In celebration of Pride Month, TIFF presents a series of films that resist a “coming out” narrative and instead focus on the process of “coming into” queer identity, community, and family.
Join us for our lunch and learn style anti-oppression and anti-racism workshops. This Week's Episode :Anti-Asian Racism and Oppression Workshop Hosted by Alliance for South Asian Aids Prevention (ASAAP)
Jenn, She/her is a Jewish Queer Toronto woman of Moroccan decent. She started Quench Bar after 10 years of being in the hospitality industry. Quench Bar is a full service portable bar that also offers cocktail kit distribution and virtual mixology lessons. Follow along to create this drink and snack pairing!
From Angels in America and Transparent to Bent and Yentl, explore the intersection of Jewish identities and queer identities in film and television. Are these identities separate or influence each other? Do they stand in juxtaposition or complement each other? What does it mean for these characters to be Jewish AND Queer? Enjoy video clips excerpts and analyse these questions using biblical, contemporary and academic texts.
Join the fun as we share our pride and create rainbow themed edible chocolate paintings using cocoa butter colours to paint on a chocolate canvas! Follow along virtually with Kelly of Hot Shot Chocolate or let your creativity fly! Enjoy fun storytelling throughout and leave with a fully edible chocolate painting! Suitable for ages 10+ and any experience levels.
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