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Family Sunday | March 19 | 2-4pm | Featuring Monique Mojica

Please join us for a very special Family Sunday featuring activities for all ages led by Guna and Rappahannock Nations Actor/Playwright/Dramaturg Monique Mojica.

Don’t miss an afternoon of hands-on family fun in connection to current exhibition Woven-In: Indigenous Women’s Activism and Media. Keep an eye out for creative stations throughout the Gallery and join the fun. Monique will also be leading imaginative and expressive movement activities at 2:15, 2:45, and 3:15 pm. We look forward to an afternoon of creative and collaborative exploration with you!

Artist Bio
Monique Mojica has created land-based, embodied dramaturgies and taught Indigenous Theatre in theory, process, and practice throughout Canada, the US, Latin America and Europe. Her artistic practice mines stories embedded in the body in connection to land and place. She is a member of the newly formed Indigenous Dramaturgy Circle at Tarragon Theatre. Monique lives in Toronto but is currently the inaugural Wurlitzer Visiting Professor at the University of Victoria’s Theatre Department for 2023.

Please note that in-person Family Sundays are included with admission.
Admission is always free for the following groups:
Children 5 & under
AGGV Members
Support Workers
Indigenous Peoples

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Family Sunday happens every third Sunday of the month October – June, and is an afternoon of exploring hands-on art-making and ideas for all ages. This recurring program often features special guests like storytellers, artists, performers or musicians.