Time has been lost: It’s been lost to dreams of what will be and memories of what was; it's been lost to waiting on people who are waiting on people who are waiting on people to call back; it's been lost to wage slavery and to attempts to understand that which is beyond us; it has been lost to consensus objects, and production quotas, to expectation and the blues. In short, it has become nothing more than an distant, vicious spectre, living at the periphery of our lives but constantly gnawing. On November 15th to 16th from sundown to sundown we will try to make it real, make it present. A Wake for Lost Time is a 24-hour durational performance ritual that will attempt to make time present in the bodies of performer and audience alike.
A Wake for Lost Time is a single performance repeated for 24 hours. Audience may come and go as they wish and are welcome and encouraged to stay for the whole time. You're welcome to bring food, blankets, etc. or go for food and come back. Space is limited and in the case of a full house we will stay in touch over social media when space becomes available.
Saturday, November 15 @ 6:31PM to Sunday, November 16 @ 6:30PM
PWYC at the door
If you can’t make it, click here for a live stream of the performance!
Created by [elephants] Collective:
Donna Marie Baratta
Nicole DeAngelis (Stage Manager)
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inside hub 14
14 markham st (just west of queen and bathurst)
** suitable for all ages
Andrew Hartley (hub14 board member), Kate Nankervis (hub14 co-artistic director) photo by Alejandro Santiago 2014
Culture Days at hub14
Celebrate Culture Days with Hub 14! In honour of Culture Days' 5 year anniversary, we will be hosting an informal Meet and Greet with our new Artistic Directors, September 27th at 7pm. This is a great opportunity for us to connect with you and to establish a relationship with Hub, which has been supporting artists in the earliest stages of their careers for a decade. We'll pull out some blankets and and watch dance movies till the wee hours! Popcorn provided! BYOB! See you there!
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Get to the studio this fall at hub 14!
hub 14 is a collectively run research and performance studio in downtown Toronto dedicated to the development and presentation of independent dance, theatre and interdisciplinary practices.
hub14 is united by a belief of nurturing a supportive, challenging and active solidarity between artists working in different threads of dance art and in diverse disciplines.
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classes & performances: $23/hr members price:$18/hr
day rate (8hr): $120 members price: $90
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What's up at hub?
Virgil Baruchel, Benjamin Kamino, Mitch McGoey and hub14 proudly bring you
An experimental performance in which light, movement, camouflage and sound are used to usher its audience into an aesthetic dreamlike world where narrative may only lead its spectators back to their own intuition.
The performance will start at 7:15pm on Saturday August 30th with a reception following.
hub gallery: Craig Chambers, Virgil Baruchel
launchpad: [Elephants] Collective, Kate Alton
live-in: Angelle Peters and Pierre Enaux
research hub: Lucy Rupert
It is our 10 year anniversary so stay tuned for some big and exciting things!
this year at hub
Marie France Forcier, Kate Nankervis, Aria Evans, Andrew Gaboury
LINK&PIN: Shannon Cochrane, in collaboration with Francesco Gagliardi and Marcin Kedzior
LINK&PIN: Emma Waltraud Howes, Atellis the Blue Joce, hollyt and Jack Bride
totem., Funeral For My 20’s
The Power of Two Workshop, hub’s Halloween Party, hub Renovations
rad with terra firma, HAMMER