Meadowvale Theatre Public Art: Story Sharing with Jay Havens

Meadowvale Theatre Public Art: Story Sharing with Jay Havens

Information Session

Join Jay Havens to learn more about this public art project and share your stories about Meadowvale Theatre and the Meadowvale neighbourhood and community. This info session will be your chance to help inform the stories that will shape the artwork in the newly renovated Meadowvale Theatre!

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Complete our online survey to share your stories, photos, and memories of Meadowvale, to help inform and shape this exciting new public art piece!

About the Artist

Jay Havens (he/him/they) is a 2Spirit artist, educator, and digital designer of Haudenosaunee Kanien'keha:ka (Mohawk) and Scottish/Canadian ancestry, and a citizen of the Six Nations of the Grand River. Jay has a strong background in both public art installations and theatre, having worked in costume and set design for many years.

Instagram: @jay.havens

Thursday, September 23, 2021 - 5:30pm to 7:00pm
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