So, we have our first show of 2010 coming up and I hope youâ€™re as excited as I am.
Last year, we managed to get someÂ fantastic artistsÂ on the program, but this year should be even better. My goal for 2010 is to really bear down and dig into the youthMusic Preview: Tera Incognita
Hey you, yeah you. Be honest, don't you think that you're way too attached to your cellphone these days? Are you one of those people who can't live a single day without your phone?
If so, congratulations! You're part of the 84% of the world's population who may be diagnosed withMe, My Phone and I
The Otesha Project is an amazing youth-led organization that uses theatre as a way to get audiences across Canada to look toward a more sustainable future through local and global change in their everyday consumer choices.
Right now the Otesha team is on a Cycling and Performing Tour where teams ofOtesha Project
Imagine a world where everyone was equal, where hierarchy and institutions of power didn't exist.
Seriously, picture it.
In that same place, imagine yourself not having to answer to anybody but yourself, and only had to worry about lounging next to your closest friends outside. Pretty awesome, huh?
I saw this very worldNeanderthal Arts Festival: Chairs - A Parable
You wake up and check the time. It’s 7:00 AM and you have a Chemistry exam at 8:30 AM. Your school is an hour away which means it would take you half an hour to prepare and another half an hour on the Skytrain to get there. You grab everythingTranslink: Trans-efficient? Or Trans-disaster?
I procrastinated for a long time before writing this blog. Not because I don't have anything to say, and not because I don't want to write about our January YOM, but because she is truly one of the most amazing people I have ever met, and I'm more than aJan 2011: Joselyne John