David Bateman, Doctor, poet and all around amazing guy invited me to be part of this spoken word series. I read SPACE-IFESTO 2012 as well as a new piece about Detroit called KEEPERS OF THE INFINITE. Poet and blogger Duncan Morgan wrote about my set on his blog “…Rebecca Singh – another strong set by […]
New Adventures in Sound Art is one of Canada’s most important organizations when it comes to pushing the boundaries of electroacoustic music and sound art. They host an international symposium every year called Deep Wireless. In May 2010 I was invited to be part of this event by participating in a residency called the […]
On October 1st, 2011 I hosted and told several stories. The night was called TELL YOUR STORY and was a part of Scotiabank Nuit Blanche.
2011 led to the further planning, fabrication, outfitting and installation of Hendrik Scheel’s design “CANADA’S SMALLEST THEATRE” in my studio. Hendrik is superfamous in the German theatre scene so it was a great honour to work so closely together!
In August 2010 I began a year long Fellowship at Toronto’s largest multidisciplinary festival, Luminato. Midway through I started to chat with the producer of Visual arts, Robert Vanderberg about doing audio description for visually impaired patrons. With the festivals support and though partnerships with Theatre Local and Rose Jacobsen through PicassoPro/Creative Trust, I ended […]
Or is it? Lunch can be an amazing journey when you mix the right ingredients. As a part of a unique Fellowship at the Luminato Festival, I was tasked to coordinate LUNCHTIME CONVERSATIONS. It turned out not so bad- here’s a rundown of the incredible talent I booked, hosted and sometimes interviewed: Chris Lorway, Devyani […]
Springing out of a coincidental conversation at the ARTISTS’ WEEK FESTIVAL in 2009 I began collaborating with Ruth Tait of Talking Pictures. Over the course of 6 months I we put together My Origami Motorcycle, the graphic novel. It has since been published by Domestic Tragedy Press with distribution in Toronto Montreal and New York […]
RPM has to be one of the coolest projects I’ve ever worked on. Getting together with my collaborator of almost 10 years, respected Quebec theatre artist Émilie Gauvin and writing on bikes for a month was truly incredible. We ended with a workshop presentation at the Studio de creation of Théâtre français de Toronto made […]
They say you should be careful what you wish for… I dreamed of having a functional studio I could rehearse and create in but it seemed an impossibility for my tiny space. Then, I got chatting with theatre designer Hendrik Scheel, who is based out of Berlin. He came to Toronto to visit and see […]
The artists in my community hadn’t had an opportunity to see each others work, so with the help of a small team and many mighty volunteers, we produced a 10-day festival called ARTISTS’ WEEK. It was attended by over 700 people, and over 30 artists participated.