October 1, 2022, 2:00-3:30PM
The city of Windsor, Ontario is culturally and aesthetically defined by its history of resilience and its people. In the drive to cultivate urban progress and commercial growth however, the city has sacrificed venues, organizations, buildings, and entire neighbourhoods, often resulting in the displacement of lower-income and creative-class communities.
Moderated by New Voices Community Artist in Residence Hiba Abdallah, this panel brings together artists and community leaders to share their experiences and ideas around models of resource sharing and support in a city that oftentimes feels siloed from its respective neighbourhoods. We will brainstorm and discuss different models of care-pods and cross-city collaboration to better understand some of the challenges in sustaining creatives in a city like Windsor, ON.
Read more about Hiba’s New Voices Community Arts Residency here.
October 1 @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Online event via Zoom