The Guelph Lecture—On Being is back with an in-person event in Guelph, Ontario that combines live music, spoken word, and urgent dialogue. This year the feature event of the ArtsEverywhere Festival is taking place on May 6, 2022. The keynote conversation will be between bestselling author and climate activist Naomi Klein and Indigenous leader Chief Ninawá Huni Kui of the Amazon forest, who will discuss the future of the Amazon and the implications it has for the rest of the world. The evening’s performances will also feature music from JUNO Award winning band Digging Roots, and spoken word from Ontario’s poet laureate Randell Adjei. For details and a link to purchase tickets visit The Guelph Lecture event page.
The Guelph Lecture: Presenters Announced
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Protecting the forest is a responsibility of all of humanity
Written by Dino Siwek and Maria Clara Parente, in conversation with Chief Ninawá Huni Kui, and Photographs by Benicio Pitaguary
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We Are All Musicians
Program created by Jesse Stewart, Film directed by Hasi Eldib