Register to participate in Refuge!
Join youth from diverse backgrounds to work with spoken word artist and educator, Kevin Sutton; guest artists, Mosa McNeilly, Truth IS…, Brent Rowan & Joni Nehrita to create a public performance that connects the history of the underground railroad in Guelph to our lives today.
This free 12 week program starts on February 20 and runs until May 21, 2016.
The group meets every Saturday from 10am-2pm at Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute (GCVI), 155 Paisley St, Guelph, ON.
Rehearsals and Performance will take place at Heritage Hall. Workshops will include visits to places of note in Guelph and surrounding area.
For more info about this project and how you can earn community service hours, email [email protected] or sign up now at www.is-gw.ca/refuge.
Brought to you by the Guelph Black Heritage Society, Immigrant Services – Guelph Wellington and the International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation; and generously funded by the Guelph Community Foundation.