized, queer, transgender, women, and themselves victims of crime. We open up humanizing spaces to explore and articulate who we all are outside of, and because of, criminal convictions, social marginalizations, and situations of incarceration. We also have a lot of fun.

The collective is Lisa Bozikovic (musician and songwriter, social worker), Nikki Shaffeeullah (theatre artist, AD of The AMY Project), Sasha Tate-Howarth (theatre and literary arts), Fiona Raye Clark (playwright, lawyer), Amina Mohammed (multidisciplinary artist, DJ, community worker), Ashley Riley (theatre artist, community worker), Sonja Rainey (installation and design artist), and Jackie Omstead (theatre artist and critical prison / prison arts researcher). We are a culturally diverse, BIPOC-majority, queer-majority group of women and non-binary people.

Jackie and Ashley will be discussing the collective’s history and approach, as well as some of the challenges and possibilities of an emerging discipline of prison arts in Canada.
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Platform A presents: A Talks is a series of roaming salons that gather artists, arts educators, writers, and creatives of all type who are innovating how we make, see, and engage in the arts. More info: www.platformato.org/atalks
#ATalksToronto #PlatformA
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Formed in 2017, The Confluence Arts Collective is a group of multidisciplinary artists who have come together over a shared investment in dignity, humanity, and justice for people experiencing or having experienced incarceration. Currently Confluence offers workshops later this year in a federal women’s prison, with plans to expand our programming into transitional housing.

Confluence Arts Collective creates moments of community convergence, self-determination and self-expression for criminalized people. We recognize that criminalized people are disproportionately those living in poverty, Indigenous, racialized, queer, transgender, women, and themselves victims of crime. We open up humanizing spaces to explore and articulate who we all are outside of, and because of, criminal convictions, social marginalizations, and situations of incarceration. We also have a lot of fun.

 The collective is Lisa Bozikovic (musician and songwriter, social worker), Nikki Shaffeeullah (theatre artist, AD of The AMY Project), Sasha Tate-Howarth (theatre and literary arts), Fiona Raye Clark (playwright, lawyer), Amina Mohammed (multidisciplinary artist, DJ, community worker), Ashley Riley (theatre artist, community worker), Sonja Rainey (installation and design artist), and Jackie Omstead (theatre artist and critical prison / prison arts researcher). We are a culturally diverse, BIPOC-majority, queer-majority group of women and non-binary people.

 Jackie and Ashley will be discussing the collective’s history and approach, as well as some of the challenges and possibilities of an emerging discipline of prison arts in Canada. 
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Platform A presents: A Talks is a series of roaming salons that gather artists, arts educators, writers, and creatives of all type who are innovating how we make, see, and engage in the arts. More info: https://www.platformato.org/atalks
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A shout out to Out of Sync Collective!
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𝗪𝗲𝗲𝘀𝗮𝗴𝗲𝗲𝗰𝗵𝗮𝗸 𝗕𝗲𝗴𝗶𝗻𝘀 𝘁𝗼 𝗗𝗮𝗻𝗰𝗲 𝟯𝟭 𝗟𝗶𝗻𝗲-𝗨𝗽 𝗡𝗢𝗩𝗘𝗠𝗕𝗘𝗥 𝟮𝟭 | 𝗔𝗞𝗜 𝗦𝗧𝗨𝗗𝗜𝗢 #W31 The festival welcomes various multidisciplinary works-in-development, including: "𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗣𝗿𝗼𝗽𝗲𝗿𝘁𝗶𝗲𝘀 𝗼𝗳 𝗦𝗽𝗶𝗿𝗶𝘁", a weaving of autobiographical experiences with Métis identity through spoken word storytelling, by award-winning filmmaker & published poet Jessica Lea Fleming "𝗠𝘆 𝗛𝗼𝗹𝗼𝗴𝗿𝗮𝗽𝗵𝗶𝗰 𝗡𝗶𝗴𝗵𝘁𝗺𝗮𝗿𝗲𝘀", a partially fictional, partially imagined, partially nonsensical walk-through of the inside of an artist's head, by saxophonist & noise-maker Olivia Shortt "𝗕𝗼𝗼𝘇𝗵𝗼𝗼 𝗠𝗮𝗻𝗼𝗼𝗺𝗶𝗻", a musical suite that explores manoomin (wild rice), the sacred food of the Anishnabeg, by pianist & composer Beverley McKiver "𝗦.𝗢.𝗦 𝗦𝗮𝘃𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗢𝘂𝗿 𝗦𝗼𝘃𝗲𝗿𝗲𝗶𝗴𝗻𝘁𝘆", a theatrical piece that tells the story of the devastating effects of suicide pacts amongst Indigenous youth, by Out of Sync Collective (Theresa Cutknife, Pesch Nepoose, Jesse Wabegijig) - returning from this year's Paprika Festival! - November 14-24, 2018 Tickets $15 | Festival Pass $60 For more details: bit.ly/neW31

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This morning Ange shared a presentation about the research process and creation of #TalkingTreaties to those that attended #artfareessentials #Fall2018

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There are still A FEW SPOTS LEFT in FiXT POiNT's Story Gathering 2018 Workshop: November Cohort (November 13th - 17th & 20th -24th)

This program is FREE and open to (trans and cis) women and non-binary youth ages 18-25. FIXT POINT is committed to equity in offering this opportunity; we encourage submissions from transgender, gender diverse, and BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Colour) applicants. Participants will receive reimbursement for TTC transportation as well as a daily meal stipend for the duration of the workshop.

This two-week workshop is designed for hands-on experience. Participants will learn and practice the following skills:
*community outreach
*interview and recording techniques
*narrative shaping
*audio editing

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Sharpen your skills to get your stories out into the world through our upcoming training workshops! To apply for a spot visit bit.ly/2QtVmsW #women #nocost #training #youth #podcasting #toronto #workshop #storytelling #oralhistory #trans #nonbinary Made possible with the support of Ontario Trillium Foundation Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario Dames Making Games Toronto

SPREAD THE NEWS!!

There are still A FEW SPOTS LEFT in FiXT POiNTs Story Gathering 2018 Workshop: November Cohort (November 13th - 17th & 20th -24th)

This program is FREE and open to (trans and cis) women and non-binary youth ages 18-25. FIXT POINT is committed to equity in offering this opportunity; we encourage submissions from transgender, gender diverse, and BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Colour) applicants. Participants will receive reimbursement for TTC transportation as well as a daily meal stipend for the duration of the workshop. 

This two-week workshop is designed for hands-on experience. Participants will learn and practice the following skills: 
*community outreach
*interview and recording techniques
*narrative shaping
*audio editing

All the details and info:
https://www.fixtpoint.com/storygathering2018

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Starting out on the first day of Artfare Essentials with Jumblies Theatre

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Watch Jumblies' film, THE VIEW FROM HERE, next Friday Nov 9th 2018 at 9pm at Imagine Cinemas Carlton!
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We have some amazing sci-fi films to share with you at BMFF this year! Set in the near future where in-person contact has become extremely rare, ARLO ALONE follows its title character as she comes to terms with her own loneliness. Directed by Nicole Dorsey with a captivating performance by Grace Glowicki, come check out Arlo Alone at 9pm on Thursday Nov 8th. The first time we watched THE VIEW FROM HERE we couldn’t help but gasp at how surprising and unexpectedly hilarious this film is. After a couple purchase a condo in downtown Toronto, they begin to ask themselves existential questions about their origins. A comedic, animated, fantastical opera that will keep you on your toes, this film is a collaboration between Jumblies Theatre, Arts4All, and directed by Sofia Bohdanowicz. Come and see The View From Here Friday Nov 9th at 9pm at the Carlton Cinemas!

Watch Jumblies film, THE VIEW FROM HERE, next Friday Nov 9th 2018 at 9pm at Imagine Cinemas Carlton!

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The Toronto Fringe encourages anyone and everyone to apply to the 2019 festival lottery. Have an idea you’d like to see on stage?

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Have an idea that you'd love to see on stage? Apply by Nov. 19 to the 2019 Toronto Fringe lottery! And don't forget to check out the special lottery categories for teens, seniors, artists who self-identify as disabled, and artists who identify as culturally diverse. Full details at fringetoronto.com/year-round/artist-opportunities.

The Toronto Fringe encourages anyone and everyone to apply to the 2019 festival lottery. Have an idea you’d like to see on stage? 

Take a chance and apply by Nov. 19. More info: https://fringetoronto.com/year-round/artist-opportunities

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First day of arts fare essentials training with @jumbliestheatre.looking forward to 5 more days on play, skill building for my upcoming mural mosaic project with @johnsmith.ismyalias. This activity was each group’s creation based on what came out of our conversation on what community arts is. Lots of common elements: love, connection, acceptance, curiosity, being present, being conscious of your biases #community #communityarts

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A reminder that our @OntarioArts Recommender Grants for Theatre Creators Deadline which is December 21. More info can be found on our website at http://www.jumbliestheatre.org/jumblies/recommender

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Headed out today on Aanmitaagzi & Spiderwoman's MATERIAL WITNESS Western tour 2018. First stop-Heart of the City Festival in Vancouver. See you on the road! Shout out to LaMaMa and Loose Change Productions for all your love and support!

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#throwback #TalkingTreaties2018 #TalkingTreaties #JumbliesTheatre #HistoricFortYork

(Left to Right) Jill Carter (Molly Brant), Theresa Cutknife (Britannia), Iehente Foote (Stage Manager), Jesse Wabegijig (William Brant), Candy Blair (Beaver), Jamie Oshkabewisens, Ashley Riley, Brendan Austin, Pesch Nepoose, Ange Loft (Lead Artist, Co-writer, Designer, Director), Kitsuné Soleil.
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(Left to Right) Jill Carter (Molly Brant), Theresa Cutknife (Britannia), Iehente Foote (Stage Manager), Jesse Wabegijig (William Brant), Candy Blair (Beaver), Jamie Oshkabewisens, Ashley Riley, Brendan Austin, Pesch Nepoose, Ange Loft (Lead Artist, Co-writer, Designer, Director), Kitsuné Soleil.

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Alejandra NunezThis is by far one of my favourite projects ever to be involved in. Thank you Ange Loft and amazing cast and crew. Fantastic work Jumblies!

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Its #AutumnArts2018 Tuesday Arts Making #Drop-In again from (4-6pm)! Join Parker to create ceramic tiles which will protect our garden for this coming winter and chill while colouring in fabric comic strips with Marianne. Free and for all ages.

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Clay and Paper Theatre annual NIGHT OF THE DREAD is happening this Saturday weekend!! www.facebook.com/events/691689854542282/
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Remember, the dress code for October 27th is black and white and dreadful. Saxophone optional. Join us for the 19th Annual Night of Dread! Puppet sign-out from 4 to 5:45. Parade at 6pm. Mocking the Fear of the Year at 7pm. Burning Our Fears at 7:30. Bread of Dead at 8:15. Dance Band at 8:30. www.facebook.com/events/691689854542282/

Clay and Paper Theatre annual NIGHT OF THE DREAD is happening this Saturday weekend!! https://www.facebook.com/events/691689854542282/

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Our friends at Community Arts Guild will be creating a video about their wonderful and important project called Interlacing which "investigates the official and unofficial histories, personal and collective memories, and changing identities of Scarborough." The project is led by Sonja Rainey and Beth Helmer. More info on the project at communityartsguild.ca/interlacing/
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Calling all Interlacing participants, and enthusiasts! We're making a video about Interlacing, and want you to be a part of it! What to expect: 1) filming of hands weaving and writing 2) recording of voices reading messages and sharing stories about their experience. To RESERVE A SPOT, please contact us at info@communityartsguild.ca or call us at 416 556 8247. Film Day October 25th, 2018 4:30 - 7:30 pm (You do not have to stay for the whole duration) Location: Malvern Library Support with transportation is available!

Our friends at Community Arts Guild will be creating a video about their wonderful and important project called Interlacing which  investigates the official and unofficial histories, personal and collective memories, and changing identities of Scarborough. The project is led by Sonja Rainey and Beth Helmer. More info on the project at http://communityartsguild.ca/interlacing/

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"My memory with Gerry Ruecker is when Jumblies Theatre touring project #4lands was in #Regina last cold winter and me, Jamie and Gerry went all over the city to take outdoor photographs of many miniatures worlds created in that week by community members. Despite all the cold, snow and slush, it has been fun working with Gerry when we were there."- Adrienne
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A HUGE thank you to everyone who came out to support and celebrate Gerry Ruecker at his farewell party last weekend. Throughout the night we had the opportunity to reminisce with people who have been part of the rich history of Common Weal Community Arts, show our appreciation for all of the hard work and passion that Gerry contributed during his time with the organization, and enjoy the companionship of artists, allies, and community members who have helped shape Common Weal Community Arts into what it is today. This photo of Gerry and Shaunna Dunn, who has stepped into the role of Southern Artistic Director, is such a wonderful visual - representing a passing of the torch. We are immensely grateful for the foundation Gerry helped to build, and filled with excitement for what Shaunna will bring during her time with us. Were you at Gerry's farewell party? What was the highlight of the evening for you? If you weren't able to make it, we would love to hear your memories of Gerry or some of your favourite programming he contributed to.

My memory with Gerry Ruecker is when Jumblies Theatre touring project #4lands was in #Regina last cold winter and me, Jamie and Gerry went all over the city to take outdoor photographs of many miniatures worlds created in that week by community members. Despite all the cold, snow and slush, it has been fun working with Gerry when we were there.- Adrienne

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#throwback to last year at around the same time, Gather Round Singers first worked with Lieke van der Voort on performing her piece ‘Endings’ with Vania and Keith. This year we look forward to performing ‘Endings’ again in the beautiful space at Grace Toronto Church - Downtown this coming Nov 22nd.

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It’s #AutumnArts2018 Thursday Movement and Singing Day!! The #GatherRoundSingers which is our all ages, all abilities #CommunityChoir will be back at #TheGroundFloor to start singing and rehearsing from 5.30-8pm today for ‘Endings.’ Drop by and join in to have a good time with our fun choir group. 📷: Vania, Johnny, Shifra, Martin with choir members rehearsing ‘Underneath’, March 2017. ... See MoreSee Less

It’s #AutumnArts2018 Thursday Movement and Singing Day!! The #GatherRoundSingers which is our all ages, all abilities #CommunityChoir will be back at #TheGroundFloor to start singing and rehearsing from 5.30-8pm today for ‘Endings.’ Drop by and join in to have a good time with our fun choir group. 📷: Vania, Johnny, Shifra, Martin with choir members rehearsing ‘Underneath’, March 2017.

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Ruth and Soraya when they get into discussion mode around programming and mentorship. #intense

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Calling all Interlacing participants, and enthusiasts! We're making a video about Interlacing, and want you to be a part of it! ° What to expect: 1) filming of hands weaving and writing 2) recording of voices reading messages and sharing stories about the experience. ° To RESERVE A SPOT, please contact us at info@communityartsguild.ca or call us at 416 556 8247. ° Film Day October 25th, 2018 4:30 - 7:30 pm (You do not have to stay for the whole duration) Location: Malvern Library ° Support with transportation is available!

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In month two of the Tibetan Youth Filmmentor program! 😉 #madeinexile #tibsinfilm #newgenerationfilmmakers #communityarts

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#AutumnArts2018 Tuesday Arts Making Drop-In (4-6pm): Making ceramic tiles with Parker and fabric comic colouring with Marianne, all while enjoying the delicious lentil and sweet potato soup prepared by Marianne this afternoon at The Ground Floor. Come over and chill with next week! Same time, same day.
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#AutumnArts2018 Tuesday Arts Making Drop-In (4-6pm): Making ceramic tiles with Parker and fabric comic colouring with Marianne, all while enjoying the delicious lentil and sweet potato soup prepared by Marianne this afternoon at The Ground Floor. Come over and chill with next week! Same time, same day.

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Good morning! It’s the first day of our drop-in as we welcome the fall and its so exciting to one again have ceramics-making with Parker Dirks and fabric arts with Marianne Alas. If you’re near the #Cityplace neighbourhood, come right in The Ground Floor studio anytime between 4-6pm to find out more about our free and all ages art making drop-in activities. #AutumnArts2018
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What an busy day we had yesterday! Also early in the afternoon, Parker Dirks facilitated a workshop with a group of students from Alpha Alternative School, creating ceramic pots and tiles at The Ground Floor Studio. Jumblies artists, Jamie Oshkabewisens, Heather Long and Ashley Riley took this opportunity to also take part in making their own pots.

Good morning! It’s the first day of our drop-in as we welcome the fall and its so exciting to one again have ceramics-making with Parker Dirks and fabric arts with Marianne Alas. If you’re near the #Cityplace neighbourhood, come right in The Ground Floor studio anytime between 4-6pm to find out more about our free and all ages art making drop-in activities. #AutumnArts2018

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After a long summer the Arts4All Players are back! We will start again on Monday, October 1st. We meet every week from 3:00-5:00pm in the DPNCHC Sanctuary at 1900 Davenport Rd. No artistic experience necessary. Everyone is welcome!

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Julia Tribe continues to do wonderful work with Jumblies and our Offshoots, incudling at Arts4All, thanks to a PTTP grant from Theatre Ontario!
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Our first day back with Julia Tribe, meeting around a paper tree. #dpnchc #davenport #arts4allplayers @ 1900 Davenport Rd

Julia Tribe continues to do wonderful work with Jumblies and our Offshoots, incudling at Arts4All, thanks to a PTTP grant from Theatre Ontario!

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Theatre OntarioGlad to hear the training project continues to go so well!

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Congrats to Lisa Marie DiLiberto, former Jumblies Intern, Offshoot AD and Director, and ongoing friend and associate - on her new job at Theatre Direct!
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The Board of Directors of Theatre Direct is pleased to announce the appointment of respected theatre maker, arts educator, producer, and community arts facilitator, Lisa Marie DiLiberto as its next artistic leader.

Congrats to Lisa Marie DiLiberto, former Jumblies Intern, Offshoot AD and Director, and ongoing friend and associate - on her new job at Theatre Direct!

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The Ground Floor Studio is opening up again for open drop-ins with many exciting activities happening on Tuesday afternoons and Shifra Cooper will continue to lead our community choir on Thursday evenings. We are also excited to be bringing back the performance troupe as part of Autumn Arts workshops! #AutumnArts2018 ... See MoreSee Less

The Ground Floor Studio is opening up again for open drop-ins with many exciting activities happening on Tuesday afternoons and Shifra Cooper will continue to lead our community choir on Thursday evenings. We are also excited to be bringing back the performance troupe as part of Autumn Arts workshops! #AutumnArts2018

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Arie Verheul-van de VenKhanh this is the weekly drop in schedule!

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We are thrilled to announce this year's finalists, 3 amazing organizations supporting their communities through the arts. Congratulations to Art Starts, Jumblies Theatre and UrbanArtsTO!

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Youth Theatre program with the Community Arts Guild!
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#YouthTheatre starts this Thursday! Come practice theatre skills, create original performance material, and train with professional artists FREE •Oct.11 - Dec 6 (9 weeks) •All levels of experience welcomed •Earn volunteer hours •Registration required - info@communityartsguild.ca #ArtistsInTheLibrary #PoweredByTAC

Youth Theatre program with the Community Arts Guild!

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The remount performances of #TalkingTreaties at Fort York National Historic Site is done! Thank you for joining us in this journey and see you again next time.

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It is SO wonderful to have friends from MABELLEarts come all the way from Etobicoke to be part of and enjoy our show - #TalkingTreaties!
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MABELLEarts at #TalkingTreaties today! There are still two more shows - book your PWYC tickets through @jumbliestheatre

It is SO wonderful to have friends from MABELLEarts come all the way from Etobicoke to be part of and enjoy our show - #TalkingTreaties!

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We're proud to have included some of this beautiful fabric art from MABELLEarts in our Round The Table event last year!
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What better way to spend your Thanksgiving weekend than learning about Toronto's Indigenous history at beautiful Fort York? Join us for The Talking Treaties Spectacle, October 4-7!
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What better way to spend your Thanksgiving weekend than learning about Torontos Indigenous history at beautiful Fort York? Join us for The Talking Treaties Spectacle, October 4-7!

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Spend Nuit Blanche with the Community Arts Guild!

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CUE announces a new grant cycle! Artists working in any discipline may apply for up to $1000 to produce an art project. For more information, as well as guidelines and application, please visit www.cueartprojects.ca Deadline to submit: November 23rd, 2018 We look forward to hearing from you!