CRAFT Hub


September 29, 2019 - 12:30 pm
Kingston

Culture Days 2019 Event

Where: Rehearsal Hall, 2nd Floor, Room 203

Create your own worry doll or Ojos de dios at the Tett Centre Creation Hub! Ojos de dios are an indigenous craft from Mexico using various yarns and ribbons. All ages welcome, by donation.

VALUE: Through drumming, singing, dancing, creative arts and teachings, Ollin develops and delivers meaningful sessions, workshops, events, and arts projects that reflect inclusion, diversity, unity, equity and community engagement with Mother Earth through authenticity, compassion and meaning.

ABOUT: Yessica Rivera Belsham is the founder and heart of Ollin.ca, an organization which promotes growth within individuals, families, and communities in a compassionate and embracing manner with workshops, events, festivals, services, and more which are all fostered in inclusion, diversity, and equity within the Kingston and Ottawa area. The common thread of all our events are focused on caring for Mother Earth, Celebrating Life, Honouring our Ancestors and loved ones that have passed, holistic health, and embracing cultural diversity.

A variety of friends and family make up the Ollin.ca Team depending on the festival, event, initiative. Our key collaborator is the wonderful Theo Paradis and Iskode drum. Together Yessica and Theo collaborate with indigenous drumming and singing across Turtle Island, as well as grow the message of bringing together all people from all directions of the world, in community with compassion and care.

 

This event is free and will be accepting optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.