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Ideas Worth Rhyming – Where Art meets Action

 

Ideas Worth Rhyming You are invited to Toronto’s premier event this month!

SPEAKout Organization for the Arts and Community Awareness proudly presents the coming of our Inaugural Ideas Worth Rhyming Festival in Toronto on Sunday, October 21, 2012 at the brand new Daniels Spectrum!

An event that aims to enlighten minds through educative means and artistic expression, it will be the intersection of arts, cultural interaction and innovation by identifying an interconnected world.

Featuring some of the top poets in the region:
Shihan, Ian Keteku, Ibn Najeeb, Lishai, Tomy Bewick, Mustafa Ahmed, Patrick De Belen & more!

Advance tickets available online for $20.
Purchase them here: http://www.speakoutpoetry.com/buy-tickets/
Tickets also available at the door for $25.

Location: Regent Park Arts & Cultural Centre
Address: 585 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON

Doors open at 12pm
Event Starts: 1pm
Event Ends: 5pm

Facebook event page link https://www.facebook.com/events/361433567266931/?fref=ts

Performance

SpeakOut Summer Slam 2013

After a very long wait, SPEAKout Poetry returns to Daniels Spectrum with Summer Slam 2013! Prepare for an evening of verse and lyrical mayhem and amazing performances as you witness 12 slam poets battle it out for $1000 in cash prizes!

Tickets are $15 and can be purchased by online by clicking HERE. For more information about SpeakOut Poetry please visit their website www.speakoutpoetry.com

Poetry / Spoken Word

Ideas Worth Rhyming – Where Art meets Action

 

Ideas Worth Rhyming You are invited to Toronto’s premier event this month!

SPEAKout Organization for the Arts and Community Awareness proudly presents the coming of our Inaugural Ideas Worth Rhyming Festival in Toronto on Sunday, October 21, 2012 at the brand new Daniels Spectrum!

An event that aims to enlighten minds through educative means and artistic expression, it will be the intersection of arts, cultural interaction and innovation by identifying an interconnected world.

Featuring some of the top poets in the region:
Shihan, Ian Keteku, Ibn Najeeb, Lishai, Tomy Bewick, Mustafa Ahmed, Patrick De Belen & more!

Advance tickets available online for $20.
Purchase them here: http://www.speakoutpoetry.com/buy-tickets/
Tickets also available at the door for $25.

Location: Regent Park Arts & Cultural Centre
Address: 585 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON

Doors open at 12pm
Event Starts: 1pm
Event Ends: 5pm

Facebook event page link https://www.facebook.com/events/361433567266931/?fref=ts

SpeakOut Summer Slam 2013

After a very long wait, SPEAKout Poetry returns to Daniels Spectrum with Summer Slam 2013! Prepare for an evening of verse and lyrical mayhem and amazing performances as you witness 12 slam poets battle it out for $1000 in cash prizes!

Tickets are $15 and can be purchased by online by clicking HERE. For more information about SpeakOut Poetry please visit their website www.speakoutpoetry.com

Workshop

Ideas Worth Rhyming – Where Art meets Action

 

Ideas Worth Rhyming You are invited to Toronto’s premier event this month!

SPEAKout Organization for the Arts and Community Awareness proudly presents the coming of our Inaugural Ideas Worth Rhyming Festival in Toronto on Sunday, October 21, 2012 at the brand new Daniels Spectrum!

An event that aims to enlighten minds through educative means and artistic expression, it will be the intersection of arts, cultural interaction and innovation by identifying an interconnected world.

Featuring some of the top poets in the region:
Shihan, Ian Keteku, Ibn Najeeb, Lishai, Tomy Bewick, Mustafa Ahmed, Patrick De Belen & more!

Advance tickets available online for $20.
Purchase them here: http://www.speakoutpoetry.com/buy-tickets/
Tickets also available at the door for $25.

Location: Regent Park Arts & Cultural Centre
Address: 585 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON

Doors open at 12pm
Event Starts: 1pm
Event Ends: 5pm

Facebook event page link https://www.facebook.com/events/361433567266931/?fref=ts

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