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July 21st, 2018, 4pm: Triple Goddess at BMM!

Triple Goddess is a dance and poetry collaboration created and performed by Ria Aikat, Reshmi Chetram and Sheniz Janmohamed. A musical, lyrical journey that seeks to embody the Goddess’ qualities of wisdom, compassion and grace, Triple Goddess is sure to inspire audiences of all ages. 

FREE

 

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July 25th, 2018, 6pm: Sandbox Sessions @  Margin of Eras Gallery (1684 Queen St W)

 

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CUE presents the Sandbox Sessions: a monthly drop-in for new-generation writers who live & work on the margins. Facilitated by Whitney French, with mentors, Cherie Dimaline, and Sheniz Janmohamed.

We intend to hold space for writers who experience marginalization, and create a unique literary community where those who encounter systemic barriers are able to:

– Connect with other writers (emerging and professional)
– Experiment with new writing techniques and styles
– Receive feedback on your work
– Learn about publishing, and a career in writing
– Read, share, or write on your own

Drop-in sessions are informal and organic – anything goes!

Bring your pens, notebooks, laptops, and stories to share.

 

July 28th, 2018, 2-4pm: Markham Reads Poetry Workshop

Join Arts Educator and Markham poet, Sheniz Janmohamed, for a fun, relaxed poetry workshop inspired by Markham Reads book, Uzma Jalaluddin’s “Ayesha at Last”.
Participants will be encouraged to write from prompts, lines and found poems sourced from the book itself, and will also create book spine poems.
No experience required. Just bring yourself, your friends and your creativity!

REGISTER HERE.

 

 August 12, 2018, 10:15 am: Literary Walking Tour @ Aga Khan Museum

 

Poet and author Sheniz Janmohamed and Aga Khan Museum Educator Laboni Islam will guide a Literary Walking Tour through the Aga Khan Museum. Take in the artistic, intellectual, and scientific heritage of Muslim civilizations across the centuries while enjoying a sensory walk with prompts and room for reflection—don’t forget your comfortable shoes.

Price: $30*
*Admission to the Aga Khan Museum and grounds are included in the ticket price.

REGISTER HERE.

 

 

 

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