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Associate artists Sage Katherine Paul and Cherish Violet working on t-shirts and bags for Aboriginal Legal Services of Toronto
Red Pepper Spectacle Arts will be at the Dodem Kanonhsa’s National Aboriginal Day BBQ!
Please see poster for more info:
Dodem Kanonhsa National Aboriginal Day Event
UNIFOR and Red Pepper Spectacle Arts are collaborating on a float for World Pride Toronto 2014.
UNIFOR members are invited to come to the Red Pepper studio at 160 Baldwin, Unit #10 to be part of the fun!
Come out to see the Centre For Indigenous Theatre’s year end production!
Only Drunks And Children Tell The Truth
Only Drunks And Children Tell The Truth by Drew Hayden Taylor!
Facebook Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/273000822879304/
Over the past few months, the Red Pepper Spectacle Arts WordPress website has undergone some changes and updates!
There is now a listing for some of the Associate Artists that Red Pepper is proud to collaborate and work with. (in progress!)
Menu listings have been updated and moved around, you can find information and photos from past projects that Red Pepper Spectacle Arts worked on with various communities and community members.
Please have a look around at our new menu and sub-menu items, and keep checking back for further updates.
Enjoy your day!
Red Pepper Spectacle Arts
Red Pepper Spectacle Arts is proud to be a presenter at the 22nd Annual George Brown Labour Fair.
Thursday March 20th, 2014: 5:00 (online) Red Pepper Spectacle, Art and Labour, Benjamin McCarthy’s class,
Friday March 21st, 2014: 12:00-1:00 Red Pepper Spectacle, Art and Labour, Benjamin McCarthy’s class, Room E325, Casa Loma Campus, Building E, 146 Kendal Ave
A great on the job training opportunity for First Nations, Metis or Inuit candidate living in the GTA area!