The 905 Road Show brings a Creativity Cabaret to Davis Campus
Sheridan’s Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences is teaming up with Diaspora Dialogues to bring The 905 Road Show: A Creativity Cabaret to the Davis Campus in Brampton. This free show will feature a mash-up of performances by Sheridan students, faculty, and community writers and artists.
Date: Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Time: 6:00 – 9:00 pm (performances start at 6:30)
Where: The Pub, Davis Campus (7899 McLaughlin Road)
Anupa Mistry (from Brampton)
Alex Clemmer, Hayley Stewart and Zack Hobler (Sheridan students)
Stand-up Comic: Zabrina Chevannes
Musical Theatre: Cameron Kneteman, Mychele Lebrun, Hailey Lewis
A live art installation by artist Tazeen Qayyum
Art and photography by students in Sheridan’s Bachelor of Animation, Illustration, and Photography degree programs
About Diaspora Dialogues:
Diaspora Dialogues Charitable Society was founded in 2005 to support the creation and presentation of new fiction, poetry and drama that reflect the complexity of Toronto—and Canada—back to residents through the eyes of its richly diverse communities. Its focus is on the development of both artist and audience, and on working toward redefining the “mainstream” in the arts sector, and ensuring it is as diverse as the country itself.
Sheridan is one of Canada’s leading postsecondary institutions, offering over 100 diploma, certificate, and bachelor degree programs in an environment that fosters innovation and creativity. Its aim is to become Ontario’s first university exclusively dedicated to undergraduate professional education – one that will be based on applied learning. The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences offers programs in Communication and Literary Studies, Humanities and Creativity, and Social and Life Sciences, featuring a holistic approach to education that develops knowledge, creative thinking and confidence.