The Studio is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2019 with a series of fundraising events the proceeds of which will be donated to the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto, our neighbour at 16 Spadina Road.
Check this page and Community Fundraising on our website for events in upcoming months including attending a theatrical performance at Canadian Stage on May 8, a musical event featuring Turkwaz at the Studio on June 8, a day of workshops with lunch included on June 9, and an Evening of Reading and Storytelling followed by a Community Meal and Silent Auction on September 21 and 22nd.
The Native Canadian Centre of Toronto offers a wide range of programmes and events including indigenous language classes, beading workshops, children’s arts and crafts, weekly big drum socials, martial arts, youth and cultural programming, and the Toronto Native Community History Programme. It has been a social, recreational, spiritual and cultural hub for Aboriginal people living and working in Toronto since 1962.
The Studio is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2019 with a series of fundraising events beginning with a raffle.
Please participate in a raffle beginning March 4 and continuing until March 29.
- First prize is a $400 coupon
- Second prizes $100 coupons
- Third prizes $40 coupons.
All prizes are redeemable for Studio classes, workshops, intensives or a retreat.
For those who aren’t at the Studio to purchase tickets, we invite you to use the PayPal button below.
The Studio has a limited number of tickets available for a Canadian Stage performance of 887 by Robert Lepage on Wednesday, May 8, 8:00pm at the Bluma Appel Theatre, 27 Front St. E.
Tickets are $80 or $65, with a percentage going to NCCT. Request your tickets now! Payment by cash, cheque or etransfer.
“At once mesmerizing and deeply moving, Robert Lepage’s spectacular 887 is one of this country’s greatest solo stage works, created and performed by one of our greatest storytellers. From his childhood in 1960s Quebec City, Lepage charts the social and political moments that shaped both our country and his identity. An unforgettable theatrical experience told with cinematic flair and stunning design, 887 is a must-see Canadian masterpiece.”
We are pleased to be holding a musical event featuring Turkwaz in the evening on Saturday, June 8.
“Turkwaz are a revelation – whether they are making you dance or making you long for loves lost, the music is of the highest calibre, played deftly and with spirit and joy. Though the songs are in languages I don’t speak, the artistry of the band members is such that the sense of the lyrics come through. What a performance!” Candace Shaw, Shelter Valley Festival