Thu, 7 February 2019; 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM
CSI Annex; 720 Bathurst Street Toronto
Join us as b current performing arts launches Black Future Month in a celebration of the Black community’s countless contributions.
This intimate evening will unfold with a featured conversation with maxine bailey, former Vice-President of Advancement at the Toronto International Film Festival and led by comedienne and bcHUB training program graduate, Aba Amuquandoh. Aba will then invite other community members to take centre-stage to discuss what Black Future Month has in store for them, what excites them, and what challenges they are eager to face. By the end of the night, we hope to have a room full of people who feel acknowledged and celebrated amongst caring allies.
Handmade Cubano sandwiches and side dishes will be grilled onsite by Artistic Director Catherine Hernandez.
This event is wheelchair accessible however, we regret that we cannot offer ASL interpretation for this event.
- 40 tickets to Black-Identified folks are Pay-What-You-Can
- 40 tickets for Allies at $40 each
Allies: Are you unable to come but would like to sponsor this event? Your donation can go towards this event’s costs and is eligible for a charitable receipt.