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Royal Colouring Bar @ Toronto Black Film Festival

Updated: May 2

TBFF showcased the most outstanding and most powerful Black films while creating a space to debate major cultural, social and socio-economic issues. We were delighted to provide a interactive art wellness entertainment experience for Toronto Black film festival for Family Day!

Mom's, Dad's, Girl's, Boy's, teens, aunties, and grandparents spent an average of 65 mins+ sketching, colouring, crafting and snacking at the Royal Colouring Bar. Check out the Pics below.

The Royal colouring bar is a mobile colouring and crafting entertainment activity station with 5 - 6 areas of art, wellness and creative play!

  1. Gallery Showcase: The Royal Artist, will showcase her latest fine print collection.

  2. Craft Bar: A Bar stacked with all the stuff needed in creating the perfect paper crown craft.

  3. Colouring Bar: A bar filled with inspiring colouring art pages by The Royal Artist, Alicia Bucknor and colouring tools like markers, crayons, and pencil crayons.

  4. Unity drawing table runner: Interactive colouring poster that guests work on together.

  5. Snack & Sip Bar: The Tea bar will be filled with an assortment of hot and cold teas, popcorn and snacks. (Only select events will include the Sip Bar)

  6. Selfie background Station: A unique set space designed to capture the most creative selfie photos. Guests will enjoy our custom mural backdrop, and display props to create a mood and theme for the event.

  7. Winners wall of fame: A Art wall space for guests to post their beautiful colouring art and interact with products from our valued sponsors

About event:

The Toronto Black Film Festival is dedicated to giving unique voices in cinema the opportunity to present audiences with new ways of looking at the world. A dynamic, refreshing and audacious Festival whose ambition is to encourage the development of the independent film industry and to promote more films on the reality of Black people from around the Globe.

CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY MONTH “Greater knowledge leads to greater understanding”. TBFF is glad to celebrate Diversity within the black communities through films that matter. Films illuminate, entertain and invite audiences to see the world from another person’s experience. In connecting black films with viewers of all colours and ethnic origins we recognize the differences that make us unique and celebrate the shared values that bring us together. Coming together through art allows members of all cultural communities to better understand one another.

Thank you Toronto Black film festival for having us, see you next year!

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