There is a relationship is there not between what goes in and what comes out. Coffee, “breakfast,” lunch, snack. Chips, brunch, beer, cheese. We're going to get together, make and tell of our best snacks, and then talk about how they mean. It’s obvious that we eat the way we live and that we write the way we eat—but how exactly? Let us be for each other mirrors. Let us gather; let us read each other’s snacks.
The Capilano Review welcomes Aisha Sasha John to lead an afternoon writing/making workshop on snacking.
Saturday, December 12, 2:00-4:30pm
281 Industrial Avenue, Vancouver
$10 for a spot at the snack table and a digital edition of TCR's Fall issue. Write to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible to reserve a seat. Space limited!
Aisha Sasha John is a dancer and the author of The Shining Material (BookThug 2011) and THOU (BookThug 2014), finalist for the Trillium Award. Aisha has performed in Kelowna, Marrakech, Montreal, New York, Oakland, San Francisco and Vancouver. She's presented talks at numerous art institutions in Toronto including the Art Gallery of Ontario, Mercer Union, and the Power Plant. Her solo dance show VOLUNTEER premiered at the 36th Rhubarb Festival (Buddies in Bad Times Theatre). In January 2016, Aisha's collaboration with Julia Thomas, WE ARE HANGING OUT RIGHT NOW, will premiere at Videofag.
This event is made possible by a Metro Vancouver Cultural Grant.