Happening Multicultural festival LIVE del 25 al 30

Happening Multicultural festival LIVE del 25 al 30

I hope everyone is healthy and that you have been able to find the balance for these months of self-isolation. For me, it has been vital to keeping my creative mind and contact with the community.

Les dejo el programa, y los enlaces!

Happening Multicultural festival LIVE del 25 al 30.

Happening Multicultural LIVE PROGRAM
MAY 25-30 / 2020

#Happening presents the theme #Power of #Community, as this online version of the festival will allow us to continue promoting and celebrating multiculturalism, giving the spotlight to newcomer, immigrant, and refugee talent, and creating space for all of us to cope with this experience and re-imagine the world after the pandemic.

#HAPPENING#Multicultural#LIVE places the spotlight on immigrant, newcomer, and refugee artists while creating opportunities for professional development and allowing organizations to share their work and visions of more inclusive communities. We promote inclusion, and celebrate the contribution of newcomer and refugee communities to the cultural and artistic fabric of Toronto.

We are grateful for all the artists involved and express gratitude to our important community partners: Neighbourhood Arts NetworkSmall World MusicNorth York ArtsScarborough Artst, City of Toronto – Your Local Governmentto and PEN Canada Writers in Exile

#HAPPENING is possible thanks to the support of Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des arts du Canada and The Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent On Recordings (FACTOR)

Les dejo música como siempre, mi playlist de confinamiento que va creciendo. Un gran abrazo,

Por Yannis Lobaina

Yannis Lobaina is an award
winning Cuban writer, filmmaker, and photographer. Yannis graduated from the International School of Film, Radio and Television and is a diplomate of the VII Literary Training Course ‘Onelio Jorge Cardoso’. She has published over 25 short fiction stories and
Flash Nonfiction pieces worldwide, and has produced more than 40 short fiction and documentaries in Cuba. Yannis explores immigration, diaspora, and motherhood themes through different storytelling tools. Yannis received the Toronto Arts Council’s Newcomer and Refugee Artist Mentorship grant (2019) for her current picture book "Amélie The Crow Girl", the first manuscript of the bilingual Spanish- English series. Recent publications include her non-fiction short ‘Canadiana Boots’ in Tint Journal Magazine (2020)
and the short story ‘Deeply Rooted’ with publisher Editorial Mapale. She is currently pursuing Creative Writing at University of Toronto.

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