Making It Right: In the Future, We Walk with Goodness
Join On Cue Performance Hub at the MacKenzie in the Kenderdine Gallery for a dynamic public interaction between Indigenous and newcomer artists drawn from On Cue’s season organized by Rania Al-Harthi with storyteller and Knowledge Keeper, Joseph Naytowhow. Please feel free to join prior to the start time of the program, however, please refrain from entering the space after the start time. There will be a 30 person limit for this event; register for this event by emailing email@example.com.
Making it Right: in the Future, we Walk with Goodness is a community -networked, interactive, creative forum exploring intersections (BIPOC, newcomer and immigrant performing artists) discovering connections between Indigenous and newcomer artists around decolonization and sociocultural realities. This project is envisioned to ignite a discussion around collaborations, and practices of working together from a position of diversity and multiculturalism. This forum is organized by On Cue Performance Hub and funded in part by SaskCulture.
Provisional Structures: Carmen Papalia with Vo Vo and jes sachse will be closed from 12 – 1:30 PM in order to set-up for this event. Recording will be in progress through the duration on this program.
- Masks will be required.
- Social distancing will be observed as much as possible.
- Audience will be limited to maximum thirty people and doors will be closed for the duration of the event.
What is On Cue Performance Hub?
On Cue is a shared platform and creative incubator, enlivening Regina’s downtown core and activating connections between diverse groups of Regina-based artists, businesses, and audiences. We are a new organization with a new organizational model and approach. Our focus is on new work and new voices that speak to new audiences who want innovative experiences in the performing arts.
On Cue is also an entrepreneurial start up that aims to make Regina a financially viable location for independent performing artists. Our goal is better retention of creatives within our community through a supportive environment which facilitates innovation and the realization of creative ideas—while providing practical professional development of the business and administrative skills creative entrepreneurs need to survive.
For the first time in Regina we are bringing together artists across the spectrum of dance, music, theatre, spoken word, hip-hop etc. to create a season of entertainment like no other in the city–one that puts the spotlight on the diversity of our local performers and our audiences – from Indigenous, Black, newcomer, deaf, and disability communities.
Joseph Naytowhow, Rania Al-Harthi, Taiwo Afolabi, Mustafa Alabassi, Ayesha Mohsin , Aren Okemaysim , Bongani Musa, Skyler Anderson