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February 28 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Thinking Spaces. The improvisation reading group and speaker series. Lunar rotations: Eternal Eleutheria. Zahra Habib. Wednesday February 28, 2 p.m. ET @ImprovLab 108 MacKinnon. Photo of Zahra sharing at the camera straight-faced, wearing an off-shoulder jumpsuit with her hands on her hips.

Please join us on Wednesday, February 28 at 2:00 p.m. (ET) for Thinking Spaces: “Eternal Eleutheria” with Zahra Habib.

This presentation will take place in person at ImprovLab, MCKN 108 at the University of Guelph, as well as online via Zoom (please email for the Zoom link!).

As always, our Thinking Spaces events are free!

More about this talk:

Zahra takes you on the cosmic experience that is Lunar Rotations, blending musical selections with narrative overtones that connect the sounds with the theme of arriving at an eternally internal freedom: Eleutheria.

More about the speaker:

Any creation from Zahra Habib is an experience. Zahra is an award-winning DJ, producer, radio host, and multi-faceted creator. Her Lunar Rotations radio show and live experience is a performance of cathartic, creative force, and has rocked dance floors in London, Toronto, and New York. She has produced countless radio and podcast programs, and is known for her ability to inspire deep understanding and transformative ideas in her interviews, viewable on LunarRotations.TV. An advocate an expressive, creative life for all, she is a Board Member of TD Sunfest World Music Festival, the JUNOs Hip-Hop and Rap Advisory committee, and among many other distinctions, the owner of Shakti Creative Media Garden.

Keep up with Zahra via, and Instagram: @Zahra.Shakti @Lunar.Rotations

More about the series:

The Improvisation Reading Group and Speaker Series, Thinking Spaces, considers the ways in which improvisation can provide us with new ways of thinking and acting. Throughout the year, this group organizes public talks, workshops, special events, and concerts, as well as reading sessions that may include music, performance, film, academic texts, fiction, etc., based around critical thinking on improvisation. Readings are circulated in advance, and may also include short informal presentations by current IICSI students, artists or community groups.


Guelph, Ontario Canada

Additional Info

Room Number
108 MacKinnon
Event is open to
U of G students, U of G faculty and staff, The public