Earle’s Hall Live 2011: Kaffé 1870 Birthday “How Kaffé came to be”
ON DISPLAY FROM OCTOBER 29 to NOVEMBER 6 ONLY!
Birthday singing, short history about the theatre above Kaffé 1870 and story about how the Kaffé came to be.
Two tiny plays on the essence of theatre.
Desire is in the essence of relationship and relationship is in the essence of the theatre….
1. Earle's hall live - these events orchestrated by Nadia Ross are nothing short of genius. She inspires collaboration from varied artists in many art forms, theatre actors, video/photography,...
Business is our Mother • Video • A puppet pontificates on how business has taken over everything Credits: Writer, editor: Nadia Ross Videographers: Rob Scott and Nadia Ross Voice… more
Living in Paradise • Video • Currently on display • A short music video on what it feels like to live in Paradise. Lyrics and Song by Nadia Ross and Michelle April * performed by April * drawings by George Acheson, Michelle April and Nadia Ross …
Good News from the Sun (Part 2) is a short video project that uses puppets, live documentary footage and animation to tell the story of a theatre director who is asked to work with local youths in her village to create a play. The power dynamics shift as the teenagers grow up and move on to bigger cities and with their lives, leaving the director without a group to work with.
The Seeker Puppet Movie • 20:16 minutes • Video • Currently not on display • In this video, the Seeker is still trying to find herself through her work as an artist with questionable results. more …
Grand Finale Video, live art and installation.
ON DISPLAY FROM DECEMBER 20th 2023 to JANUARY 3, 2024
A community art project and fundraiser for the Wakefield Community Emergency Fund
at Kaffé 1870
715 Riverside Drive,Wakefield Quebec
A year-long, community-wide colouring and writing experiment. In honour of the Gatineau River throughout the seasons.
STO Union recognizes that its head office in Farrellton, Quebec is located on the unceded and unsurrendered territory of the Algonquin Anishinaabe Nation whose presence here dates back to time immemorial.