Culture Days @ TPL: Collaborative Dreamcatcher
Fibre & textile arts
History & heritage
For Culture Days, artist Jaene Castrillon plans to create a collaborative dreamcatcher workshop. Participants will be invited to weave their own goals and positive thoughts into a large dreamcatcher, while learning how to create their own personal dreamcatchers. The practice will be grounded in Jaene's belief in the importance of communities to support healing. Her way of life and teachings are largely influenced by Isaac Day of Serpent River First Nations, who is an Anishnaabe Elder and traditional teacher. This program is produced by Ontario Culture Days in partnership with Toronto Public Library.
This event is free.
Fri Sep 25
Sat Sep 26
Sun Sep 27
11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Jaene F. Castrillon is a 2spirit multi-disciplinary artist who explores her relationship to the world through various spiritual teachings and the wisdom of the land. As a 1st generation settler to Turtle Island and Tkaronto, she is a mixed race (indigenous Colombian/Hong Kong Chinese) queer woman of colour living with disabilities (psychiatric/physical/cognitive), her arts practice combines, art, activism and spirituality to open a dialogue on preconceived notions of wellness and illness. Jaene believes in sharing the brilliance and the heart-break of living a life less ordinary.
This event is part of a hub:
Culture Days Toronto, ON
Join us for a special series of Culture Days programming at Toronto Public Library. Branches across the city will be offering hands-on artist-led activities rooted in the theme of Creativity, the Arts and Well-being with a focus on storyte...
1101 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6H 1M7
Ontario Culture Dayson@culturedays.ca
This event is wheelchair accessible.