Serving up empathy, one ladle at a time –

by ahnationtalk on June 14, 2018129 Views

June 14, 2018

Pull up a seat, dip in your spoon and make a new friend this week.

Iqaluit Square, in front of the elders’ centre, will be transformed into an open venue for an interactive art installation this Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

The Quebec-based community art collective ATSA, or When Art Takes Action, is in town serving up seal and char soups with a creative purpose. The aim of the project is to invite conversation on cultural and social issues close to the hearts of Iqaluit residents.

“Le Temps d’une Soupe,” or “While Having Soup” is an ongoing project, founded in 2015 by the artists Annie Roy and Pierre Allard, which has travelled across the world, from Montreal to Burkina Faso to Beirut.

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