Come by CAMH to explore our two new exhibitions Christopher Knowles: In a Word and Dissent and Desire. Enter the mind of an artist through a Photography Scavenger Hunt, participate in a Poetry in Action Tour, get creative with Optical Illusion crafts and more! Enter a raffle for a chance to win a Simon electronic memory game, the inspiration for one of Christopher Knowles’s paintings.
CAMH has also partnered with Hope Stone Dance and from 2-3PM you are invited take part in the “People’s Company.” In the space of one hour, under the direction of Artistic Director Jane Weiner and with members of Hope Stone Dance, YOU get to take part in a full-company rehearsal, work with a costume designer to create your costume together, and perform in the galleries at CAMH. All ages are invited to participate! Join in the fun, take part in our production, and let the performer inside YOU take the stage.
Come hungry! Froeschl’s Ice Cream and Moon Rooster Taco and Hot Dog truck will have yummy treats and eats available for purchase.
1-3:30PM Hands-on activities throughout the Museum
2-3PM The People’s Company | A dance production starring YOU in collaboration with Hope Stone Dance
3:30-4PM Fashion Show curated by CAMH Teen Council (link to other event)
About Hope Stone Dance
Celebrating 20 years of powerful, joyful, and profoundly human performances, the company is known for its strong, technical ensemble work with “effortless partnering” and “gorgeous, big-hearted movement.” From warehouses to local streets to traditional theaters, the company brings communities together through the power of live art. Hope Stone Dance annually presents its performance outreach work to over 3,000 children and teenagers. Performing during CAMH’s Family day are Hope Stone Dancers: Jacquelyne Boe, LaRodney Freeman, Kelsey Gibbs, Candace Tompkins.