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posted by CMIP21 in on Sep 12, 2012 - View profile


I Heart Culture: Halifax

Part of the nationwide Culture Days

- 8:30pm
Friday September 28 2012

Venue: The Hub
Address: 1673 Barrington Street, 2nd Floor
Cost: Free
Accessibility: Not Wheelchair Accessible

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I Heart Culture: Halifax, Friday, September 28 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at The Hub, 1673 Barrington Street, 2nd floor. www.pier21.ca. As part of the nationwide Culture Days, the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21, in partnership with FUSION Halifax, is hosting I Heart Culture: Halifax. Come out for an interactive and inspiring community-focused evening. Hear from local community-builders, watch One Millionth Tower—a short Canadian film about re-imagining neighbourhood spaces and put your own creative spin on an interactive art project. If you heart culture in Halifax, this event is for you! Admission is free. The event is presented in English.


J'aime la culture : Halifax, le vendredi 28 septembre de 18 h 30 à 20 h 30 au Hub, 1673 rue Barrington (2e étage). www.quai21.ca Dans le cadre de la Fête de la culture du Canada, le Musée canadien de l'immigration du Quai 21, en partenariat avec FUSION Halifax, est l'hôte de l'événement J'aime la culture : Halifax. Venez participer à une soirée communautaire interactive et stimulante. Entendre des bâtisseurs de communauté locale, visionner One Millionth Tower—un court métrage canadien portant sur les façons de ré-imaginer les espaces de quartieret lancer votre propre créativité au service d’un projet d’art interactif. Si vous avez à cœur la culture d’Halifax, cet événement est pour vous ! L’entrée est gratuite. Cet événement est présenté en anglais.


Organizer:Matthew Ritchie, mritchie@pier21.ca

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