Camille Turner's Afronautic Research LabHeritage Hall Guelph, Ontario
Multi/Interdisciplinary, Multicultural — Other, Talks and Discussion
The Afronauts are coming to Heritage Hall, 83 Essex Street, on Saturday September 29, 2018 from 12pm to 5pm.
The Afronauts are descendants of the Dogon people of Mali. Their mandate is to save the planet by tackling one issue at a time. Currently, they are confronting Canada’s historical amnesia and anti-Black racism. The Afronauts will be present in Guelph soon and welcome your contributions and participation in their labs focused on this region.
Born in Jamaica and based in Toronto, Camille Turner is an explorer of race, space, home and belonging. She is the founder of Outerregion, an afrofuturist performance company. Her interventions, installations and public engagements combine Afrofuturism and historical research.
|Thu 27 Sep||No events scheduled.|
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|Sat 29 Sep||12:00 PM to 5:00 PM|
83 Essex Street
Guelph Black Heritage Society, Art Gallery of Guelph and University of Guelph Black Student Association
The Guelph Black Heritage Society are owners of the former British Methodist Episcopal (BME) Church building (83 Essex Street) which was built in 1880 by former slaves who escaped to Canada via the Underground Railroad and eventually settled in Guelph. 83 Essex Street, now known as the "Heritage Hall", serves as a community cultural and spiritual gathering space and promotes Guelph and Wellington County’s distinctive place in Southwestern Ontario’s rich Black Heritage.
President / Treasurer, Guelph Black Heritage Society
This event is in English.
This event is not wheelchair accessible.
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