A Different Page: Open Creation

Canisia Lubrin

A Different Page: Open Creation

Canisia Lubrin

12:00pm

Friday, September 30, 2022

South Lawn Tent, September 30 at 12pm ET.

Introducing A Different Page, a new multidisciplinary storytelling series where writers, dance artists and musicians collaborate to create new performance pieces that explores themes of decolonization and diversity. Each presentation features a different duo of writers and performing artists, who can be seen by audiences rehearsing together on-site during the day before presenting their finished performance that evening. A Different Page is co-curated by Artistic Director of Pratibha Arts, Bageshree Vaze and Another Story Bookshop Events Coordinator Anjula Gogia.

Join multidisciplinary dance artist Emilie Jabouin and acclaimed poet Canisia Lubrin as they combine their artistic expertise. Jabouin is an intuitive dance artist and scholar. Emilie is a knowledge keeper of her Haitian heritage, the folk culture-drumming, singing and dancing forms. Inspired by the dance process of curiosity, Emilie uses her imagination to bridge the gap between research and performance. Lubrin is a writer, poet, editor and professor. Her writing explores social justice and the possibilities of art and language. Originally from St. Lucia, Canisia’s second book, The Dyzgraphxst, investigates diasporic life, and was awarded the OCM Bocas Prize for Caribbean Literature.

This is a free outdoor event. Find the venue on the #FestofAuthors22 map here.

Emilie Jaoubin headshot
Emilie Jabouin
@em1rj
Website
Canisia Lubrin
@canisia.lubrin
The Dyzgraphxst (Penguin Random House)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This event is supported by Pratibha Arts & Another Story Bookshop.

   

This event is made possible by Ontario Arts Council, Toronto Arts Council and Canada Council for the Arts.

South Lawn Tent, September 30 at 12pm ET.

Introducing A Different Page, a new multidisciplinary storytelling series where writers, dance artists and musicians collaborate to create new performance pieces that explores themes of decolonization and diversity. Each presentation features a different duo of writers and performing artists, who can be seen by audiences rehearsing together on-site during the day before presenting their finished performance that evening. A Different Page is co-curated by Artistic Director of Pratibha Arts, Bageshree Vaze and Another Story Bookshop Events Coordinator Anjula Gogia.

Join multidisciplinary dance artist Emilie Jabouin and acclaimed poet Canisia Lubrin as they combine their artistic expertise. Jabouin is an intuitive dance artist and scholar. Emilie is a knowledge keeper of her Haitian heritage, the folk culture-drumming, singing and dancing forms. Inspired by the dance process of curiosity, Emilie uses her imagination to bridge the gap between research and performance. Lubrin is a writer, poet, editor and professor. Her writing explores social justice and the possibilities of art and language. Originally from St. Lucia, Canisia’s second book, The Dyzgraphxst, investigates diasporic life, and was awarded the OCM Bocas Prize for Caribbean Literature.

This is a free outdoor event. Find the venue on the #FestofAuthors22 map here.

Emilie Jaoubin headshot
Emilie Jabouin
@em1rj
Website
Canisia Lubrin
@canisia.lubrin
The Dyzgraphxst (Penguin Random House)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This event is supported by Pratibha Arts & Another Story Bookshop.

   

This event is made possible by Ontario Arts Council, Toronto Arts Council and Canada Council for the Arts.

Featured Authors

Canisia Lubrin is the author of three books, including Code Noir (Knopf, 2023) and The Dyzgraphxst (M&S, 2020), winner of, among others, the Griffin Prize and OCM Bocas Prize for Caribbean literature. Awarded a 2021 Windham-Campbell poetry prize, Lubrin is a Creative Writing professor at the University of Guelph.

Read more about Canisia Lubrin

12:00pm

Friday, September 30, 2022

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