Friends and strangers,
Join us at the Cooler By The Lake Tent at the foot of Yonge Street this Tuesday, May 30th for a Humanitas event:
The Kids Are(n’t?) All Right!
Creative Movements and Toronto’s Second Generation
This is an interactive, multi-media presentation that brings together some of the most exciting talents in Toronto today — author Devyani Saltzman, filmmaker Norman Yeung, playwright Catherine Hernandez, musician Rosina Kazi, and poet Kamau. There will be screenings, performances, plus some real brain food as these five artists present their work in the context of being Second Generation Canadians.
Arrive early — doors open at 6 pm, and the pre-party kicks off at 6:30 with on-site En Ville catering (to fill your bellies!) and an intimate performance by The Carps (to warm your soul!). Musical guests Stop Die Resuscitate and LAL will wrap up the evening with a special live set — they’re brilliant on their own, but oh-so-magical when they play together. Don’t miss this!
Doors open at 6 pm — get settled in early!
Presentations begin at 7 pm SHARP!
Screenings, performances, and live music!
All happening at the Cooler By The Lake Tent — Yonge and Queens Quay
(next to Captain John’s floating restaurant by the lake)
Part of the Humanitas Festival — www.livewithculture.ca/humanitas