Arts For All Essentials 2012

Arts For All Essentials 2012ARTS FOR ALL ESSENTIALS 2012
6th time in Toronto, 9th time in the world. There are still some places, and it’s not too late to sign up!

What is it?
•   An intensive workshop on the principles, practices and underpinnings of art that engages with and creates community,
•   Everything (or many things!) you need to know to start your own project,
•   A prelude to future work or internships with Jumblies,

Feb. 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26 – 10am – 6pm plus final celebration, and option to take part in MABELLEarts Parade on Feb. 18th
Location: Jumblies partner & offshoot venues TBA
Cost: $300 (with limited sliding scale and work-trade rates available).
Accommodation: For out of town participants, we can help find billets
For more information or to register: Please e-mail

co-hosted by Making Room Community Arts

Special Guest: Noah Kenneally presenting his work in Nunavik.
Location: Parc Activity Recreation Centre, 1499 Queen Street West
Date: Thursday January 19th
Agenda: 6:30: meet, greet, refreshments, 7:00: presentation, 8:00: questions, discussion, mingling, 9:00 end.
Cost: PWYC donations gratefully accepted
Solo Chicken Productions, led by Lisa Anne Ross, has coordinated the Nunavik Theatre Arts Program in Northern Quebec for nine years, working in schools in remote Inuit villages to develop community arts projects. In 2010 and 2011, Noah Kenneally joined the team as coordinator of the Innalik Mask and Puppet Project, in Inukjuak, Nunavik. Using masks, puppets and other visual theatre elements, the children of Innalik Public School tell stories about their experiences, their ideas and their community.
Noah Kenneally worked for several years as a community artist, primarily in visual theatre and performance. He was an associate artist with Jumblies Theatre for eight years. In 2008, he began undergraduate studies in Early Childhood Education at Ryerson University, and still did small community arts projects here and there. Noah plans to continue in academia for a while, and his graduate studies involve an inquiry into children’s autonomous spaces for learning and play.


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