Sports related events appear on the event calendar of our sister publication In Play! magazine. Check it out!

Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

Reclaiming Hidden Histories

October 16, 2019 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Biz X magazine events, 6th Annual Plentiful Harvest Ball, Event: Fall Into Health Day, W.E. Shop Local Show, Libro-EPIC Social Enterprise Pitch Competition, Test Your Business Idea, An afternoon coffee break with social entrepreneurs, Come Home to St. Clair - Celebrating our Alumni Journey, Doors Open Windsor 2018, Windsor Public Library How To Festival, Windsor Life Centre's 9th Annual Gala, CALLED TO ACCOMPANY: HOW TO DRAW YOUNG PEOPLE BACK INTO THE LIFE, EXPLORING SPECIFIC ISSUES IN CARE FOR THE SERIOUSLY ILL AND DYING, WHY THE CREED MATTERS FOR OUR MORAL AND SPIRITUAL LIFE, BBQ Pig Roast Hawaiian Luau Party Feast,Labour Day White Weekend Party, Peanut Butter Jam, Polar Splash FINALFREEZE, The Downtown Mission's 5th Annual Trivia Night Fundraiser, Farrow Miracle Park Relocate the Riverside Cenotaph Fundraiser, Thanksgiving Dinner 2018, Barry Ace, “Mistletoe & Snow” Art Sale & Exhibition Reception Night, EPIC Innovation Space Holiday Open House, Advocis Windsor Christmas Luncheon, Heathers The Musical

Reclaiming Hidden Histories

Reclaiming Hidden Histories: Researching, Writing, and Re-Imagining Community Narratives. Building research, connecting with the material, editing, finding the right voice…writing is an interactive process.

Reclaiming Hidden Histories: Researching, Writing, and Re-Imagining Community Narratives presents Irene Moore Davis in discussion of her current work Our Own Two Hands: Black Lives in Windsor from the 1700s Forward, a response to Charlotte Perry’s seminal work The Long Road, and the process of conceptualizing and interacting with Windsor Essex’s African Canadian history. Multidisciplinary artists Teajai Travis and Talysha Bujold-Abu will offer a follow-up discussion to writing and responding to this history, how the interaction of writing and research develops in many forms, including poetry, music, fiction, artistic response, walking tours, and more. Methods of archival research, modes of storytelling, and developing characters will be discussed. By Donation.

Presented in partnership with BookFest/Festival du Livre Windsor

Cost: By Donation

Facebook Comments


October 16, 2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Event Category:


Arts Council Windsor & Region


Artspeak Gallery Windsor
1942 Wyandotte Street East
Windsor, Ontario N8Y 1E4 Canada
(519) 252-2787

Dates and times of events are subject change. Please contact organizers to confirm details.

Biz X magazine is committed to fostering a lively but civil forum for discussion, we encourage all our readers to share their views on our articles, blog posts and events. We ask that you not make personal attacks and please keep your comments relevant to the topic and respectful. Any comments that are abusive will be deleted. The views and opinions expressed at these events are not necessarily those of Biz X magazine or its advertisers. We have chosen the Facebook platform to reduce anonymous comments. Thank you.

Facebook Comments