Saturday, October 29, 2016 - 8:00 PM
Reading/Round Table: IFOA

Studio Theatre/ Harbourfront Centre

235 Queens Quay W
Toronto M5J 2G8
Cost: $18/ $15 Supporters, Free for Students & Youth 25 under

From Spain to New York and Canada, from painting to performance art and music, Miguel Ángel Hernández, Molly Prentiss, and Eric Beck Rubin explore the lives of artists and their surroundings.  Hosted by Sheniz Janmohamed, Ali Hassan moderates.

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Location change: This event is now taking place in the Studio Theatre.


Participants

  • hassan-ali

    Ali Hassan

    Ali Hassan is a Stand-Up Comedian and Canadian television and radio personality. He is the host of Laugh Out Loud on CBC Radio and SiriusXM and has performed at the Just for Laughs FestivalJFL42 and the Amman Stand-Up Comedy Festival. In August of 2016, he also took his solo show Muslim, Interrupted to the Edinburgh Festival in Scotland, the largest arts festival in the world. His film work includes the movies Breakaway, Goon, and French Immersion, and Ali can be seen on television right now in recurring roles on the hit show Man Seeking Woman (FX) and Odd Squad (PBSKids), and in the upcoming CTV series, Cardinal.

  • Hernández, Miguel Angel

    Miguel Ángel Hernández

    Miguel Ángel Hernández was one of the finalists for the prestigious Herralde Novel Awards for The Instant of Danger in 2015. This award is one of the most renown fiction prizes in Spain. The author is currently enjoying a fellowship at Cornell University. He will be presenting Escape Attempt, a story about the power of art and the artist as an agent of change. Supported by Acción Cultural Española (AC/E)

  • Prentiss, Molly

    Molly Prentiss

    Molly Prentiss was born and raised in Santa Cruz, California. She was a Writer in Residence at Workspace at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, the Blue Mountain Center, and the Vermont Studio Center and was chosen as an Emerging Writer Fellow by the Aspen Writers Foundation. She holds an MFA in creative writing from the California College of the Arts. Her debut novel, Tuesday Nights in 1980,  is all about New York City, art and being an artist. She lives in Brooklyn.

  • Rubin, Eric Beck -- credit Scott Norsworthy

    Eric Beck Rubin

    Eric Beck Rubin is a cultural historian at the University of Waterloo School of Architecture who writes on design, literature and psychology. School of Velocity is his first novel and he is currently at work on a second: a family saga spanning pre-World War II Germany to present-day Los Angeles and Western Canada.