The Lost Museum is now OPEN! CreativeHub is excited to announce that InSitu Multi-Arts Festival: “The Lost Museum” (http://thelostmuseum.ca/) is now open! An engaging virtual platform filled with stories, short films, interactive gaming, digital features, original artwork, curated collections, and special performances by Mississauga’s creative communities, The Lost Museum includes 9 engaging virtual collections.
CreativeHub 1352 will be hosting a series of pay-what-you-can virtual Artist Talks and Workshops featuring artists from InSitu Multi-Arts Festival: “The Lost Museum” from April 1st to April 22nd, 2021. Hosted on ZOOM, tickets for CreativeHub 1352’s Artist Talks & Workshops can be acquired on Eventbrite for a pay-what-you-can fee.
The line-up features behind-the-scenes content from The Lost Museum’s Colleen Snell (dramaturge/world builder/writer) and Noelle Hamlyn (set/costume/visual designer), artist-led discussions on lost and abandoned spaces from retired architect and professor Ken Snell, and an introduction to movement scores from ideation to interpretation from multidisciplinary artist Rohan Dhupar. Also included in the line-up is a personal curatorial tour and artist talk from mixed-media artist Raheel Patel, and a workshop hosted by performer, writer and educator Andrew Gaboury on creating your own unreceived messages and undelivered packages.
To view The Lost Museum, go to: http://thelostmuseum.ca/
To sign up for virtual Artist Talks & Workshops, visit: https://www.creativehub1352.ca/insitumultiartsfestival
The Lost Museum production features outstanding work from talented established and emerging artists and performers. It appeals to our love of stories, escapism and wonderment. New stories, exhibits and content will be added throughout the year.