Call for Participation: Take Part in Culture Days at the Toronto Public Library

March 22, 2013 | Miriam

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If you are an artist, musician, dancer, arts and crafts specialist, then keep reading.

Toronto Public Library is again gearing up for Culture Days, which takes place on September 27 and 28. This is a massive country-wide celebration of culture that invites the public to step into the creative process. Learn origami, a new dance form, be part of a collaborative musical creation--the possibilities are limitless.  Spur of the moment Shakespear

The library is making free venues available to artists in some 40 branches, so if you have an activity or some kind of creative endeavour that you want to demonstrate to the public, please follow this link, read the Call for Participation and fill out the proposal form. The most important consideration is that your activity be interactive.

Last year more than 2200 people came to Culture Days @ the Library events at  branches across the city, from Scarborough to Etobicoke, from North York to the Lakeshore.

Above: Spur-of the Moment Shakespeare at Culture Days, Credit: Christian Badanja/Torontoist

Culture Days @ the Library is now in its third year. It is a partnership between Toronto Public Library, Neighbourhood Arts Network and Culture Days.