Southwood Secondary School celebrates Ontario’s 150th with an evening of art, history on May 25

On Thursday, May 25, Southwood Secondary School is celebrating Ontario’s 150th with an evening of multi-disciplinary art performance and installation in downtown Cambridge.

At the Mill Race Park Amphitheatre, beginning at 7:30 p.m., performances will feature Cam Earnshaw, former Southwood student and Berklee College of Music graduate, and Gary Kirkham, filmmaker, video designer and playwright.

Southwood students will showcase a variety of pieces that demonstrate the range of work they develop throughout the school year, including:

  • Teeth: A collaborative piece with the developmental education class at Southwood Secondary School.
  • She Used To Be Me: A piece representing the struggles of self-esteem and body image that so many young women and men face today.
  • The Sound of Silence: A piece examining the invisibility and stigma attached to those struggling with mental health in our society.

For more information about the event, visit www.movethemill.ca.

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