Sunday, October 24, 2010

Poetry for the Missing, Exhibit and Reading Museum of Ontario Archaeology

Forgotten Women, Dreaming Ourselves Alive Again

Multi Media Art Exhibit

until November 18

by Dr. Gloria Alvernaz Mulcahy

at the Museum of Ontario Archaeology, London

Through powerful photographs, enlightening text, poignant film and thoughtful poetry this exhibition puts a human face on more than 580 missing and murdered women from across Canada.

Poetry Reading

October 29, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Museum of Ontario Archaeology

Poetry reading by Gloria Alvernaz Mulcahy from the book "Borderlands and Bloodlines"

CU there! CM

See the pdf for more information

Friday, October 22, 2010

See you Saturday for a great day of creative exploration!

Creativity as Soul Work with Isabella Colalillo Kates

· Creativity & Design with Robert Kelly

· Poetry Explorer with Gloria Alvernaz Mulcahy

· The Undoing Dance Workshop with Srividya Natarajan

· Looking Inward & Looking Outward with Lynette Richards

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

IJCAIP Announces Supplementary Edition Featuring Arts in Health Based Research

IJCAIP business news

IJCAIP Offers International Platform for Leading Edge Research

There is growing international interest in arts methodologies applied in health research and scientists and others across disciplines hope to discover more about new and emerging methodologies that use the creative arts in health research.
The International Journal of The Creative Arts in Interdisciplinary Practice
(IJCAIP Journal) will be providing an international platform for leading edge information in this area of research with a special IJCAIP supplementary issue to be published in early 2012 dedicated to Explorations in Arts Based Health Research. The supplementary issue will focus on an ongoing Arts-based Methods in Health Research project involving over 60 individuals and partners from across disciplines. The project is currently under the leadership of Dr. Katherine Boydell, Senior Scientist and Scientific Director of Qualitative Inquiry in Child Health and Evaluative Sciences at The Hospital for Sick Children and Associate Professor in the Departments of Psychiatry and Dalla Lana School of Public Health at The University of Toronto.

As the international and open access journal in the field at IJCAIP we are pleased and proud to support initiatives that have the potential to add to the knowledge base while opening up new research opportunities for the creative arts as applied in inquiry and in practice.

Inquiries about our paid IJCAIP supplementary issue programme can be sent to
the publisher at

C. McLean, Publisher IJCAIP Journal

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

The Monument, Moving Performance for Peace

We would like to draw your attention to this moving reading of the play, "The Monument"
written by Colleen Wagner and directed by Jennifer Capraru. Read more about "The Monument" in this Toronto Star article by Kelly Toughill.