Today is the opening of the International Community Arts Festival for 2014 in Rotterdam, Holland. The Global Savages have been in the city for several days. They are “walking about”, meeting new friends and exploring new territory throughout the city.
Debajehmujig Storyteller’s Artistic Director Joe Osawabine is interviewed by Craig Norris of the Kitchener Waterloo CBC morning show during the IMPACT Festival. Chibiabos volunteers at a soup kitchen in Kitchener Waterloo and helps makes falafel for lunch. This organization prepares an average of 700 meals per day! Debajehmud prepares brownies under the careful eye of soup kitchen staff member Myrna, as part of the Global Savages outreach in Kitchener Waterloo during the IMPACT festival.
The Global Savages head towards the Clock Tower in Victoria Park, Kitchener Waterloo. A sunrise walk on Tuesday morning, marked the first day of theIMPACT 13 festival for the Global Savages.
We are making our final preparations for our journey to Kitchener Waterloo, and we are getting very excited. We have been invited to share our story at the large gathering called IMPACT 13. We will arrive by foot Tuesday morning at Sunrise at our meeting place in Victoria Park – you are welcome to join us if you like.
For the next few days after that, we will be out and about in the community, on the streets, in the parks meeting people and finding...
On Wednesday June 5th 2013 Brantford community organization members and artists were joined by Debajehmujig – Storytellers (The Global Savages) and delegates and organizers of the CCI – Ontario Presenting Network at the Brantford Arts Block for an evening of social artistic engagement. The Sanderson Centre is hosting CCI’s Members Retreat with the theme ‘Engaged Presenting’. Wednesday evening’s ‘Creating a Hallabaloo’ included food, art, music, media presentation and 28 minutes of solid dancing.
The Global Savages spotted out and about in Brantford this morning - Monday June 3, 2013