Collaborative storytelling by Caregiver Connections, Education & Support Organization (CCESO) and audio-visual art performance by Kwentong Bayan Collective (Althea Balmes and Jo SiMalaya Alcampo) With support from Karen Ancheta, Storyteller/Facilitator and Leon Aureaus, Artistic Director, Carlos Bulosan Theatre. Presented by the Myseum Intersections Festival.
Sunday March 10, 2019
Performance: 1-3 PM
Reception: 3-4 PM
24 Spadina Rd, Toronto, ON M5R 2S7
Closest Accessible subway is SPADINA.
FREE EVENT. Donations accepted.
Limited seating. Get tickets here.
Barrier free venue with seating area available for people in wheelchairs or with disabilities upon request. Washrooms are accessible. If you have any additional requirements or need additional assistance, please email Myseum at: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to accommodate.
From Spadina Station. Go north on Spadina Road to the next intersection on Lowther Avenue. Spadina Theatre is on the west side of the street. Use lower entrance with wheelchair access ramp.
There are several public parking lots close by, including:
Green P Parking, Carpark 231, at 19 Spadina Road and on-street parking all around.
Re-Imagining Stories of Care Work is part of Myseum Intersections, an annual festival that explores intersectional perspectives of Toronto through FREE collaborative exhibits, events, workshops, and tours.
Check out the full program. Please note that there will be photography taken at this event.