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Category: Party

Uncategorized October 6, 2021

Review: burn, burned

This review is part of a critical writing mentorship program developed by SummerWorks with NOW Magazine. SummerWorks has not put …

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Review: LEGacy Circus

This review is part of a critical writing mentorship program developed by SummerWorks with NOW Magazine. SummerWorks has not put …

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Review: A New Black Poet

This review is part of a critical writing mentorship program developed by SummerWorks with NOW Magazine. SummerWorks has not put …

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Uncategorized October 5, 2021

Review: nowhen & Connected as we are

This review is part of a critical writing mentorship program developed by SummerWorks with NOW Magazine. SummerWorks has not put …

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A bright green sticky note with "Welcome!" written in black marker. Uncategorized August 1, 2021

Welcome to SummerWorks 2021!

We’re back with something exciting and a little different than what you’ve come to expect the Festival to be. Starting …

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Uncategorized July 12, 2021

Artists at Work

Art Spin is an organization that presents exceptional contemporary art in unexpected spaces to create unique public experiences. It’s a gallery …

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A black woman in a red dress and long red gloves reaches upwards Uncategorized August 27, 2020

Review: We Will Be by Sid Malcom

This summer, recognizing a significant lack of diverse voices in Canadian arts media, we piloted a program to develop and …

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A performer stands on their toes at the edge of a wooden stage surrounded by trees. They are wearing a light purple dress with many small bells sewn onto the lower half, their long brown hair is in braids. Uncategorized August 25, 2020

Review: We Are by Nicole Eun-Ju Bell

This summer, recognizing a significant lack of diverse voices in Canadian arts media, we piloted a program to develop and …

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A child stands at the edge of a concrete slab looking across a small body of water towards a Toronto skyline full of many tall buildings Uncategorized August 23, 2020

Review: We Were by Jenna Shummoogum

This summer, recognizing a significant lack of diverse voices in Canadian arts media, we piloted a program to develop and …

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A sign posted in a city park that reads Artists At Work Uncategorized July 15, 2020

The 2020 SummerWorks Lab Artists in Residence

Neema Bickersteth specializes in contemporary projects in opera, music theatre and theatre. Included tours in the USA and Europe with …

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Uncategorized June 19, 2020

Unwrapping the mysterious from the mundane, in ASL

by Chris Dodd, Edmonton-based Deaf performer, playwright, accessibility advocate and founder and artistic director of SOUND OFF: A Deaf Theatre …

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Uncategorized May 28, 2020

A Message to our Community

Dear SummerWorks community, Today SummerWorks is announcing the postponement of the 30th anniversary edition of our annual 11-day August Festival. This decision …

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A courtyard at night decorated with strings of lights. A graffiti mural of houses and raccoons is in the background Uncategorized March 3, 2020

End of Summer Mix: The After Party

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End of Summer Mix: Party Time

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End of Summer Mix: The Pre-Party

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