Brown Girl Begins: Screening and Reception @ AGO - Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto [24 February]

Brown Girl Begins: Screening and Reception


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24
February
18:00 - 22:00

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AGO - Art Gallery of Ontario
317 Dundas Street West, Toronto, Ontario M5T 1G4
Join us for the gala premiere of Brown Girl Begins, director Sharon Lewis' Afrofuturist feature debut, and a prequel to Nalo Hopkinson's award-winning novel Brown Girl in the Ring.

Celebrate Black Future Month with director, Sharon Lewis, author Nalo Hopkinson and stars of the film, Brown Girl Begins. Join them at a gala reception with performances by musicians featured in the film, including legendary calypsonian David Rudder, blues dynamo Shakura S’Aida and opera sensation Measha Brueggergosman. A hosted Q & A will follow the 6 pm screening.

Tickets include admission to either 6 pm or 9 pm screening in Jackman Hall and entry to the reception in Walker Court from 7:30-10 pm
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