March 16, 2022
- Mar 16, 2022
- All Ages
March 16, 2022
Wavelength Winter Festival: Speaker Series 2022
Presented in partnership with Slaight Music
“WHO CARES?” an original film by Sook-Yin Lee & Dylan Gamble
Wednesday March 16th, 2022
Tune in: https://bit.ly/WL-YOUTUBE
FREE / ALL AGES
The pandemic may have caused plenty of disruption over the last two years, but it’s also presented unique opportunities for arts organizations to get creative and try out innovative new programming models. While the month of February normally sees audiences gather at venues for the Wavelength Winter Festival, 2022 once again sees us doing something new and different.
Throughout the month of March, Wavelength will be presenting a weekly Speaker Series, premiering each Wednesday evening on YouTube. All online and entirely free, the Wavelength Winter Festival: Speaker Series is presented with a focus on community care. While experiencing live arts can be difficult at this time, art is what breathes motivation, mobilization, and creative change. Join us in conversation with some of our most beloved creators as they share stories that inspire new corridors of possibility and above all, hope.
We are delighted to be premiering the video essay, WHO CARES? by Sook-Yin Lee and Dylan Gamble. WHO CARES? is a personal video essay by musician/filmmakers Sook-Yin Lee and Dylan Gamble, who share survival strategies and explore the complicated notion of community care. The essay asks: what does it mean to take care of yourself and others when everything falls apart? WHO CARES? is a follow up to Lee and Gamble’s made-in-pandemic-lockdown feature movie Death and Sickness (CBC Gem).
Poster design by Juliana Carlevaris
Wavelength Winter Festival 2022 is supported by:
The Government of Ontario
The City of Toronto’s Music Office
Canada Council for the Arts
Ontario Arts Council
Toronto Arts Council
Collective Arts Brewing
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