An Opportunity to Build Relationships with Indigenous Artists of Edmonton
When: Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at 5-7pm.
Where: Paul Byrne Hall, West End of Robbins Health Learning Centre MacEwan University 9-115, 10524 110 Street Northwest Edmonton, AB T5H 3C5.
Spring Salon will feature the following speakers:
- Christine Sokaymoh Frederick, recently named the Citadel Theatre’s first Indigenous Associate Artist;
- Anna Marie Sewell, former Edmonton poet laureate;
- Lana Whiskeyjack, artist;
- Chris W. Carson, executive director, visual arts alberta – CARFAC.
- Joleen Ballendine, improvisational comedy actress with Rapid Fire Theatre; creator and lead instructor for the At-Risk-Youth Project, and recently started a program for children called the Kidprovisors.
Admission is free but registration is required to help us with catering. Donations are welcome at the door, suggested donation $15.
An opportunity to socialize with other artists and arts administrators while engaging in an important contemporary conversation.
PACE thanks the Faculty of Fine Arts and Communications at MacEwan University for their support in making this event possible.