Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Transitions: Community Art for the Earth

MYTHS AND MIRRORS’ Spring Equinox Community Celebration

Transitions: Community Art for the Earth

Join us March 21st, 2009, starting at 12:00 Noon at the Mooselodge, 212 Frood Road for a Spring Community Celebration

12:30pm – 5:00pm Opening circle by elder: Winnie Pitawanakwet

  • Song and Drumming by: The EAGLE SINGERS
  • Video Screenings and Installation Art by: David Lebrun. – Video Short “Theomania”
  • Sam Shahsahabi The Persian New Year, “Nowruz”. Photos & Storytelling from Iran.
  • Billy Bruhmuller Circle Round Videos: Communities Hand in Hand - Youtube installation
  • Mercedes Cueto “It’s not easy being green”, Video loop installation
  • Spider Alan Asher “A Show of Hands”, Story telling & Video Screening
  • Living Culture: Videography by: David Lebrun and Tanya Ball

Voices from the Community;
Winnie Pitawanakwat, Jim Eshkawkogan, Stuart Cryer, Monique Beaudoin, Joan Kuyek, Gary Kinsman, Tanya Ball, Debbie Robertson, Laurie Missy Bergh, Spider Alan Asher, Shailagh Keaney, Nicole Poulin, Annette Reszcynski, Janet Gasparini, Rebecca Ziegler, Paula Johnson, Tina Roy, Amira Emma Routledge, Heather Smith, Rita McGlaughlin, Diane Jack, Eileen Creasey, Joanne Thompson, Carole Dodge, Vivian Hnatchiuk, Jean McGauley, Vickie McGauley, Lisa Lalonde, Lori Paradis, Paul Lowenberg, Sam Shahsahabi, Danielle Tremblay, Gerald Beaulieu.

1:00 – 5:00PM

  • The Northern Circus Jammers, Lead by; Amira Emma Routledge, Mike Fell, Jenny Hazelton
  • The Sudbury Earth Dancers Dance and Practice with the Earth Dancers! Lead by: Lauren Pero
  • Stuff Swap ** Bring a bag of clothes, households, books, etc, return home with anew! **
  • Meditation Circle Lead by: Martin Laforest
  • Magazine – ‘Know your Dandelion’ Lead by: Bodicca Mitchell and Paula Johnson
Closing Ceremony Winnie Pitawanakwat
Accoustics & Songs by Bryce Mulligan

Admission is free, Donations Gratefully Appreciated!

No pressure cold food potluck. For more information Please call 673-1374.

These projects were supported by the Ontario Arts Council and the City of Greater Sudbury.

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