Matthew “Hazel” Worku is an 18 year-old emerging spoken word artist and rapper from Jungle (Lawrence Heights). He has performed at Soho House, collaborated with Unity Charity and recently graduated from the Ada Slaight Youth Arts Mentorship Program. We chatted with Hazel about his artistic practice.
- Black Lives Matter June 2, 2020
- Ada Slaight Youth Arts Mentorship Program 2019 November 22, 2018
- Hallway Galleries: Dear Ayeeyo Photographs by Yasin Osman August 1, 2018
- Announcing Jermyn Creed, Community Hub Manager June 15, 2018
- Daniels Spectrum Fire Details June 5, 2018
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Please join us on May 31st for the 5th Annual Ada Slaight Youth Arts Mentorship Program Collaborative Showcase at Daniels Spectrum. This event features original works in a variety of disciplines including, spoken word, music, fashion, photography, visual and culinary arts from a lineup of young, emerging artists from Regent Park and the surrounding area.
Request for Proposals for artist groups and non-profit arts and cultural organizations. Deadline: Monday, May 8th at 5 PM.
Raising Artists is an art program designed for children and parents held in SKETCH at Artscape Youngplace and the Centre for Social Innovation (Regent Park) at Daniels Spectrum. We spoke with CEO and founder, Alessandra Moretti, to learn more about how Raising Artists nurtures creativity, imagination and self-expression.