Poets In The KitchenNorth Vancouver Community Arts Council North Vancouver, British Columbia
Literature and Spoken Word , Culinary Arts — Talks and Discussion, Virtual Activity
Based on youtube series, Poets in the Kitchen, Johnny D Trinh will invite guest artists including: Johnny MacRae, Anjalica Solomon, and Andrew Warner to participate in a live cooking tutorial, and art performance. Throughout the performance, there is a dialogue around artists' practices and socio-cultural and ethno-cultural significance of the food being prepared. Proceeding the meal, the artists will perform a short set.
Audiences can watch live, or join the live stream to participate via instagram: johnnydtrinh. There is also a Q&A after the performance. Food and refreshments will be available to audiences. Space is limited. Festival seating, first come first serve, you can register for the event by emailing: email@example.com
|Thu 27 Sep||No events scheduled.|
|Fri 28 Sep||No events scheduled.|
|Sat 29 Sep||1:00 PM to 4:00 PM|
In case of rain:
Indoor event, potentially outdoors if the weather is nice.
335 Lonsdale Ave, North Vancouver, BC V7M 2G3
North Vancouver, British Columbia
5 min walk from Seabus Terminal. Take the seabus from Waterfront Station to Lonsdale Quay Seabus terminal. Turn right, and walk through the Lonsdale Quay Market up towards the Esplanade. Turn left onto Lonsdale (heading North) towards the mountains. Walk up a couple blocks and the North Vancouver Community Arts Council is located on the north west side of Lonsdale, just half a block north of 3 St.
Johnny D Trinh
Johnny D Trinh is an interdisciplinary and spoken word artist. Exploring the use of music, projection mapping, video, social media, movement, theatre, and creative technology- Johnny’s practice integrates the multi-layered realities within which we exist to create immersive spoken word experiences. Johnny’s pedagogy is rooted in the goal of fostering a sense of empowerment, agency, and compassion through socially engaged, community based art. He creates opportunities to support marginalized communities cultivate their voice: “Pass the mic, or silence the future."
This event requires pre-registration. Please sign-up here.
This event is in English.
This event is wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Storytelling, Singing, Poetry, Performance, Improvisation, Contemporary, Food