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Media Release: Vogue In Toronto: The Black Liberation Ball At Harbourfront Centre’s Kuumba Festival Moves To Larger Venue

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The Black Liberation Ball hosted by Harbourfront Centre as part of the 23rd annual Kuumba Festival takes place this weekend. The finale of the Journey to Black Liberation Symposium, this highly anticipated event includes a rare chance to learn from and compete for prizes in front of a distinguished panel of judges from Montreal, Toronto, and New York. Media Release (02/10/2018) Toronto, ON - Ballroom culture and voguing, a form of physical expression and dialogue through dance, is part communal tradition, part competition, part personal statement and is of significant historical importance in the Black, Latino, gay and transgender communities.

The ball will be held on Harbourfront Centre’s waterfront campus in the dock warehouse adjacent to the Radisson Hotel, in front of the Amsterdam Brewhouse.

WHAT: This house ball will serve as a transnational stage, where performers from across North America will come together and walk in celebration.

WHERE: Harbourfront Centre, 245 Queens Quay West at Robertston Crescent, Toronto

WHEN: Saturday, February 10, 2018

WHO: Celebrity judges including Pony Zion and the legendary Leiomy Maldonado, The Icon Michael Roberson Maasai Milan and commentator The Rocksocking Twysted Miyake Mugler!

With DJs Black Cat and Karim Olen Ash

Brandon Hay, co-curator and founder of the Black Daddies Club

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Harbourfront Centre gratefully acknowledges the generous funding support for Kuumba by TD Bank the Government of Canada, City of Toronto, Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council and the Consulate General of the United States – Toronto, Canada. We are thankful for the financial support received from many national and international cultural organizations, trusts and foundations, corporate partners, and individual supporters.

About Harbourfront Centre

Harbourfront Centre is a registered, charitable not-for-profit cultural organization operating a 10-acre campus on Toronto’s central waterfront. A leading international centre for contemporary arts, culture, and ideas, we inspire audiences and visitors with a breadth of bold, ambitious and engaging experiences.

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