Exhibits and more things to check out

Fellow WASM member, Jennifer Laoun-Rubenstein, invites you to her solo exhibit at Café Bloom:

Address: 1940 Rue du Centre Montreal in Pointe St-Charles, a short walk from Metro Charlevoix.

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Other events:


Do you represent an arts organization? Join us on May 26 from 5 to 7 PM for our latest Québec Relations webinar, as we welcome representatives from articule to discuss their own firsthand experience in implementing non-herarchical structures in their organization and describe how their non-hierarchical, horizontal structure functions for board, staff, and members.

Registration: Québec Relations Webinar: Anti-Oppressive and Non-Hierarchical Practices for Arts Organizations w/ Articule (google.com)

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ELAN’s feature length documentary What We Choose to Remember is the opening film of the Hudson Film Festival on May 13. Director Guy Rex Rodgers will participate in a Q & A after the afternoon and evening screenings.

See the festival schedule here for times and tickets.

What We Choose to Remember now has its own webpage that you can visit here for latest news about the film. -------------------------------------------------------------------

How Stratford's new Tom Patterson Theatre attracts audiences and preserves the spirit of the original space. This season at the Stratford Festival promises to be a historic one with the unveiling of the newly redesigned Tom Patterson Theatre. Architect Siamak Hariri and Stratford Festival artistic director Antoni Cimolino joined Tom Power to discuss the new building and what the revamped theatre means for Canada's most celebrated theatre festival.

https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-50-q/clip/15911683-how-stratfords-tom-patterson-theatre-attracts-audiences-preserves


https://www.stratfordfestival.ca/landingpages/TPT

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Urban gardening workshops by the Concordia Greenhouse. This 13-week urban agriculture course is for adults of all ages who want to learn how to grow nutritious food in an urban setting. Whether you are looking to transform your property into an edible garden, learn how to maintain a community garden, or you want to improve your existing gardening skills, this course will provide you with theoretical knowledge and practical skills to support your journey towards becoming more self-sufficient. Starting June 7, 2022.

For more info and registration: Education - Cultivaction

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