Jumblies Theatre and the Community Arts Guild Present:
Lost and Found Evolving Gallery
Cedar Ridge Creative Centre, 225 Confederation Drive, Scarborough, Ontario M1G 1B2
May 21 – 30, 2013
Featuring work created in Scarborough over the past season:
- A film and radio play – two parts of the Lost and Found Triptych to be completed in the fall
- Songs from the Nagamo Project, sharing Toronto’s Indigenous songs and history
- Short performances by our Scarborough Youth Troupe
- Costumes and excerpts from A Journey to Changeland, a pageant created with students from Willow Park Junior Public School
- Drop-in activities and performances on the Doors Open Toronto weekend, May 25 and 26
- An interactive and growing installation of visual arts and sound
Opening Soirée – May 21, 5-8:30pm
Join us for a performance by the Scarborough Youth Troupe, the premiere of the Lost and Found film and radio play, a presentation of When the Fish Met the Turtle by Sharada K. Eswar and Rosary Spence, and a performance on the mridangam by percussionist Sarma Donepudi.
5-6pm: Community meal and youth presentation
6-6:30: General public arrivals and gallery viewing
6:30-8:30: Public showcase
When the Fish met the Turtle is a theatrical telling of the creation story from the “Indian” perspective. The piece uses songs, chants and stories from the Hindu mythology and Cree creation stories.
Closing Reception – May 30, 7 – 9 p.m.
Celebrate the close of our season with highlights from the Evolving Gallery in its final state of evolution.
May 19: 1-4pm
May 20: Gallery Closed for Victoria Day
May 21 – 22: 10am-8pm
May 23: 10am-6pm
May 24 – 26: 10am-4pm
May 27 – 29: 10am – 8pm
May 30: 10am – 9pm
The Lost & Found Evolving Gallery is produced through a partnership between Jumblies Theatre, The Community Arts Guild, the City of Toronto’s Arts Services, Cedar Ridge Creative Centre and Cedar Ridge Studio Gallery.
Contributing Artists: Ruth Howard (Artistic Director of Jumblies), Sean Frey (Interim Artistic Director of the Community Arts Guild), Beth Helmers (Concept-creator of the Lost & Found Triptych & Returning Artistic Director of the Community Arts Guild), Marianne Alas, Rebecca Bruton, Shifra Cooper, Sarma Donepudi, Sharada Eswar, Katherine Fleitas, Victoria Freeman, Marie Gaudet, Peter Jones, Ange Loft, Emma Manchester, Keith McNair (Jumblies Managing Director), Douglas Merriman, Sarah Miller (a Metcalf Foundation Intern), Cathy Nosaty, Rosary Spence, Sasha Tate-Howarth, Andrea Thring, participants in the Lost and Found Triptych, the Nagamo Project, Willow Park students, and the Scarborough Youth Troupe. With visiting guest artists Sid Bobb, Penny Couchie and members of Aanmitaagzi from Nipissing First Nation.
With thanks to: Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, Toronto Arts Council, Government of Canada, Ontario Trillium Foundation, Toronto Community Foundation, George Cedric Metcalf Charitable Foundation, The J.W. McConnell Family Foundation.
TTC Directions to the Cedar Ridge Creative Centre:
From Kennedy Station, take the Scarborough RT to the Lawrence East station. Take the 54 Lawrence Ave. E. bus to Scarborough Golf Club Rd. Walk along Scarborough Golf Club to the second street south of Lawrence – Confederation Drive. Walk up Confederation Drive (east) until you reach Tingle Crescent. At Tingle, turn right, and walk toward the Centre.
For more information, email email@example.com or call 416-203-8428.