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REVISIONIST TORONTO

Re-imagining: Stories of Care Work

Re-imagining: Stories of Care Work, a collaborative storytelling and audio-visual art performance will re-vision the history of Care Work in Toronto. Featuring real-life stories of migrant caregivers accompanied by video art projection and electronic soundscapes, this event emphasizes the invaluable contributions of migrant caregivers to Canada’s social, economic, and political history.


Participating Performers

Cristina Kaalim, Maria Cecilia, Nievales, Gladys Antonio, Bong Castro, Marlyn Lopez, Anita Fortuno

Contributors

CCESO

Accessibility

Barrier-free venue

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Photography and video will be taken at this event.

Re-imagining: Stories of Care Work

10 Mar 2019

Spadina Theatre
24 Spadina Rd, Toronto, ON

Performance:
10 Mar 1-3PM

Reception:
10 Mar 3-4PM

Filed under:
Revisionist Toronto

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