What We’re Doing!

GATHER ROUND SINGERS:
Our community choir, the Gather Round Singers, is rehearsing, as of  Tuesday April 10th, with Making Room Community Arts at Ephiphany Saint Mark’s Church, 201 Cowan Avenue, Parkdale, Toronto – from 6:30 to 8:00pm.
TALKING TREATIES:
Talking Treaties, led by Ange Loft, continues  to offer workshops and presentations, with a full remount at Historic Fort York in October 2018.
For more info. on  these and other projects and activities, contact: info@jumbliestheatre.org
You can also drop by The Ground Floor, call us (416 203 8428) or follow us on Facebook.
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Jumblies Theatre shared Community Arts Guild's post.

If you are in #Scarborough (#Ontario #Canada) on Thursdays, check out Community Arts Guild’s free and relax drop-in activities such as theatre, making and community choir! All happening from 4-8pm at Cedar Ridge Creative Centre
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Great news! Our Thursday schedule is expanding! We will be adding Theatre & Making activities from 6pm to 8pm. ALL AGES WELCOME Hope to see you there!

If you are in #Scarborough (#Ontario #Canada) on Thursdays, check out Community Arts Guild’s free and relax drop-in activities such as theatre, making and community choir! All happening from 4-8pm at Cedar Ridge Creative Centre

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With thanks to our project partner Street Health, we enjoyed a wonderful unveiling party for this new artwork.

😍 Beautiful as always - Red Dress Productions

Hello everyone. 🙋‍♀️ Hope you like our 2018 Spring Sessions poster! These sessions will take place at our Jumblies studio or as we call it 'The Ground Floor', so feel free to drop by to participate anytime during our free Wednesday drop-in times and hang around to say hello to see what's going on in the space. #jumbliestheatre #cityplace #toronto #danlackieway ... See MoreSee Less

Hello everyone. 🙋‍♀️ Hope you like our 2018 Spring Sessions poster! These sessions will take place at our Jumblies studio or as we call it The Ground Floor, so feel free to drop by to participate anytime during our free Wednesday drop-in times and hang around to say hello to see whats going on in the space. #jumbliestheatre #cityplace #toronto #danlackieway

Today we say goodbye to #4lands of #Mississauga at the Art Gallery of Mississauga as we close another chapter of this Four Lands journey. Many thanks to staff and volunteers of Jumblies, AGM and especially to Sharada Eswar. ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

Beautiful, I love seeing where art was.

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I miss you all so much 😘

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Summer jobs with our friends at Clay and Paper Theatre:
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Happy World Theatre Day! And come work with us! Clay and Paper Theatre is looking for 8 post-secondary student artists to join our cast & crew of public space performers, defenders and rabble rousers. This position applies, but is not limited to, individuals interested in theatre, community engaged arts, activist arts, puppetry, music, dance, production, stage management, or anyone who would be enthusiastic about creating and performing in non-traditional spaces. Interested applicants can submit their cover letter and resume to: auditions.clayandpaper@gmail.com by April 4th, 2018. Auditions will take place early to mid-April. Please visit the link below for more important details! clayandpapertheatre.org/work-with-us/

Summer jobs with our friends at Clay and Paper Theatre:

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Spring is almost here and so are our upcoming workshops which are FREE and everyone is invited to participate in making art together with our hands.

Below are our open Wednesdays drop-in dates.

April 18 - Miniature Objects & Movement with Helah Cooper and Hannah Levin
May 2 - Ceramics with Parker Dirks
May 9 - Beaded Medallions with Jamie Oshkabewisens and Ashley Riley
May 16 - Glazing Ceramics and More Beading
May 23 - Planting The Ground Floor garden with Parker Dirks
May 30 - Spring Gathering

For more info - contact info@jumbliestheatre.org or 416 203 8428. The Ground Floor Studio. 132 Fort York Blvd (same building with Tim Hortons), Gender Neutral Washroom, Drop In Style, Wheelchair Accessible and Suitable for All Ages
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Spring is almost here and so are our upcoming workshops which are FREE and everyone is invited to participate in making art together with our hands. 

Below are our open Wednesdays drop-in dates.

April 18 - Miniature Objects & Movement with Helah Cooper and Hannah Levin
May 2 - Ceramics with Parker Dirks 
May 9 - Beaded Medallions with Jamie Oshkabewisens and Ashley Riley 
May 16 - Glazing Ceramics and More Beading
May 23 - Planting The Ground Floor garden with Parker Dirks 
May 30 - Spring Gathering 

For more info - contact info@jumbliestheatre.org or 416 203 8428. The Ground Floor Studio. 132 Fort York Blvd (same building with Tim Hortons), Gender Neutral Washroom, Drop In Style, Wheelchair Accessible and Suitable for All Ages

SWITCHES + LINKS
a workshop with visiting artists, Helah Cooper and Hannah Levin
The Ground Floor (132 Fort York Blvd.)
Wednesday April 18th, 4:00 to 6:00pm
Free! RSVP - info@jumbliestheatre.org

In this workshop we will play - starting by waking up and grounding our bodies and hands with some gentle movement, and then playing and improvising with miniature objects, enjoying their details and where our imaginations and intuition lead us.

SWITCHES + LINKS is an ongoing collaborative project by Helah Cooper and Hannah Levin. They work with live performance, video, sound, interactive play and tactile sculpture to encourage new pathways for communication and to allow room for an acceptance of queer subjectivity and absurdity. Small scale objects, including flocked concrete pillows, a miniature broom and ceramic hooks, funnels and bells have been lovingly crafted by Helah. These small and seductive pieces reference musical instruments, tools, jewelry, components of a maquette or a science project and are used in performance facilitated by Hannah, acting as an impetus for collection, action and story creation. Helah and Hannah will be in residence at The Ground Floor for a week.

Helah Cooper is an artist from Toronto and a recent graduate of NSCAD University currently living in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia as part of NSCAD’s Community Studio Residency Program. Helah puts care and attention into creating tactile sculptures that are made to be played with and held. In her practice she works collaboratively to facilitate play and performance as a way to bridge her multi-disciplinary interests in costume, drawing, sound and craft. She creates non-linear networks between objects and people to find unexpected points of connection and create queer narratives.

Hannah Levin is an interdisciplinary artist from Toronto, currently working in Berlin. Maintaining a practice fueled by improvisation and play, Hannah’s work often starts from intuitive dancing and expands into collaborative and multi-media performances and projects. She sees collaborative making as a chance to be with others through processes of transformation, experiencing and witnessing the reception of new possibilities. She has an Interdisciplinary Fine Arts degree from NSCAD University, and has recently completed Tanzfabrik’s Dance Intensive Program in Berlin.

Contact: info@jumbliestheatre.org, 416 203 8428
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SWITCHES + LINKS
a workshop with visiting artists, Helah Cooper and Hannah Levin
The Ground Floor (132 Fort York Blvd.) 
Wednesday April 18th, 4:00 to 6:00pm
Free! RSVP - info@jumbliestheatre.org

In this workshop we will play - starting by waking up and grounding our bodies and hands with some gentle movement, and then playing and improvising with miniature objects, enjoying their details and where our imaginations and intuition lead us. 

SWITCHES + LINKS is an ongoing collaborative project by Helah Cooper and Hannah Levin. They work with live performance, video, sound, interactive play and tactile sculpture to encourage new pathways for communication and to allow room for an acceptance of queer subjectivity and absurdity. Small scale objects, including flocked concrete pillows, a miniature broom and ceramic hooks, funnels and bells have been lovingly crafted by Helah. These small and seductive pieces reference musical instruments, tools, jewelry, components of a maquette or a science project and are used in performance facilitated by Hannah, acting as an impetus for collection, action and story creation. Helah and Hannah will be in residence at The Ground Floor for a week. 

Helah Cooper is an artist from Toronto and a recent graduate of NSCAD University currently living in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia as part of NSCAD’s Community Studio Residency Program. Helah puts care and attention into creating tactile sculptures that are made to be played with and held. In her practice she works collaboratively to facilitate play and performance as a way to bridge her multi-disciplinary interests in costume, drawing, sound and craft. She creates non-linear networks between objects and people to find unexpected points of connection and create queer narratives.

Hannah Levin is an interdisciplinary artist from Toronto, currently working in Berlin. Maintaining a practice fueled by improvisation and play, Hannah’s work often starts from intuitive dancing and expands into collaborative and multi-media performances and projects. She sees collaborative making as a chance to be with others through processes of transformation, experiencing and witnessing the reception of new possibilities. She has an Interdisciplinary Fine Arts degree from NSCAD University, and has recently completed Tanzfabrik’s Dance Intensive Program in Berlin.

Contact: info@jumbliestheatre.org, 416 203 8428

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Thank you Quote Unquote Collective / Nightwood Theatre / Why Not Theatre / Buddies In Bad Times Theatre for having us last night to see Mouthpiece by Quote Unquote Collective! We had a great time!

There's still room on our free bus from Parkdale tomorrow evening to join our Four Lands of Mississauga finale event at the Art Gallery of Mississauga. E-mail info@jumbliestheatre.org, if you'd like to reserve a seat on the bus, or come and join us by your own means! #4Lands ... See MoreSee Less

Theres still room on our free bus from Parkdale tomorrow evening to join our Four Lands of Mississauga finale event at the Art Gallery of Mississauga. E-mail info@jumbliestheatre.org, if youd like to reserve a seat on the bus, or come and join us by your own means!  #4Lands

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This afternoon, we are at #Brampton Library - Chingacousy Branch in the Civic Centre with #4lands
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This afternoon, we are at #Brampton Library - Chingacousy Branch in the Civic Centre with #4lands

Come and join us at the Art Gallery of Mississauga for our Four Lands Grand Finale. If you're in Toronto, there's still room on the free bus leaving from and returning to Parkdale! #4Lands ... See MoreSee Less

Come and join us at the Art Gallery of Mississauga for our Four Lands Grand Finale. If youre in Toronto, theres still room on the free bus leaving from and returning to Parkdale! #4Lands

Will be much delighted to see once again the good artistic works Jumblie Theatre is offering to Toronto communities.

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Happy long weekend!! This is Adrienne posting here today. Yesterday during the Saturday (1-3pm) drop-in time at the Art Gallery of Mississauga for #4lands. Two boys came to participate in drawing and making a miniature for #4lands. After a intense conversation between them on school grading system for Badland (getting a zero or -D), they both concluded that getting an R is probably the worst (remediation). Seeing these boys building their Dreamland which is seeing the rocket launcher at the Kennedy Space Centre while I work on my Lostland which is the no longer running #miway Folkway Route31, it had been a good weekend spent here. Hope to see you at our next drop-in this coming Thursday at 5-9pm!

This project is supported by the Community Foundation of Mississauga, the Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario, the Ontario Government, the Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada. #mississauga #toronto #artgallerymississauga #communityarts #jumbliestheatre #arttouringproject
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Happy long weekend!! This is Adrienne posting here today. Yesterday during the Saturday (1-3pm) drop-in time at the Art Gallery of Mississauga for #4lands. Two boys came to participate in drawing and making a miniature for #4lands. After a intense conversation between them on school grading system for Badland (getting a zero or -D), they both concluded that getting an R is probably the worst (remediation). Seeing these boys building their Dreamland which is seeing the rocket launcher at the Kennedy Space Centre while I work on my Lostland which is the no longer running #miway Folkway Route31, it had been a good weekend spent here. Hope to see you at our next drop-in this coming Thursday at 5-9pm! 

This project is supported by the Community Foundation of Mississauga, the Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de lOntario, the Ontario Government, the Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada. #mississauga #toronto #artgallerymississauga #communityarts #jumbliestheatre #arttouringproject

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Some updates on what’s been happening with #4lands in #Mississauga at @agmengage #communityarts #artgalleryofmississauga
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Some updates on what’s been happening with #4lands in #Mississauga at @agmengage #communityarts #artgalleryofmississauga

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Another welcoming community choir with a Jumblies Offshoot - especially for those in Scarborough easterly realms!
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COME SING WITH US!! - Community Choir Starts On THURSDAY APRIL 5th And meeting weekly at Cedar Ridge Creative Centre THURSDAYS 4 to 6pm. Whether you’ve never considered yourself a singer, or you have years of harmonizing under your belt, we welcome all voices. 😁 Free, all welcome, contact us for assistance with transportation.🚐

Another welcoming community choir with a Jumblies Offshoot - especially for those in Scarborough easterly realms!

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And we were so proud, as we opened Round the Table last night, to display beautiful fabric art from the MABELLEarts sewing room, have Mabelle folk - Christen, Farah, Bernadette - singing in the choir and of course Shifra conducting; and Leah and a large Mabelle cohort amongst our opening night guests. Yay for our friendship with MABELLEarts!!
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Our Sewing Room napkins and felted circles were apart of Round The Table performative meal at Jumblies Theatre opening show! They contributed to the vibrancy of the evening as part of the table settings and were gracefully collected during the choirs choral singing!

And we were so proud, as we opened Round the Table last night, to display beautiful fabric art from the MABELLEarts sewing room, have Mabelle folk - Christen, Farah, Bernadette - singing in the choir and of course Shifra conducting; and Leah and a large Mabelle cohort amongst our opening night guests. Yay for our friendship with MABELLEarts!!

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4 seats have opened up for this evening's Round the Table meal and performance. If you'd like to attend, contact info@jumbliestheatre.org! ... See MoreSee Less

4 seats have opened up for this evenings Round the Table meal and performance. If youd like to attend, contact info@jumbliestheatre.org!

At Round The Table, we’ll be serving soup to all our guests in ceramic bowls made by Jumblies artist, Parker Dirks. As a fundraiser, we're also selling these beautiful hand-made ceramics at $30 a piece (payments can be made by cash, check and credit card). Pick out your bowl on-site when you come to see the show! (Bowls available for pickup after March 24th) Looking forward to seeing you there! ... See MoreSee Less

At Round The Table, we’ll be serving soup to all our guests in ceramic bowls made by Jumblies artist, Parker Dirks. As a fundraiser, were also selling these beautiful hand-made ceramics at $30 a piece (payments can be made by cash, check and credit card). Pick out your bowl on-site when you come to see the show! (Bowls available for pickup after March 24th) Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Round the Table rounds travelling back to MABELLEarts for wonderful day of sewing and music!
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Tomorrow, Thursday March 15th, you and your family are invited to join us for a day of sewing, songs, and free art-making for all ages with MABELLEarts! Guest artist Alejandra Nuñez will be teaching us an original song made with words shared during our Sewing Room!

Round the Table rounds travelling back to MABELLEarts for wonderful day of sewing and music!

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TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE FOR MARCH 22ND AND 23RD! Book today: 416 203 8428 • infor@jumbliestheatre.org
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TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE FOR MARCH 22ND AND 23RD! Book today: 416 203 8428 • infor@jumbliestheatre.org

Tickets have SOLD OUT for our opening and closing performances of Round the Table! There are still tickets available for March 22nd and 23rd - book yours today by phone or email: 416 203 8428 or info@jumbliestheatre.org ... See MoreSee Less

Tickets have SOLD OUT for our opening and closing performances of Round the Table! There are still tickets available for March 22nd and 23rd - book yours today by phone or email: 416 203 8428 or info@jumbliestheatre.org

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One more chance to make bowls with Ceramics Artist Parker Dirks, for our March 21-24 Round the Table event - Tuesday March 7, 4:30 to 6:30, at The Ground Floor (132 Fort York Blvd.). Soup and sewing also on the go. All welcome!
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One more chance to make bowls with Ceramics Artist Parker Dirks, for our March 21-24 Round the Table event - Tuesday March 7, 4:30 to 6:30, at The Ground Floor (132 Fort York Blvd.). Soup and sewing also on the go. All welcome!

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Our first group to come and do a Four Lands workshop at the Art Gallery of Mississauga was a group of young writers and artists from Mississauga called INK Movement. Here are a few of their drawings and miniatures. #4Lands
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Our first group to come and do a Four Lands workshop at the Art Gallery of Mississauga was a group of young writers and artists from Mississauga called INK Movement. Here are a few of their drawings and miniatures.  #4Lands

Thanks to Heather, Sam and Binaeshee-Quae for being part of the set-up team for our Four Lands of Mississauga, which opened at the Art Gallery of Mississauga last Thursday and is open for visits, with scheduled drop-in workshops, until April 14th. #4Lands ... See MoreSee Less

Thanks to Heather, Sam and Binaeshee-Quae for being part of the set-up team for our Four Lands of Mississauga, which opened at the Art Gallery of Mississauga last Thursday and is open for visits, with scheduled drop-in workshops, until April 14th.  #4Lands

Join us Tomorrow! Tuesday night at the Ground Floor for Performing Stories 7:00-8:30 with Julia Hune-Brown and Guest Artist Bernice Hune.

BERNICE HUNE SPINS GOLD MOUNTAIN STORIES, TELLING TRADITIONAL FOLKTALES FROM ASIA ENTWINED WITH CANADA’S IMMIGRANT HISTORY STORIES. SHE IS A STORYTELLER, ACTOR, RADIO BROADCASTER AND ARTS EDUCATOR WHO GREW UP IN TORONTO IMMERSED IN CANTONESE SONGS AND STORIES – ELDERS SHARING TRADITIONAL FOLK TALES AS WELL AS PERSONAL STORIES ABOUT THE RAILWAY, THE HEAD TAX, AND THE STRUGGLE FOR THE RIGHTS OF FULL CITIZENSHIP. HER WORK HAS BEEN HIGHLIGHTED AT THE CANADIAN MUSEUM OF IMMIGRATION – PIER 21 IN HALIFAX AND AT THE MULTICULTURAL HISTORY SOCIETY OF ONTARIO.

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Join us Tomorrow! Tuesday night at the Ground Floor for Performing Stories 7:00-8:30 with Julia Hune-Brown and Guest Artist Bernice Hune. 

BERNICE HUNE SPINS GOLD MOUNTAIN STORIES, TELLING TRADITIONAL FOLKTALES FROM ASIA ENTWINED WITH CANADA’S IMMIGRANT HISTORY STORIES. SHE IS A STORYTELLER, ACTOR, RADIO BROADCASTER AND ARTS EDUCATOR WHO GREW UP IN TORONTO IMMERSED IN CANTONESE SONGS AND STORIES – ELDERS SHARING TRADITIONAL FOLK TALES AS WELL AS PERSONAL STORIES ABOUT THE RAILWAY, THE HEAD TAX, AND THE STRUGGLE FOR THE RIGHTS OF FULL CITIZENSHIP. HER WORK HAS BEEN HIGHLIGHTED AT THE CANADIAN MUSEUM OF IMMIGRATION – PIER 21 IN HALIFAX AND AT THE MULTICULTURAL HISTORY SOCIETY OF ONTARIO.

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Come join us in the sewing room today! Drop in anytime before 4:00!

Sewing at MABELLEarts!

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Setting up at the Art Gallery of Mississauga for tomorrow's opening. A student visiting from a local middle school made our first Four Lands of Mississauga drawing and miniature! #4Lands
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Setting up at the Art Gallery of Mississauga for tomorrows opening. A student visiting from a local middle school made our first Four Lands of Mississauga drawing and miniature!  #4Lands

Our Four Lands Project is travelling out to Mississauga/Peel, based at the Art Gallery of Mississauga for a couple of months starting next Thursday, February 22. Come and join us and feel free to e-mail info@jumbliestheatre for more drop-in times and details. #4Lands ... See MoreSee Less

Our Four Lands Project is travelling out to Mississauga/Peel, based at the Art Gallery of Mississauga for a couple of months starting next Thursday, February 22. Come and join us and feel free to e-mail info@jumbliestheatre for more drop-in times and details. #4Lands

Jumblies Theatre shared The Globe and Mail's Every two years, a frozen lake in North Bay becomes home to art.

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Congrats to our friends at Aanmitaagzi on another Nipissing Ice Follies!
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Every two years, Lake Nipissing in North Bay, Ont. becomes the venue for a festival called 'Ice Follies', where art installations are displayed along the shores of the Nipissing First Nation.

Jumblies Theatre shared Art Gallery of Mississauga's Four Lands @ AGM.

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COMING UP! Organized in partnership with Jumblies Theatre, FOUR LANDS explores people’s differing relationships to a #place. #Artists and diverse #community members will create and bring to life their own #lands, through #drawings, words, miniature models, #music, conversation and #performance. Four Lands takes the form of an evolving #gallery, with ongoing public drop-ins, offsite #workshops, a project launch and final presentation. Special thanks to our fab intern Janine for making this GIF! FOUR LANDS DROP-IN WORKSHOPS + CLOSING EVENT Thursdays: March 1, 8, 29, April 5, 5:30 - 8:00 PM Saturdays: February 24 to April 14, 1:00 - 3:00 PM Thursday, April 12: Closing Celebration, 6:00 - 8:00 PM #mississauga #communityarts #AGMFIRSTNEWNEXT

Our Round the Table event is coming up. Come and find out what Jumblies has been up to this winter, enjoy soup, stories, and songs. Reserve your place now, as our capacity is very limited; we intend to sit our entire audience and community choir at the table! #RoundtheTable ... See MoreSee Less

Our Round the Table event is coming up. Come and find out what Jumblies has been up to this winter, enjoy soup, stories, and songs. Reserve your place now, as our capacity is very limited; we intend to sit our entire audience and community choir at the table! #RoundtheTable

Our little shoes (designed by Marianne Alas & Ange Loft), have migrated to Sioux Lookout! Ruth Howard is offering some workshops with Sioux Lookout First Nation Health Authority, thanks to funds from the Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario. ... See MoreSee Less

Our little shoes (designed by Marianne Alas & Ange Loft), have migrated to Sioux Lookout! Ruth Howard is offering some workshops with Sioux Lookout First Nation Health Authority, thanks to funds from the Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de lOntario.

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Some Montreal miniatures from NDG Senior Citizens' Council, photographed by me (Ruth) and my young friend Vico:
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Some Montreal miniatures from NDG Senior Citizens Council, photographed by me (Ruth) and my young friend Vico:
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We've just had two great Four Lands workshops in Montreal with NDG Senior Citizens' Council, program leader Sherry Guppy and her colleague Jasmine, a group of wonderful volunteers and participants, Ruth from Jumblies, and Montreal artists Zoe Jenkins and Adriana Garisto.

Thanks again to the Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada and Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario for funding this touring project! #4Lands
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Weve just had two great Four Lands workshops in Montreal with NDG Senior Citizens Council, program leader Sherry Guppy and her colleague Jasmine, a group of wonderful volunteers and participants, Ruth from Jumblies, and Montreal artists Zoe Jenkins and Adriana Garisto. 

Thanks again to the Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada and Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de lOntario for funding this touring project! #4Lands

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#artfareessentials #2018 After lunch, it was the continuation of the introductory art activity and then learning and singing 'What Was My Backyard" with Shifra Cooper and Britta Johnson. Day 1 was a soft and gentle start of getting to know each other and getting comfortable with the space before we move towards the rest of the intensive week.
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#artfareessentials #2018 After lunch, it was the continuation of the introductory art activity and then learning and singing What Was My Backyard with Shifra Cooper and Britta Johnson. Day 1 was a soft and gentle start of getting to know each other and getting comfortable with the space before we move towards the rest of the intensive week.

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Day 1 (morning): Introductory art activity led by Ruth Howard with paper baby mocassin.Template designed by Ange Loft and Marianne Alas #artfareessentials #communityarts #jumbliestheatre
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Day 1 (morning): Introductory art activity led by Ruth Howard with paper baby mocassin.Template designed by Ange Loft and Marianne Alas #artfareessentials #communityarts #jumbliestheatre

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#throwback to Arts4All's Whispers in Winter event last December when there was also soup and songs sung by Jumblies Ground Floor Choir.
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Our celebration of film and festoonery featured poetry, weaving and percussion by the Arts4All players, a theatre performance by Anwar Ibrahim, soup and songs sung by Jumblies Ground Floor Choir and three community films created by the Davenport Perth Church Ministry, Jumblies Theatre and Arts4All. Photo Credit: Katherine Fleitas, peacephoto.com

#throwback to Arts4Alls Whispers in Winter event last December when there was also soup and songs sung by Jumblies Ground Floor Choir.

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Some more miniatures created these past few days at #4lands of #Winnipeg at The Edge Gallery and Urban Art Centre #communityarts #miniaturemaking #winnipegart Thanks to our partner Creative Manitoba and also our funders Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario and Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du .Photos by Adrienne Marcus Raja
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Some more miniatures created these past few days at #4lands of #Winnipeg at The Edge Gallery and Urban Art Centre #communityarts #miniaturemaking #winnipegart Thanks to our partner Creative Manitoba and also our funders Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de lOntario and Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du .Photos by Adrienne Marcus Raja

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Here are some of our Winnipeg Four Lands miniatures out on Main Street (photographed by Lindsey Bond:
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Here are some of our Winnipeg Four Lands miniatures out on Main Street (photographed by Lindsey Bond:
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Some more Four Lands of Winnipeg photos from The Edge Gallery and Urban Art Centre, by our wonderful project photographer Lindsey Bond.
Thanks to Creative Manitoba, the Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario and Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada.
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Some more Four Lands of Winnipeg photos from The Edge Gallery and Urban Art Centre, by our wonderful project photographer Lindsey Bond.
Thanks to Creative Manitoba, the Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de lOntario and Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada.
#4Lands #4LandsWinnipeg

Jumblies Theatre added 6 new photos — with Elise Nadeau.

Here are some snapshots by Adrienne and Leah from our first drop-in day at The Edge Gallery and Urban Art Centre. Thanks to Elise Nadeau for bringing out the clay!
Thanks to Creative Manitoba for their partnership, and to our tour funders the Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada and Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario.
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Here are some snapshots by Adrienne and Leah from our first drop-in day at The Edge Gallery and Urban Art Centre. Thanks to Elise Nadeau for bringing out the clay! 
Thanks to Creative Manitoba for their partnership, and to our tour funders the Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada and Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de lOntario.
#4Lands  #4LandsWinnipeg

Jumblies Theatre shared The AMY Project - Artists Mentoring Youth's album.

We're happy to be sharing our space at The Ground Floor once again with the wonderful The AMY Project - Artists Mentoring Youth!
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Day One of The AMY Project - Artists Mentoring Youth's 2018 Theatre Program! For this special day, the whole program came together: 13 new participants, 13 artist mentors, a team of directors, and AMY staff. Dinner by Wendy, welcomes and introductions, mentor-mentee meet and great, goal-setting for the year, and more. Thanks Jumblies Theatre for once again being our rehearsal space partner!

Were happy to be sharing our space at The Ground Floor once again with the wonderful The AMY Project - Artists Mentoring Youth!

Jumblies Theatre shared The Garrison's post.

Our Four Lands Winnipeg Project also spent a pleasant Saturday afternoon at the Red Road Lodge with The Garrison - a great weekly community music program.
#4Lands, #4LandsWinnipeg Creative Manitoba
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The Four Lands project from Jumblies Theatre is pretty awesome... come on down & check it out!

Our Four Lands Winnipeg Project also spent a pleasant Saturday afternoon at the Red Road Lodge with The Garrison - a great weekly community music program.
#4Lands, #4LandsWinnipeg Creative Manitoba

Jumblies Theatre shared Creative Manitoba's post.

Our Four Lands Winnipeg away team, Ruth and Adrienne, were very happy to spend some time on Sunday morning with Creative Manitoba's Community Arts Practice Foundations course.
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Last weekend's Community Arts Practice Foundations intensive was an immersive learning experience for all participants. Pictured here are some of the practitioners who are learning art-making tools and techniques in dialogue with Kerri Twigg and Ruth Howard.

Our Four Lands Winnipeg away team, Ruth and Adrienne, were very happy to spend some time on Sunday morning with Creative Manitobas Community Arts Practice Foundations course.
#4Lands #4LandsWinnipeg

Four Lands Winnipeg is up and running at The Edge Gallery and Urban Art Centre. Drop by and join us any time this week from 2:00 to 8:30pm to make something and contribute to the evolving gallery, and on Saturday Jan. 20th from 2 to 5pm to celebrate the results!

Photo by Lindsey Bond Partner: Creative Manitoba
#4Lands #4LandsWinnipeg
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Four Lands Winnipeg is up and running at The Edge Gallery and Urban Art Centre. Drop by and join us any time this week from 2:00 to 8:30pm to make something and contribute to the evolving gallery, and on Saturday Jan. 20th from 2 to 5pm to celebrate the results! 

Photo by Lindsey Bond Partner: Creative Manitoba 
#4Lands #4LandsWinnipeg

Here's our great Four Lands of Winnipeg artistic team: Ruth, Kelly Campbell, Süss, Darla Contois, Ted Longbottom, René Joshi Sims,
Adrienne Marcus Raja, our partner and host Carol Finlay of Creative Manitoba, with photographer Lindsey Bond at the camera!
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Heres our great Four Lands of Winnipeg artistic team: Ruth, Kelly Campbell, Süss, Darla Contois, Ted Longbottom, René Joshi Sims, 
Adrienne Marcus Raja, our  partner and host Carol Finlay of Creative Manitoba, with photographer Lindsey Bond at the camera! 
#4Lands #4LandsWinnipeg The Edge Gallery and Urban Art Centre

So excited to be coming to Winnipeg in two days with our Four Lands project! #4Lands ... See MoreSee Less

So excited to be coming to Winnipeg in two days with our Four Lands project! #4Lands

Jumblies Theatre added 17 new photos.

And some more Penny Loafers (so-called because they have pennies on their behinds for weight) - these ones made by people across the country during Train of Thought - loafing around the vicinity of The Ground Floor (Photos taken by Heather Long).
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And some more Penny Loafers (so-called because they have pennies on their behinds for weight) - these ones made by people across the country during Train of Thought - loafing around the vicinity of The Ground Floor (Photos taken by Heather Long).

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Some more little people out and about near The Ground Floor:
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Some more little people out and about near The Ground Floor:

We've been sending our little paper people (so-called "Penny Loafers") - first made when we moved into The Ground Floor 4 years ago - out into the world. Here's one that Keith McNair took to Mexico: ... See MoreSee Less

Weve been sending our little paper people (so-called Penny Loafers) - first made when we moved into The Ground Floor 4 years ago - out into the world. Heres one that Keith McNair took to Mexico:

We're also taking our Four Lands project to Winnipeg, in partnership with Creative Manitoba and The Edge Gallery and Urban Art Centre: ... See MoreSee Less

Were also taking our Four Lands project to Winnipeg, in partnership with Creative Manitoba and The Edge Gallery and Urban Art Centre:

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We're bringing our soup, songs an stories into the new year, with a new project - Round the Table. Come and join us at The Ground Floor! ... See MoreSee Less

Were bringing our soup, songs an stories into the new year, with a new  project - Round the Table. Come and join us at The Ground Floor!

Short notice, but tonight we're also screening another short film at Davenport Perth with Arts4All - Walking Treaties, with musical sound-track by Arie Verheul-van de Ven, filming by Adrienne Marcus Raja and Liam Coo with Alpha Alternative School, Ginko Sistas and many other artists. The whole event (Whispers In Winter) starts at 6:30pm, and the film screenings will start around 7:30pm. ... See MoreSee Less

Short notice, but tonight were also screening another short film at Davenport Perth with Arts4All - Walking Treaties, with musical sound-track by Arie Verheul-van de Ven, filming by Adrienne Marcus Raja and Liam Coo with Alpha Alternative School, Ginko Sistas and many other artists. The whole event (Whispers In Winter) starts at 6:30pm, and the film screenings will start around 7:30pm.

If you missed seeing the VIEW FROM HERE, our short zany comic opera film (music by Norbert Palej, libretto by Liz Rucker, comics by Miranda Sharp, film by Sofia Bohdanowicz, with many other artists and community members) - here's another chance.

We're screening it with Arts4All tomorrow - Wednesday December 6 - at Davenport Perth Neighbourhood and Community Health Centre, 1900 Davenport Road.

The overall event - Whispers In Winter - runs from 6:30 to 8:30, includes soup, a couple of other short films, an award-giving and other delights. If you're interested in attending, and would like more info. contact info@jumbliestheatre.org.
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If you missed seeing the VIEW FROM HERE, our short zany comic opera film (music by Norbert Palej, libretto by Liz Rucker, comics by Miranda Sharp, film by Sofia Bohdanowicz, with many other artists and community members) - heres another chance.

Were screening it with Arts4All tomorrow - Wednesday December 6 - at Davenport Perth Neighbourhood and Community Health Centre, 1900 Davenport Road. 

The overall event - Whispers In Winter - runs from 6:30 to 8:30, includes soup, a couple of other short films, an award-giving and other delights. If youre interested in attending, and would like more info. contact info@jumbliestheatre.org.

Jumblies Theatre shared Creative Manitoba's post.

Really looking forward to taking our Four Lands project to Winnipeg in January, in partnership with Creative Manitoba Artists and Community Learning Network and The Edge Gallery and Urban Art Centre! #FourLands
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Interested in art for social change? From January 12–14, learn how to manage a community arts project with Kerri Twigg. Bonus: we’ll be partnering with Jumblies Theatre & The Edge Gallery and Urban Art Centre to host a community arts project called Four Lands. We invite you to participate in the project to gain hands-on experience. bit.ly/2gc9qXY

Really looking forward to taking our Four Lands project to Winnipeg in January, in partnership with Creative Manitoba Artists and Community Learning Network and The Edge Gallery and Urban Art Centre! #FourLands

We're pleased to host a second storytelling afternoon at The Ground Floor on Saturday Dec. 2nd. Everyone - all ages - are welcome. Pay-what-you-can admission. ... See MoreSee Less

Were pleased to host a second storytelling afternoon at The Ground Floor on Saturday Dec. 2nd. Everyone - all ages - are welcome. Pay-what-you-can admission.

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Lovely wintery window decorations at The Ground Floor, by Binaeshee-Quae Couchie-Nabigon:
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Lovely wintery window decorations at The Ground Floor, by Binaeshee-Quae Couchie-Nabigon:

Last year at this time we were concluding our Four Lands Halifax episode, with a finale event at NSCAD-U's Port Loggia Gallery! #FourLands ... See MoreSee Less

Last year at this time we were concluding our Four Lands Halifax episode, with a finale event at NSCAD-Us Port Loggia Gallery! #FourLands

Hey Regina Friends: FOUR LANDS REGINA is having an extended showing at the Artful Dodger Cafe & Music Emporium on 11th Ave. until Friday morning (Dec. 1)! A selection of the miniatures and drawings made by over 200 Regina residents are on display there. And it's a wonderful venue to have a drink and a bite to eat! #FourLands

Thanks once again to our Regina partners (Common Weal Community Arts and Heritage Community Association and other participating groups), our Regina artists (Adrienne Marcus Raja, Julia Hune Brown, Jamie Oshkabewisens, Laura Hale, Karlie King, Ashley Johnson, Joely Big Eagle-Kequahtooway, Russell Paskimen, Clinton Ackerman, Traci Foster, Diana Chabros), and our touring funders Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario and Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada!
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Hey Regina Friends: FOUR LANDS REGINA is having an extended showing at the Artful Dodger Cafe & Music Emporium on 11th Ave. until Friday morning (Dec. 1)! A selection of the miniatures and drawings made by over 200 Regina residents are on display there. And its a wonderful venue to have a drink and a bite to eat! #FourLands

Thanks once again to our Regina partners (Common Weal Community Arts and Heritage Community Association and other participating groups), our Regina artists (Adrienne Marcus Raja, Julia Hune Brown, Jamie Oshkabewisens, Laura Hale, Karlie King, Ashley Johnson, Joely Big Eagle-Kequahtooway, Russell Paskimen, Clinton Ackerman, Traci Foster, Diana Chabros), and our touring funders Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de lOntario and Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada!

Jumblies Theatre shared Ahuri Theatre / 国際劇団アユリテアトル's post.

If you missed it last time, don't miss it this time!!
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Looky here! This is the Point is one of The Toronto Star's best bets for this week. Catch us this weekend December 1-3 at The Theatre Centre. ASL interpreted show on Saturday the 2nd. Audio described show on Sunday the 3rd. www.thestar.com/entertainment/2017/11/26/this-week-in-toronto-lcd-soundsystem-home-alone-in-conce...

If you missed it last time, dont miss it this time!!

Yesterday Laura, Jamie, Ruth, Julia and Adrienne said goodbye to Regina after a wonderful Four Lands week there! #FourLands #4lands ... See MoreSee Less

Yesterday Laura, Jamie, Ruth, Julia and Adrienne said goodbye to Regina after a wonderful Four Lands week there! #FourLands #4lands

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Tomorrow is the final celebration and presentation for Four Lands Regina, in partnership with Heritage Community Association and Common Weal Community Arts! #FourLands

Thanks for touring funds from Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada & Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario!
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Tomorrow is the final celebration and presentation for Four Lands Regina, in partnership with Heritage Community Association and Common Weal Community Arts!   #FourLands

Thanks for touring funds from Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada & Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de lOntario!

Here's our wonderful Four Lands Regina artistic team at the end of our first day and artist intro. workshop at the Heritage Community Association.
Left to right, top to bottom: Jamie Oskabewisens, Ruth Howard, Laura Hale, Ashley Johnson, Julia Hune Brown, Clinton Ackerman, Karlie King, Adrienne Marcus Raja, Joely BigEagle-Kequahtooway. Photo by Gerry Ruecker. #4Lands

Thanks: Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada, Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario
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Heres our wonderful Four Lands Regina artistic team at the end of our first day and artist intro. workshop at the Heritage Community Association.
Left to right, top to bottom: Jamie Oskabewisens, Ruth Howard, Laura Hale, Ashley Johnson, Julia Hune Brown, Clinton Ackerman, Karlie King, Adrienne Marcus Raja, Joely BigEagle-Kequahtooway. Photo by Gerry Ruecker.  #4Lands

Thanks: Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada, Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de lOntario

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Just completed our grand finale Four Lands event in Shaunovan, SW Sask. On to Regina tomorrow!

We'll be working there with Regina partners Common Weal Community Arts#FourLands and the Heritage Community Association #4Lands

Thanks to funders Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada and Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario
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Just completed our grand finale Four Lands event in Shaunovan, SW Sask. On to Regina tomorrow! 

Well be working there with Regina partners Common Weal Community Arts#FourLands and the Heritage Community Association   #4Lands

Thanks to funders Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada and Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de lOntario

Jumblies Theatre shared Grand Coteau Heritage and Cultural Centre's post.

A wonderful day at the Grand Coteau Heritage and Cultural Centre in Shaunovan Sask, working with a great Grade 8 class from Shaunavon High School, and setting up for our grand finale event tomorrow afternoon, which will include with stories, live music, art-making, and a display of what we've made this with almost 200 local people.

Thanks to the Canada Council for the Arts and the Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de l'Ontario for funding our Four Lands tour. #FourLands
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Everyone is welcome to stop by the Grand Coteau Centre tomorrow afternoon; Saturday, November 18 from 1:30 - 4:30 p.m.; for the Grand Finale of the FOUR LANDS project. Students and community members from Shaunavon (SHS Grade 8), Val Marie, Ponteix and Swift Current have participated in the project throughout this week. Enjoy seeing their art pieces, listening to music and celebrating the land! Coffee and goodies will be served. Hope to see you here!

A wonderful day at the Grand Coteau Heritage and Cultural Centre in Shaunovan Sask, working with a great Grade 8 class from Shaunavon High School, and setting up for our grand finale event tomorrow afternoon, which will include with stories, live music, art-making, and a display of what weve made this with almost 200 local people.

Thanks to the Canada Council for the Arts and the Ontario Arts Council - Conseil des arts de lOntario for funding our Four Lands tour. #FourLands

Jumblies Theatre added 17 new photos.

And here are some photos from Day 3 of Four Lands SW Saskatchewan. This time we worked all day with 40 students from Ponteix School and Ecole Boreale, and local artists Joseph Naytowhow, Madonna Hamel and Diana Chabros. #4Lands
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And here are some photos from Day 3 of Four Lands SW Saskatchewan. This time we worked all day with 40 students from Ponteix School and Ecole Boreale, and local artists Joseph Naytowhow, Madonna Hamel and Diana Chabros. #4Lands

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Some photos (taken by Adrienne) from Day 2 of Four Lands in SW Saskatchewan - at Val Marie School with students from Kindergarten to Grade 8, Val Marie artists and residents Diana Chabros and Janine Perrault, and Metis elder, Cecile Blanke. #4Lands
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Some photos (taken by Adrienne) from Day 2 of Four Lands in SW Saskatchewan - at Val Marie School with students from Kindergarten to Grade 8, Val Marie artists and residents Diana Chabros and Janine Perrault, and Metis elder, Cecile Blanke.  #4Lands

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Day 1 of Four Lands SW Saskatchewan took place with an artist gathering and orientation at Sky Story Bed and Breakfast in stunningly beautiful wintery Val Marie. Photos by Adrienne Marcus Raja and Trea Jensen. #4lands
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Day 1 of Four Lands SW Saskatchewan took place with an artist gathering and orientation at Sky Story Bed and Breakfast in stunningly beautiful wintery Val Marie. Photos by Adrienne Marcus Raja and Trea Jensen. #4lands

Jumblies Theatre shared Qaggiavuut Nunavut Performing Arts's post.

We're proud of Julia Hune Brown, Jumblies artist and current Metcalf Performing Arts Intern, working on this wonderful show!
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Coming up in #ClydeRiver! Free youth workshops with actors from the Inuit play 'Kiviuq Returns!' Nov 13-15

Were proud of Julia Hune Brown, Jumblies artist and current Metcalf Performing Arts Intern, working on this wonderful show!

Ruth Howard and Adrienne Marcus Raja are heading to SW Saskatchewan for a week with our Four Lands Project, working with Joseph Naytowhow, Diana Chabros, Madonna Hammel, Michael, Lyngstadt, Trea Jensen, Maria Cappelle, Cecile Blanke and other local artists and partners.

Thank for touring funds from the Ontario Arts Council and Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada. #4lands
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Ruth Howard and Adrienne Marcus Raja are heading to SW Saskatchewan for a week with our Four Lands Project, working with Joseph Naytowhow, Diana Chabros, Madonna Hammel, Michael, Lyngstadt, Trea Jensen, Maria Cappelle, Cecile Blanke and other local artists and partners. 

Thank for touring funds from the Ontario Arts Council and Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada. #4lands

Here's Ange Loft, Jumblies Associate AD, talking about Talking Treaties from The Ground Floor:
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Angela Loft is a multi-disciplinary artist from Kahnawake, Mohawk Territory. She is the Assistant Artistic Director of Jumblies Theatre, where she has spent ...