Consensus Bus - Bancroft
Physical activity & movement
Alex Snukal’s Consensus Bus is a free bus that runs for 4-8 hours a day, and will take any passenger wherever they wish to go, provided that all of the other passengers are in agreement. Participants plead their case, and discuss with the other passengers, negotiating and compromising throughout the trip. Where will the bus end up? Only time will tell! This is a fun and playful participatory artwork that invites the public directly into the performance process. The program host will help to make suggestions, negotiate between participants, and encourage collaboration. Participants only need to bring an open mind and a sense of adventure. Consensus Bus is part of the 2019 Ontario Culture Days special exhibition, DO BLUE BUTTERFLIES EAT PARTS OF THE SKY?, curated by Dave Dyment. The exhibition is presented thanks to funding from Canada Council for the Arts, Celebrate Ontario, and the Ontario Cultural Attraction Fund. Participants must be 16 years or older, or be accompanied by an adult. This production is made in partnership with Ontario Culture Days and Bancroft Community Transit and supported by a colourful crew of artists and cultural mavericks.
This event is free.
Fri Sep 25
Sat Sep 26
Sun Sep 27
11:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Alex Snukal is an artist, musician, and writer who lives and works in Winnipeg. His work has been exhibited at venues in Canada and the U.S., including Images Festival in Toronto, OK Quoi!? in Sackville, NB., and the Dumbo Arts Centre, in Brooklyn. His writing has appeared in Bad Day, C Magazine, Locus Suspectus and at venues such as Gallery TPW and TRUCK.
This event is part of a hub:
North Hastings Come Play Planning Group 2019 North Hastings, ON
North Hastings joins in this national celebration of Culture by offering free events giving people a hands-on &/or behind-the-scenes experience. Over 40 artists & businesses are inviting you to come play and get a behind the scenes look at...
23 Bridge Street West, Bancroft, Ontario, Canada
This program will start and end at The Muse Gallery and Cafe
Ontario Culture Dayson@culturedays.ca