riverMOUTH

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Circling through time and space, sound transports us from the whispering of bulrushes to the rush of a saxophone blast, from the racket of a passing train to a groove drummed on a fallen log.

Wander the Humber / Cobechenonk river valley as you listen to over 40 tracks — from plant medicine, ecology and architecture, to soundscape and song.

Aug 27-28 & Sept 10-11
4-5:30pm
Watch out for dance installations featuring Meryem Alaoui, Nidhi Baadkar, Suzanne Barnes, Mai Duong, Molly Johnson, Terrill Maguire and Rebecca Hope Terry.

Take off your headphones and listen to what’s around you or slow down and nap with the trees, guided by Julia Aplin.

6-7pm
Gather at the Oculus at 6pm for live music and spoken word. Program details at our website: www.urbanvessel.com

riverMOUTH is inspired by water and our desire to nurture sustainable, life- giving connection to the planet.

Look & Listen Be aware of your surroundings. Cyclists travel at high speeds along the paved recreational trail. Walking paths may be steep, slippery or uneven. Beware of poison ivy and cow parsnip. If you come into contact, wash with soap and water and cover the area. Once home, check yourself for ticks and follow City of Toronto health guidelines.

Credits:
Andrew Adridge, baritone and spoken word artist
Mingjia Chen, singer & composer
Christine Duncan, vocalist and improviser
Sharada Eswar, singer, writer and storyteller
Gail Fraser, avian ecologist
Clement Kent, biologist
Andrea Kuzmich, vocalist and body percussionist
Jean Martin, audio producer
Karen Ng, saxophonist and composer
Juliet Palmer, composer and artistic director
Christie Pearson, architect, artist and writer
Joseph Pitawanakwat, plant medicine, Anishinaabe learner and educator
Alex Samaras, singer and composer
Andrea Thompson, poet and spoken word artist

Urbanvessel is based in Tkaronto, the traditional territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabek, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples. The territory is governed by Treaty 13 and is subject to the Dish with One Spoon Wampum Covenant, an agreement between the Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabek Confederacies and allies to peaceably share and care for the lands and waters around the Great Lakes.


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