Race Cards is a constantly growing installation and archive, undertaken in aid of Selina’s research for ‘As Wide And As Deep As The Sea’. Each version never takes the same form twice. It’s been a card game, a durational performance, and an 18 hour one-to-one. It has been supported by BUZZCUT, Camden People’s Theatre, Forest Fringe and FIERCE Festival.
From April 12 to 27, Black.Art.Empowerment: I see, I speak, I am movement, curated by Rhodnie Désir, will feature gatherings and socio-artistic laboratories by Afrodescendant artists from Montreal and the diaspora. The focus will be on issues and experiences of civil rights social engagement. This three-week event is organized in conjunction with performances by five international artists