Mon, Oct 2, 2023 at 6:30pm

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This evening will feature the work of four artists:

Andrew Jackson is a Juno Award winning trombonist and composer based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. His versatility and unique sound have made him one of the Maritimes first-call players. He is an artist constantly exploring new sounds and not afraid to blend genres. 

Jacques Mindreau makes music for the soul and the human spirit. His solo project, Electro Jacques Therapy, uses violin and lyrical voice to combine fresh and sometimes haunting orchestral sounds into vocal and string loops. His passion in music is seen in not just his works but his performances. He currently resides in the North End of Halifax, NS / K’jipuktuk.

From North End Dartmouth, Guyleigh Johnson is a published author, spoken word artist, community advocate and arts facilitator with a passion for youth engagement, writing, and speaking about topics surrounding healing, leadership, and implementing changes in her community. 

Established Mi’kmaq artist, Alan Syliboy’s work is influenced by the indigenous Mi’kmaq rock drawing and quill weaving traditions. Working in acrylic and mixed media, his art explores themes of family, searching, spirituality, struggle, and strength. His 2010 Film, Little Thunder, an animated collaboration between Syliboy, Director Nance Ackerman, and Animator Paton Francis has been screened at numerous Film Festivals, and received the Best Animation Film Award at the First Peoples Festival in Montreal.



There are two entrances/exits into the Halifax Citadel. The front entrance/exit is located on the Southeast portion of the Citadel facing the Old Town Clock and Brunswick Street. The back entrance/exit is located on the west side of the Citadel facing Ahern Avenue and Bell Road.

General parking is accessible from the back entrance/exit and located in the ditch or lower level of the Halifax Citadel. Accessible parking is located at the front entrance/exit near the front entrance kiosk.

The Citadel Hill Casemates are not wheelchair accessible. The terrain leading to the casemates is made of loose gravel.

Washrooms are located in a separate building close by. 

Prismatic prioritizes making spaces more welcoming and accessible for all. If you have any specific access needs or concerns, please reach out to us at or call or text us at (902) 425-6812.

Learn more about the venue here or read more about accessibility at Prismatic 2022 here.

Citadel Hill National Historic Site

5425 Sackville St
Halifax, NS