Poets In The KitchenNorth Vancouver, Colombie-Britannique
Arts culinaires, Littérature et "spoken word" — Entretien et discussion, Activité virtuelle
Based on youtube series, Poets in the Kitchen, Johnny D Trinh will invite guest artists to participate in a live cooking tutorial, and art performance. Throughout the food portion, there is a dialogue/question and answer around art practices and socio-cultural and ethno-cultural significance of the food being prepared. Proceeding the meal, the artists will share art (be it performative, or presentation of something they’re working on). Following the individual performances, they are invited to participate in a collaborative/improvised jam session. Audiences can watch live, or join the live stream to participate. Audiences can also join in on the jam session. There is also a Q&A after the jam session. Food and refreshments will be available to audiences.
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Cette activité est présentée en anglais.
Cet évènement est accessible aux fauteuils roulants.
Mots clés: Contes, littérature orale, Chant, Poésie, Performance, Improvisation, Contemporain
|ven 28 sep||Aucun événement planifié|
|sam 29 sep||19h00 à 21h00|
|dim 30 sep||Aucun événement planifié|
101 Lonsdale Ave, North Vancouver, BC V7M 2E6
North Vancouver, Colombie-Britannique
Lift Breakfast Bakery
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 to Esplanade. Turn left onto Lonsdale (heading North) One block up to 1st St, and it is located on the North West Corner.
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."