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September 27, 2022

Fun and free family-friendly events in October

Continental Circus for Kids presented by Continental Circus

We had a great time last month exploring shadows and learning from our mistakes during ArtStarts programming in September. Check out our fun and free family-friendly programming happening at ArtStarts in October.

Virtual events at ArtStarts in October

Artstarts on Saturdays presents: Continental Circus for Kids with Continental Breakfast

ArtStarts on Saturdays is our digital programming that premieres on the last Saturday of every month. Now families from across the province can enjoy our programming.

This month your family can enjoy Continental Circus for Kids with Continental Breakfast.

Continental Circus for Kids is a learning segment created to help provide young folks with tools to better communicate with queer people. We explore topics like gendered language, pronoun use, and the experience of gender non-conforming people.

Drag superstar Rose Butch joins Continental Breakfast and their puppet, Blue, as they explore queerness through the lens of drag, puppetry, comedy, and music!

Stream the performance on our Facebook page September 24 - October 28.

Check out Continental Circus stars Rose Butch and Continental Breakfast

ArtStarts explores surprise

ArtStarts Explores: Our Province at Play is a hands-on digital workshop series for creative and adventurous families. Join us on Saturdays at 11am on Facebook.

For the month of October, we are exploring contrast! Our guest facilitator this month is Jessica Kang.

A new episode premieres every Saturday at 11am on Facebook. See you there!

Workshop dates: Oct 1, 8, and 15.

Check out the Facebook event for more details.

Explore even more. Check out our entire archive of workshops on our website.

In-person events at ArtStarts in October

Introducing our new touring exhibition, ‘PIP’

We said goodbye to our first touring exhibition, ‘WHERE AM I?’ in September. After a successful first and second phase of the exhibition touring both schools and community centres, we decided to develop a new touring exhibition. Meet ‘PIP’, an exhibition exploring self-esteem, anti-bullying, and appreciating what makes us all different. We are accepting applications to bring ‘PIP’ to your school If you would like to bring ‘PIP’ to your school, sign up by October 14. 

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