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Swallowing Clouds Hallowe’en Session
October 31 @ 10:00 am - 1:45 pmFree
Swallowing Clouds Online – Hallowe’en Edition!
Boo! Join us for a free, Hallowe’en dance workshop!
Our classic Swallowing Clouds programme, with a fun Hallowe’en twist! Participants will be guided through a movement-based exploration, with a focus on dance and physical activity. The session will be hosted through Zoom by our talented Swallowing Clouds facilitators.
We will be exploring movement, music, literary arts and more, from the comfort of your own home.
Dates: Saturday, October 31, 2020 – 10:00AM to 1:45PM EST
Registration Required: SIGN UP HERE
More information about Swallowing Clouds:
Swallowing Clouds, founded by Artistic Director, Yvonne Ng, has been delivering programming with the Toronto Public Library since 2010. It brings professional dancers, authors, poets, and musicians into the community to work with children and youth. Our interdisciplinary approach provides participants with a safe space to express themselves physically, aesthetically, and emotionally.
Swallowing Clouds brings professional dancers, authors, poets, and musicians into the community to work with children and youth aged 9 to 12. Participants are guided through an inspiring creative journey leading up to an exciting final end-of-programme performance (depending on the location). Our interdisciplinary approach provides participants with a safe space to express themselves physically, aesthetically, and emotionally.
Our Swallowing Cloud Facilitators for 2019/20 are: Yvonne Ng, Irvin Chow, Mairead Filgate, Meredith Kenny, Shahla Lafeer, Marie Lambin-Gagnon, Erin Robinsong, Kaitlin Standeven, Brandon Valdiva and Laura Cournoyea. Janaki Banting, Olivia Arcangeli and Sierra Chin Sawdy are assistant facilitators.
Learn more about our Swallowing Clouds facilitators by checking out their bios!
If you have any questions regarding registration or about the workshop, please contact our Arts Education Manager, Laura Cournoyea, at firstname.lastname@example.org