Date(s) - 21/03/2018 - 22/03/2018
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
21st March – 22nd March
@ Café Théâtre & Art Gallery, Alliance Française de Chandigarh
Aly Ndiaye, also known as Webster, was born and raised in the Limoilou neighbourhood in Quebec. Raised by a Senegalese father and a Quebecoise mother, he has always been proud of his origins and introduces himself as a pureblood SeneQueb. He studied his passion, History, at university.
Webster is a pioneer of hip-hop culture in Quebec. Since 2009, he has been travelling around the globe, promoting his art and giving writing workshops in which he teaches the creative use of the French language through rap music. He visited several American universities, including Harvard, MIT, Howard, Georgetown and UCLA. He also performed and organised workshops in several countries in Africa, Europe, Asia and South America.
In March 2018 he will be travelling to Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chandigarh and Delhi for a series of performances and lectures aimed at promoting Canada’s Francophone dimension as well as Canada’s multiculturalism, diversity and culture.
21st March at 6pm: Jamming session with the artist – Hip-hop and rap @Café Théâtre
22nd March at 3pm: Workshop on “Black presence and slavery in Canada, hip-hop and diversity” @Art Gallery(Please register for this event by contacting AF Chandigarh via email, Facebook or Instagram)
22nd March at 6pm: Concert @Café Théâtre