About The Kingston Shebang
Kingston Shebang artists are Moyra Riley, Ebon Gage, Kyoko Ogoda, Irina Skvortsova, Terry Snider, Harry Symons, Alison Gowan, Chantal Thompson and Dorothy Young. Participants included members of the tenant groups of the Tett Centre for Creativity & Learning, and members of Four Directions Drummers, Kings Don Taiko, Kingston School of Dance Youth Company and Birdbone Theatre. Guest contributors also included Kay Kenney, Aleksandra Bragoszewsk, Jane Kirby, Wendy Luella Perkins, Jan Le Clair, Kala Seraphin, Martee Tegmeyer and Brett Christopher. Special thanks to our host collaborators Brian McCurdy, Melissa Mahady Wilton, Annalee Adair, Colin Wiginton, Shannon Brown, Jenny Pedler, Kat Evans, Julie Fossitt and everyone at the Tett Centre and the City of Kingston Cultural Services Department. The process culminated in a final presentation, a multi-room, multidisciplinary, performance-workshop-installation-audience-interaction experience shared with the public to celebrate the Tett Centre’s Grand Opening on January 31, 2015.
The Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning is situated on the Lake Ontario waterfront and is one of the many impressive heritage sites in Kingston Ontario. The Centre offers opportunities for professional artists, students, and the broader Kingston community to experience creative activities designed to appeal to people of all ages and artistic abilities. It is owned by City of Kingston and operated by the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning.
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Shared words from Kingston
A collaborative learning process that has set the stage for our collective play…open to unlimited possibilities
Lets me be more myself again…how I can contribute in this Kingston community more clearly
Reconceptualiz[ing] our notions of art and performance