Join us every Tuesday in June inside Luminato’s virtual studio for interactive experiences led by our festival artists. From photography to cooking, spoken word to dance, there’s something for everyone!
Don’t think you’re creative? Think again! These moments are designed to nurture your inner artist into joyful expression. All ages welcome, family-friendly and no experience necessary.
Due to the live and interactive nature of these workshops, recordings will not be available so register now to save your spot!
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Open your Eyes: Studio Tour with Edward Burtynsky
Tuesday, June 1 • 3pm EST
Join us for an intimate virtual tour of world-renowned Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky’s private studio. He’ll take us behind the scenes into the main studio space, sharing insight on his photographic and production processes. Then we’ll head next door for an exclusive look at Edward’s new immersive space and a sneak peek into his new project set to premiere at Luminato. The tour will conclude with an audience Q&A session.
Cook with Joy: Artistry in the Kitchen with Suzanne Barr and Derek Kwan
Tuesday, June 8 • 12pm EST
Join us in the kitchen with renowned chef, Suzanne Barr and theatre artist of Luminato’s The Cave, Derek Kwan for a joyful cooking session. Follow along with the colourful recipe or just enjoy the kitchen conversation on cooking as performance and food as creative expression.
Find your Voice: Spoken Word Workshop with Taqralik Partridge
Tuesday, June 22 • 1pm EST
Join us for a poetry workshop with Inuk storyteller and Luminato Artist in Residence, Taqralik Partridge. Drawing inspiration from a mix of influences from hip hop to Inuit storytelling, we’ll learn how to tap into our emotions and craft spoken word poems that flow from the heart.
Move your Body: Beginner House Dance with Raoul Pillay
Tuesday, June 29 • 4pm EST
Join us on the virtual dancefloor for a social dance workshop with Dora Award winning choreographer, Raoul Pillay. He’ll help build confidence with rhythm, from grooves to footwork. No choreography, just movement and dialogue, engaging dance is an expressive form of connection, communication, self-love and exercise.