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Healing and Hope Through the Arts: World AIDS Day Event

30 Nov 2011 , 17:30 - 30 Nov 2011 , 20:00

Healing and Hope Through the Arts: World AIDS Day Event
Hart House, University of Toronto
7 Hart House Circle
Toronto, ON

Healing and Hope Through the Arts: World AIDS Day Event

What: To mark World AIDS Day, the Canadian artistic community will participate in an intimate evening of art, performance and discussion. At the culmination of this stellar evening, the Stephen Lewis Foundation will launch its new Arts Fund

Where: The Great Hall, Hart House, 7 Hart House Circle, University of Toronto

When: Wednesday, November 30, 2011 Doors open at 5:30 PM, Programme begins 6 PM sharp

Who: Participating Canadian Artists and Supporters:

Molly Johnson, Singer/Songwriter, SLF Arts Fund Advisor
d’bi young, Dub Poet/Actor/Playwright, SLF Arts Fund Advisor
Kwasi Dunyo, Master Ghanaian Drummer, U of T Faculty of Music
Susan Cole, NOW Magazine Sr. Entertainment Editor, SLF Arts Fund Advisor
Stephen Lewis, Co-Founder & Chair, Stephen Lewis Foundation

Participating African Representatives:

Getrude Kamanga Sakala, Young Happy Healthy Safe, Zambia
Daphine Mugala, Young Happy Healthy Safe, Zambia
Sunelle Fouche, Music Therapy Community Clinic, South Africa
Mzwanele ‘Zwai’ Mvimbi, Music Therapy Community Clinic, South Africa

A wide selection of artists from the Toronto arts community will be attending this spectacular evening.

Why: Community-based organizations are at the heart of the response to the AIDS pandemic in Africa. Many of these organizations are using the arts – including innovative techniques like music therapy, storytelling, and memory books – to help millions of children orphaned by AIDS and their communities to heal from loss and move forward.

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    (this is an upscale affair / 25 and older event)
    To launch African-descendant history month (Feb.), to introduce our organization to the community, to raise funds
    JCA (Jamaican Canadian Association) 995 Arrow Rd. (Arrow Rd. and the 400) / Event will be held in the Member Lounge (room at back of the building)

    Saturday, January, 29th, 2011 / Time: 8pm (SHARP) to 1am
    While there:
    Enjoy; Live musical performance by “the fabulous and talented” MelRose (http://www.myspace.com/melroseonline / http://www.facebook.com/#!/melroseonline?v=info)

    a Jamaican play (skit)

    …..great Caribbean food, and ole school “conscious” reggae, R&B, slow jams, and a few African songs to finish off the night (so lots of fun and dancing involved!)
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    Regular ticket price is: $20 in advance /$25 at the door….VIP tickets: (includes: line-bypass/sit at VIP reserved table/champagne service/limited number of VIP tickets) VIP ticket price is: $40 in advanced / $45 at the door
    Tekno Printing, 2622 Eglinton Ave. W.
    (416) 658 – 1833
    JCA (Jamaican Canadian Association) 995 Arrow Rd.
    (416) 746 – 5772
    Call: 416.781.8301


    Semi-formal attire only (men must wear a suite or African Garb, but no tie or bow tie please/Ladies may wear African Garb as well)

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    Email: [email protected]

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