The Making-Box Improv in the Woods

Join members of The Making-Box Brigade as they meet in the woods to perform improv together for the first time in person since quarantine began. Improvisation is unscripted theatre and

Kevin Sutton

Kevin Sutton is a writer, spoken word performance artist, workshop facilitator, communications professional, and community organizer. He is a co-founder of Black Lives Matter Guelph, and hosts The Great Pause

Karen Solie

Karen Solie is the author of five collections of poems. Her latest, The Caiplie Caves, was shortlisted for the T.S. Eliot Prize and the Derek Walcott Prize. She is an

Martha Chaves

Martha Chaves is a Nicaraguan-Canadian award-winning comedian, actor, activist, and playwright. She is a regular in the comedy circuits in North America and Latin America. And during quarantine in the

Madhur Anand

Madhur Anand is the author of the collection of poems A New Index for Predicting Catastrophes (McClelland and Stewart/PRHC), the ‘memoir-in-halves’ This Red Line Goes Straight to Your Heart (Strange

Joy Kogawa

Joy Kogawa is a Japanese Canadian writer, born in 1935 in Vancouver, B.C. She lived in Marpole, Vancouver in Kogawa House at 1450 West 64th Ave., until 1942 when with

Rene Meshake

Rene Meshake is an Anishinaabe Elder, storyteller, visual and performing artist, award-winning author—Injichaag: My Soul in Story—University of Manitoba Press 2019, flute player, multimedia artist and a Recipient of Queen

Qurat Dar

Qurat Dar (she/they) is an engineering student at the University of Guelph, a spoken word poet, and an emerging author. She has had work in Augur Magazine, The Temz Review,

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