Registration is now open for TRACKS, the 7th Annual Canadian Community Play & Arts Symposium in Vancouver/Coast Salish Territories May 10-12, 2015 and in Enderby, BC/Secwepemcul’ecw Territories, May 13-15, 2015.
The symposium is presented by Vancouver Moving Theatre, Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation/Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre, in partnership with Jumblies Theatre (Ontario) and Runaway Moon Theatre (Enderby, BC).
This six-day national symposium brings together community-engaged Indigenous and settler/immigrant artists, thinkers and educators who collaborate to create art with, for and about community. Through dialogue, performance and creative practice the symposium explores community-engaged arts and living together in the shadow of colonialism. Experienced and emerging community-engaged artists, cultural workers, educators and community members are encouraged to attend.
TRACKS will take place in Vancouver in Stanley Park, at the Ukrainian Hall in the Downtown Eastside, at the Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Centre (Vancouver); and in Enderby/Grindrod/Splatsin Nation (located just east of Salmon Arm, BC).
The symposium includes a mix of free, open events and sessions for registered delegates. For the full symposium schedule, visit trackssymposium.com/schedule.html.
Register as a delegate for Vancouver ONLY (May 10-12), Vancouver Monday ONLY (May 11), Enderby ONLY (May 13-15), or BOTH Vancouver and Enderby. Full details at trackssymposium.com/registration.html.