Take a look at the videos created at our All-Star Celebration of the Cathedral Village Arts Festival's past, present and future with performances by local talented artists in a cabaret-style event celebrating the five key festival disciplines: Music, Literature, Theatre, Visual arts, and Dance. The Gala was Directed by the Festival's past Chair Joanne Crofford.
Our 5 x 5 Acts celebrated the following themes in a creative, diverse, celebration of community:
The past 25 years, favourites like the Clowns - Christina Persson;
Parades with Pile O'Bones brass band - Al Mcwilliam;
the family feeling and the young people loving to see and take part in everything - Lazlo
the people who started out years ago busking and now tour the world - Marshall Burns Rah Rah
The Creative Vision behind the festival - Ken Mitchell originator of the first festival with his amazing poem about the arts
Scott Anthony Andrews – singer/songwriter and Corinne Groff Piano teacher, adjudicator/singer
finishing off with a rousing song Down Deep in My Soul - as the festival is for all of us
Creative MC'ing by the Fadadance Production Team
Tweener: MaRMak Puppetry, Kenn McCleod and Rowan Pantel
A future of inclusion and diversity.
Reflecting the growing diversity of the festival in art form and participation.
Carol Daniels and Nahani Morin - mother and daughter
Carol just nominated for 3 awards at the Saskatchewan Book Awards - will be doing spoken word accompanied by her daughter's guitar, reflecting on Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women - speaking to our responsibilities as a community;
Joe Naytowhow “We Are All One People”, with performers on Tabla, Vocal
Stacy and Lilla - mother and daughter Hip Hop - keeping things energetic and lively;
Rock and Roll as her expressive medium. Women Rockin' the world in choosing their futures.
Creative MC's - Fada Team.