Join us for another amazing event with Soundstreams tomorrow! We're taking a look at percussion instruments and their storytelling significance across cultures.

This digital concert features Balinese-inspired Pulau Dewata (translation “Island of the Gods”) by Quebecois composer Claude Vivier, Imbila by Dr. Bongani Ndodana- Breen (SA) narrated by actor Rhoma Spencer, and a new story by Spencer called The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: How Brother Deer and Mother Turtle Pivot the Pandemic.

https://soundstreams.ca/performances/main-stage/encounters-town-hall-stories-drumming/

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10 lords a leaping towards our holiday party because they can't wait to get their hands on these paintings by Jacintha Krish! Join us on TODAY, from 10am - 5pm for all your holiday shopping needs!

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9 ladies dancing out of joy for the cards and masks Katherine Bosnitch will be selling at our holiday party. Join us on Saturday December 4, from 10am - 5pm for our holiday party.

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8 maids a milking milk you can drink with macarons, eclairs and Pistachio Marzipans by European Patisserie at 11am Saturday December 4, at our holiday party.

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7 swans a swimming towards our holiday party because they heard we’ll be serving appetizers by Erika Ixiim at 12pm at our holiday party on Saturday December 4.

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6 geese a laying eggs that will be used in the cookies The Flour Bin is making for the Holiday Party! The flour bin will be in town on Saturday December 4, from 10am - 5pm for all your cookie needs.

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Join Councillor Mark Grimes and Arts Etobicoke for an online community consultation for the new mural project we are developing for the Royal York/Mimico Creek Bridge.

In order to make this project resonate with the community, we’d love your thoughts on the imagery and themes that you would want to be included.

If you can't join us head to our website to provide your feedback online.

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5 golden rings that you could put in your lovely ceramics by Gabrielle Kauffman. Don’t forget to join us on Saturday December 4, from 10am - 5pm.There will be food, art, and a lot of local artists for you to support!

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4 calling birds calling you to buy a print by Alexandra Iorgu at our Holiday Party on Saturday December 4, from 10am - 5pm.

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A partridge in a pear tree would love to have Sladana Zivkovic’s art! And you can get yours at our holiday party on Saturday December 4, from 10am - 5pm.

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Philip Cote

Philip Cote

Philip Cote, MFA of Moose Deer Point First Nation is a Young Spiritual Elder, Indigenous Artist, Activist, Educator, Historian and Ancestral Knowledge Keeper. Philip is a graduate of OCAD University’s Interdisciplinary Art Media and Design Masters program.

He is engaged in creating opportunities for art-making and teaching methodologies through Indigenous symbolism, traditional ceremonies, history, oral stories, and land-based pedagogy. His art and teaching philosophy evolves from his practice of experiential learning and the transmission of Indigenous Knowledge.

Philip has shared his knowledge with numerous institutions from York University, the Art Gallery of Ontario, University of Toronto, OCAD University, Peel District School Board and the TDSB.

Philip is also a tour guide with “First Story” since 2005 providing an Indigenous history of Toronto covering the last 13,500 years and as far back as 130,000 years.

Philip has won numerous TABIA awards for his public Street Art Murals Across the City of Toronto.

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