Iranian themed hands-on crafts and activities
Shahrzad Koraim obtained her B.A. from University Of Tehran and graduated from Sheridan College with honours degree. She is now a freelance illustrator, graphic Designer and visual art instructor and she also participates in solo and group exhibitions. She has been the Kids Zone coordinator of Iranian Heritage Day at ROM since 2011
Boostan Multicultural Collective is presenting traditional Persian dances and songs, along with teaching patrons the age-old game, Amou-Zanjir Baf.
Golnesa Amani holds a Masters in French Linguistics from University of Toronto. She has trained and performed as a dancer for nearly 10 years, and is both trained and self taught in numerous styles of Persian dance. She currently works for the City of Markham and the York Catholic District School Board as a performing arts and language teacher. Mahshid Amani has invested over 20 years to establishing Persian language and culture classes in school boards across the GTA, including Etobicoke, Scarborough, Toronto and York Region. For the past two years Mahshid has worked closely with the Parya Trillium Foundation to establish enriched youth and adult programming