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TOIL HERE is a group exhibition and curatorial collaboration between the Mayworks Kjipuktuk/Halifax Festival and the Khyber Centre for the Arts. Featured in this exhibition are works by artists Alex Antle, Antoinette Karuna, Clara Gough, Curtis Botham, Heather Cromwell, Kim Cain, and Michelle Roy, as well as by Mi’kmaq water protectors Cathy Martin, Gnat Na’pi, and Darlene Gilbert. Using the languages of traditional domestic craft and fine art, the artists explore different facets of rural life, labour and justice, and together disrupt stereotypical notions of what rural “Maritime” art can be and speak to.


Aquakultre is accompanied by a stellar band for a special Labour Day 2020 concert recorded at the Bus Stop Theatre.

Got kids at home? Looking for some homeschooling ideas? Look no further than this read along video of The True Cost of Coal, a rhyming story of resistance to the coal mine industry in Appalachia. This beautifully illustrated book by the Beehive Design Collective takes you through stories of collective struggles to prevent ecological destruction and worker exploitation. Recommended for ages 9 and up.

Deirdre Lee performs a poem for Labour Day. She is a poet, performer & maker of art & food, medicines & magic. Her art is intertwined with her complicated & sometimes confusing reality as a racialized, neurodivergent woman, & explores her perspectives on identity & healing.