Rebecca Flemister (born in Shelburne, ON, Canada; lives in Mississauga, ON, Canada) is a theatre collaborator, arts writer, and historical interpreter of African American and White European decent. A recent graduate of The University of Toronto for Theatre and English literature, Rebecca worked as a dramaturge and co-writer for the 2018 Beck festival on a collective creation piece entitled In this Room We Keep the Movers and the Thinkers. This performance translated biographical experiences into dance, movement and spoken word. She is a current participant in the 2019/20 Emerging Arts Critic programme with the National Ballet of Canada.
Location: 259 Lake Shore Blvd East
Storytelling seeks to shift the mediation of contemporary art away from conventional modes of interpreting and informing to narrating and embodying through weekly walks and conversations. An intergenerational and multilingual group of storytellers share personal insights and experiences of the city as they guide visitors through the Exhibition’s installations, research,…