This month we are featuring singer/songwriter Lucila Al Mar: Her debut album “Nada Es Para Siempre// Nothing is Forever” welcome’s you into the precious space of her life; to revel in the many ways human presence can be shared, the multitude of ways music and performance can beautify our experience of both life and death.
And from right here in Edmonton we've got Timiro Mohamed: a local spoken word poet and university student. Her work is centered around her experiences as a second generation Somali-Canadian. She is the co-author of the chapbook Water and a national spoken word semi-finalist having competed at the Canadian Festival of Spoken word with the 2016 Edmonton Slam Poetry team.
Come through for an evening of celebration of the resilient magic of femmes of colour!