Gold Mountain Dream is being performed on November 29 at no charge for Okanagan residents.
This collaboration between the Flicker Arts Collaboratory and the Orchid Ensemble — featuring Creative Studies professors Aleksandra Dulic and Kenneth Newby — explores the themes of Chinese diaspora and culture through interactive media arts, live music and spoken word.
It starts with BC’s Chinese community but expresses a shared experience of all immigrants from different cultures, acting as a bridge between communities, and is backed by life-stories collected from numerous insightful interviews from different generations of Chinese Canadians.
The performance takes place at 8 p.m. at the Kelowna Community Theatre (1375 Water Street, Kelowna).
To find out more visit the Minds and Music website.