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Cuisine ton Quartier 2022 © ATSA - Photo de Bennett Malcolmson

 

THE PODCASTS ARE NOW ONLINE! LISTEN TO THE EPISODES

CUISINE TON QUARTIER: AUDIO TRAIL FOR SUDBURY!

Cuisine ton quartier is an inclusive social art project that fosters openness toward others and hopes to diminish racism. It builds a positive appreciation of the brave people who have come from elsewhere and now contribute to our society.

We are pleased to announce our collaboration with the Théâtre du Nouvel-Ontario, which develops, creates, presents, hosts and promotes contemporary theatrical works, with an emphasis on Franco-Ontarian ones. The TNO is collaborating with us for the Cuisine ton quartier project in Sudbury to examine issues related to francophone migration. 

Cuisine ton quartier now extends across Canada and is making its first stop in Sudbury. We look forward to presenting the personal accounts of the eight selected participants! The podcast episodes will be available on our dedicated website for at-home listening, and can also be experienced as an audio accompaniment to a walk along a marked park trail!

Our participants: 

COMMUNUTY ISSUES 

- Stéphanie Cotnoir from the Société de développement économique de l’Ontario
- Gouled Hassan from the Centre interculturel francophone de Sudbury

ARTISTS 

- Melchior Mbonimpa
- Gisèle Gbobouo
- Marcel Diro

PERSONAL ACCOUNTS

- Nadège Civil
- Roby Joseph
- Maimouna Sangare

The launch of the Cuisine ton quartier podcast episodes was held Thursday, June 9, in the lobby of Greater Sudbury’s Place des Arts. You can listen to the episodes on our Spotify channel or via our dedicated streaming platform.    


 

An ATSA, When Art Takes Action production, made possible thanks to support from the Théâtre du Nouvel-Ontario and the Centre Émilie-Gamelin.

ATSA and its partners which to acknowledge that the Cuisine ton quartier – Sudbury project is situated on the traditional territory of the Atikameksheng Anishnawbek
and Wahnapitae First Nations.

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 WINNIPEG

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Cuisine ton Quartier 2021 © ATSA - Photo de Betty Bogaert 

Episodes now online!

CUISINE TON QUARTIER: AUDIO TRAIL FOR WINNIPEG!

We’d like to introduce you to the Centre culturel franco-manitobain (CCFM), an artistic and cultural non-profit founded in 1974. It is an important presenter for all types of French-language cultural and arts activities. The cultural centre is a veritable hub for French-language cultural life in Manitoba, with programming encompassing the performance arts and visual arts as well as community and educational offerings for all residents of Manitoba and elsewhere. 

The CCFM will have the pleasure of hosting our organization in Winnipeg for the creation and development of the Cuisine ton quartier project.

Once upon a time there was Cuisine ton quartier, a local project for building interpersonal connections, getting people talking and examining the issues related to francophone migration. Since 2020, ATSA has produced 118 episodes in 10 boroughs of the city of Montréal, which can be listened to by clicking on: https://atsa.qc.ca/balado-cuisine-ton-quartier/

Today, Cuisine ton Quartier has expanded across Canada, including Winnipeg, where we look forward to presenting the personal accounts of the selected participants! The podcasts will be available on our website as of June 24 and can also be experienced as an audio accompaniment to a walk along a marked trail at Provencher Park starting in September 2022.

Our participants: 

COMMUNITY ISSUES 

- Brigitte Léger from the Economic Development Council for Manitoba Bilingual Municipalities (CDEM) 
- Salwa Meddri from the Réseau en immigration francophone du Manitoba
- Bintou Sacko from Accueil francophone 
- Geneviève Pelletier from Théâtre Cercle Molière and Ginette Lavack from the Centre culturel franco-manitobain

ARTISTS 

- Henry Onwuchekwa
- Virginia Valdivia
- Amara Conde

PERSONAL ACCOUNTS 

- Ruphine Djuissi
- Paulette Duguay
- Dolly Tsilaosana
- Ketty Pichaud and Yvonnick LeLorec


 

ATSA wishes to acknowledge that the Cuisine ton quartier project is situated on Treaty 1 territory and that the land on which we gather is part of the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota and Dene Peoples and of the homeland of the Métis Nation.

An ATSA, When Art Takes Action production, made possible thanks to support from the Centre culturel franco-manitobain, the Secrétariat du Québec aux relations canadiennes, the Manitoba Francophone Affairs Secretariat and the Centre Émilie-Gamelin.

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