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TIFA Presents: Searching for the Sustainable Life

June 17 at 5:30pm

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Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have all faced immense amounts of anxiety, loneliness and grief, which has spurred many to re-evaluate their aspirations and redesign their daily lives. Now has become a prime time to collectively search for resilience and resolve to live more sustainable existences. With this in mind, TIFA Presents a selection of Canadian writers from across the country, reading works that explore the human capacity for resilience through adversity, offer new perspectives on our times, and celebrate the stories of our unique experiences. Following their readings, each writer will respond to the question: “How has your creativity sustained you through these times?”

Hosted by TIFA Director Roland Gulliver, this broadcast will feature readings from Norma Dunning, Ivan Coyote, Carmella Gray-Cosgrove and Hasan Namir.

This event is free to watch with registration and will be available to view for 72 hours. Both Book Summit registrants and the general public are welcome to watch.

Banner with Norma Dunning, Ivan Coyote, Carmella Gray-Cosgrove and Hasan Namir headshots

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TIFA Presents: Searching for the Sustainable Life

June 17 at 5:30pm


Participants

Roland Gulliver headshot

Photo credit: Robin Mair

Roland Gulliver

Norma Dunning Headshot

Photo credit: Emily Weisz Studios.

Norma Dunning

Ivan Coyote by Emily Cooper

Photo credit: Emily Cooper

Ivan Coyote

Carmella Gray-Cosgrove headshot

Photo credit: David Mandville.

Carmella Gray-Cosgrove

Hasan Namir headshot

Photo credit: Tarn Khare.

Hasan Namir

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