“It’s really important to give well-earned credit to the young women who are standing behind feminist activism and might be looking at things differently than us … mentorship can foster that while also giving young people a platform so we can learn from them too.”
Author Eva Crocker
Contact Improvisation is a dance form that originated in the ‘70s, drawing heavily on the martial art Aikido.
“I think a lot of Canadians relate to the show because it looks toward the centers of power from the fringes, and most Canadians live in the fringes. The show has always been a kind of advocate for the underdog who’s not represented in the power structure.”
Recent Grenfell graduate Lauren Brinson has been named a regional winner of the 2017 BMO 1st Art Award for her piece “Small Talk.”
For Genova, the challenge of trying to make spaces inclusive for everyone is an architect’s duty; it’s not an extra chore, but the essence of the job.
Family Dinner is an immersive dinning experience that Chambers has been performing in different Canadian cities for four years.
“It’s just a brilliant piece of writing, it’s a riveting story that’s told in an interesting way.”
At the conference, former U.S. Vice President Al Gore and other prominent environmentalists will get participants up to date on the latest developments in climate science, and provide training on how to get other people involved the movement to stop climate change.
“I have to navigate a colonial world that looks at land, water, and lives as resources to be extracted or exploited,” Cole said.