Third Annual Min Sook Lee Labour Arts Awards - Fundraising Gala
Please join us in congratulating the 2014 Min Sook Lee Award winners at this years fundraising Awards Gala.
DETAILS OF GALA:
Saturday, November 29, 2014
Doors open at 6:00 pm
Steelworkers Hall, 25 Cecil St., Toronto
Venue and washrooms are wheelchair accessible
In addition to the awards ceremony, the gala will include a four course dinner by the East African Community Association, an exciting Silent Auction, and music by The Special Interest Group.
Tickets: $50 each; $25 for students, unemployed / underemployed. For more information and to purchase tickets go to mayworks.ca click Donate button to purchase through PayPal or email email@example.com.
THE MIN SOOK LEE LABOUR ARTS AWARDS:
The Min Sook Lee Labour Arts Awards are named after Min Sook Lee, an activist-artist whose own contributions moved Mayworks Festival toward its current artistic vision: to actively seek representation of equity groups as audiences and artists. Lee also helped Mayworks focus on programming that engages new, non-arts audiences, and that challenges Euro-centric notions of art.
2014 MIN SOOK LEE AWARD RECIPIENTS:
Mayworks Festival of Working People and the Arts is pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 Min Sook Lee Labour Arts Awards:
For Labour Activists who have used the arts to promote the values of the labour and social justice movements: Faith Nolan. For more information on Faith Nolan, please visit: http://www.faithnolan.org
For Artists who have captured the values of labour and social justice in their art: Kwentong Bayan Labour of Love creators Althea Balmes and Jo SiMalaya Alcampo. For more information on Kwentong Bayan, please visit: http://www.lcpcomicbook.com
For Labour Unions who have used the arts to engage their membership in different ways, for example in strike prep, or for picket lines or campaigns: CUPE Local 4948, Toronto Public Library Workers Union. For more information on CUPE 4948, please visit: http://ourpubliclibrary.to
For Outstanding Contribution to the Labour Movement: Margie Adam.