Enlightening talks for evolving times
La Place des Arts du Grand Sudbury presents

Enlightening talks for evolving times

In-person Event
November 12th 2023
2:00 pm – 4:00 pm / Doors: 12:00 pm
For more information about this event, please contact Place des Arts du Grand Sudbury at billetterie@maplacedesarts.ca.

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ENLIGHTENING TALKS FOR EVOLVING TIMES
Remarkable guests. Resonant voices.
At Place des Arts.
This prestigious series of talks presents voices that are vital for our times. Their creative works and innovative thinking can be catalysts for self-renewal through the sharing of mutually respected identities. Their presence at Sudbury’s Place des Arts promises enlightening moments for evolving times.
Please join us for this prestigious series of talks hosted by Dr. Simon Laflamme, a distinguished sociologist with a passion for life, the arts and good food.

Refunds
Until November 6th 2023
Exchanges
No exchanges
Free for children
Free for 11 years old and under
Access for persons with mobility impairment
Yes
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ENLIGHTENING TALKS FOR EVOLVING TIMES
Remarkable guests. Resonant voices.
At Place des Arts.
This prestigious series of talks presents voices that are vital for our times. Their creative works and innovative thinking can be catalysts for self-renewal through the sharing of mutually respected identities. Their presence at Sudbury’s Place des Arts promises enlightening moments for evolving times.
Please join us for this prestigious series of talks hosted by Dr. Simon Laflamme, a distinguished sociologist with a passion for life, the arts and good food.

Refunds
Until November 6th 2023
Exchanges
No exchanges
Free for children
Free for 11 years old and under
Access for persons with mobility impairment
Yes

Municipal parking B10 available. You can also park along Elgin street. Parking is free in the evenings.


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Jesse Wente

Anishinaabek, born and raised in Toronto and a member of Serpent River First Nation, Jesse Wente was a film critic on CBC Radio for more than 20 years before taking on key positions at the Toronto Film Festival, where his work garnered awards of recognition.
In 2020, he was appointed board chair of the Canada Council for the Arts. His essay Unreconciled, a national bestseller, challenges Reconciliation as a flawed notion and espouses Truth as the basis for respectful relations with First Nations.

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