- Marc Lemyre
Culture Days @TPL: Babel-o-drome excerpts and making ofToronto Public Library: Deer Park Library Toronto, Ontario
Multi/Interdisciplinary, Multicultural — Collective Creation
Culture Days @ the Library is a city-wide celebration of arts and culture taking place at various Toronto Public Library branches.
Come join members of the BUS 123 collective on a journey through some of the best musical and theatrical moments of Babel-o-drome. Members will also share how they invented fun and unique interactive devices such as the "ooblek theremin" and the "typemorser", which will be there for you to test out. The performance is immersive, multimedia, multilingual...and participatory. You'll be invited to participate, including creating sound textures and telling short stories. Free and for all ages.
|Thu 27 Sep||No events scheduled.|
|Fri 28 Sep||No events scheduled.|
|Sat 29 Sep||10:00 AM to 11:30 AM|
In case of rain:
Program is happening indoors.
40 St Clair Ave. E
Collectif BUS 123
The collective BUS 123, a multigenerational, multi-lingual and multimedia artist collective, was formed in Montreal in 1991 to create the multidisciplinary piece BUS 123. The members of the collective, now based in Toronto and Montreal, form an eclectic group of artists with professional careers in their respective fields of theatre, video, music, dance and song. They have also pursued their own multidisciplinary artistic research. The look of Babel-o-drome is the reflection of their collaboration within the collective.
Stakeholder Relations, Communications, Programming and Customer Engagement
This event is in English & French.
This event is wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Storytelling, Singing, Performance, Library, Family Friendly, Acting, Music, T-PL