Category Archives: The Kingston Shebang

The Kingston Shebang celebrates the opening of the Tett Centre

Check out this film by Tess Girard showcasing the Kingston Shebang performances at the brand-new Tett Centre. The Kingston Shebang by Tess Girard

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Shared Words from Kingston Shebang artists and Public Workshop participants

August 22, 2014 I thought it would be useful to include another option for observations, thoughts, concerns, inspirations, disappointments, questions… to be shared in the time and space we have already carved out for the Shebang.  I brought in a box and … Continue reading

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Kingston Shebang – Year ‘3’ August 20, 2014 post by Elysha Poirier

August 19-20, 2014 Two days in Kingston, a city full of rich history… you can feel it in the pavement beneath your feet, see it in the stone houses and courtyards. Conversations of people who have gone before us, I … Continue reading

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The Kingston Shebang prepares for the Tett Centre Grand Opening

The Kingston Shebang is set to take place at the opening of the Tett Centre in January 2015. The Kingston Shebang will celebrate the inauguration of the arts cluster by building bridges between the diverse artists and artistic organizations set to take up … Continue reading

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becoming a community – reflections from Kingston’s Shebang workshop

    “Often times we have a divide between art and the rest of life. When we can bridge that divide we are able to offer the gift of art to other people and to share with them in the … Continue reading

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the loose framework of working…

This post is written by participant Kaela Simpson… The old saying, “rules were meant to be broken”, is never truer than it is when used in The Shebang collaborative creative process.  Many artists are very driven individuals, and goal oriented. … Continue reading

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an act of art, an act of life

This post is written by participant Irina Skvortsova …… ‘The Whole Shebang experience with Andrea and the rest of the group is an active practicing of how to learn to let go and try to be more in the present. We are … Continue reading

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Kingston Day 1

This post is written by participant Alison Gowan….. Day 1 As I reflect on how we began to occupy the theatre space today, I find that I keep coming back to the idea of the respect and care that was … Continue reading

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what are we doing?

Andrea Nann asked a few questions of participants after the first session in Kingston. One of them being : In a few simple lines, how might you describe what we are doing? Here are a few of the answers…. What are … Continue reading

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collaborative communion

I have been searching for the right word to describe the amazing sense of shared energy, spirit, and intention that I felt with you all, and it is “communion.”  Thank you for allowing me a deeper and more integrated, holistic … Continue reading

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