Listening as Wayfinding | SOLD OUT | RESCHEDULED

Friday, March 15, 2019
Event Title: Listening as Wayfinding | SOLD OUT | RESCHEDULED
  • Region: Ontario
  • Venue / Location: Canadian Music Centre, 20 St. Joseph Street, Toronto
  • Time: 2:00pm
  • Price: $(FREE)
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Description:


Listening as Wayfinding

Facilitated by Lindsay Dobbin

 

  • Date: Friday, March 15 | UPDATED
  • Timing: 2-4pm 
  • Location: Canadian Music Centre, 20 St. Joseph Street, Toronto
  • Admission: Free

PLEASE NOTE

  • There are no spots remaining for this workshop. Please contact matthew.fava@cmccanada.org to be placed on a waiting list.
  • This event was originally scheduled for Friday, February 22, but was postponed due to unforeseen circumstances.

In a world that is suffering due to fragmentation and trauma, listening is a path of embodiment, relationship, responsive creativity and re-membering what has been scattered.

Join artist Lindsay Dobbin for a collaborative, listening-based workshop, which will provide tools to deepen awareness and communication as well as discover your relationship with sound in the context of collaborative listening, learning and creation. Through playful and accessible activities participants will experience how listening is a simple yet essential creative act — a place to begin from.

Accessibility:

Venue: The Canadian Music Centre (CMC) is located at 20 St. Joseph Street and is a short walking distance from three TTC subway stations (Wellesley, Bloor-Yonge, and Bay). Bloor-Yonge is the nearest accessible subway station—here is a google map of the route from Bloor-Yonge to the CMC. 

The main entrance to the CMC is up two sets of stairs on the front lawn. There is an accessible entrance through a gate to the right of the main entrance. There is elevator access to each floor of the building. An accessible washroom is adjacent to the workshop space on the main floor. Washrooms at the CMC are gender neutral. Contact matthew.fava@cmccanada.org with any questions relating to accessibility.