Caminos are the roads, paths, or life journeys that take us from one place to the next. Now in its third edition, Aluna’s CAMINOS is a biennial curated festival that presents an exciting line-up of new performance experiments on the road to becoming something more. Join local, national and international guest artists to push the boundaries of theatre, dance, performance art, music, visual arts, and installation.
Quickly becoming recognized as a launching pad for new works that go on to full production premieres on Toronto’s leading stages, CAMINOS has already presented early development showings of Rosa Labordé´s Marine Life, Jiv Parasram’s Take d Milk, Nah?, Anita La Selva’s Stones, Beatriz Pizano’s Dividing Lines, Augusto Bitter’s CHICHO, and many more.
For 2019, CAMINOS adds a special opening weekend presentation by Native Earth of international guest artist Ghenoa Gela (Torres Strait Islands). Gela’s Mura Buai (Everyone Everyone) will showcase her work with local Indigenous artists, a collaborative journey that travels this Fall from the Big Medicine Studio, to the National Arts Centre, to Toronto, for final showings at Aki Studio.
Tickets : Free-$20
General | $20
Senior, Student, Arts Worker | $15
How to get tickets?
At the door
WHEN & WHERE
Date & Time:
October 3 to 13, 2019 — Schedule
Venue & Address :
Aki Studio &
Ada Slaight Hall
Native Earth Performing Arts – 585 Dundas Street East, Suite 250, Toronto, ON M5A 2B7 Canada
Public Transit Accessible