RBC Presents: The Walrus Talks | The Future of the Arts

Join The Walrus for a showcase of the writers, performers, musicians, and thinkers that are defining Canada’s artistic future.

Featuring:
Lido Pimienta, artist
Wanda Nanibush, curator of Indigenous Art at the Art Gallery of Ontario
Shary Boyle, contemporary visual artist
Adam Paolozza, artistic director, Bad New Days
Noor Naga, poet and novelist
Menon Dwarka, executive director of Arts Etobicoke
Sarah-Tai Black, film programmer and arts writer

The Walrus Talks is a national series of events about Canada and its place in the world. Each event offers thoughtful, inspiring thinking from scholars, writers, performers, scientists, artists, and business leaders.

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Curtis Walker is an educator, musician, and arts administrator based out of Guelph, Ontario. He holds a Master’s degree in Cultural Theory, where he focused his writing on experimental music. He also spent years as a member of the programming and organizing team for the Send + Receive Festival of Sound in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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