Event fromForte - Toronto Gay Men’s Chorus Accessibility: This event is organized by an affiliate. Please visit Forte - Toronto Gay Men's Chorus for more info Event Details Everyone has […]
and space imagery, drag, and the work of queer and trans-BIPOC designers, stylists and models. The purpose is to encourage collective imagination about how liberation for racialized queer folks makes us look and feel, providing a working point for building roadmaps to a transformative future.
Duality lives in all things, opposites bound together in a single space. Where do these opposites intersect? What is intimacy? What is love? What is hate? What is front, what is back, what is up, what is down?
This installation and exhibition explore the intersections of violence, dancehall, memory, and same-sex love. The work is an archival account of the 2009 StopMurder Music (Canada) campaign, a campaign to oppose Caribbean artists that produce music with lyrics that glorify the murder of homosexuals.
Multicoloured vibrant shapes ebb and flow, working both as individuals and as a collective, in this exploration of community and diversity. This motion artwork is not a video and will never loop, it is a software as art; code that continuously generates new colours and forms.
This piece represents that love is for all, and that we must all welcome inclusion. Spreading love is to manifest our creativity to empower our communities, all the racialized, colonized and marginalized people around the world. All together we send a message that love is the law.
A setting of trees in various stages of growth is framed against the facades of the inner city. Featuring author Jim Nason’s poetry and collage works, this sustainably designed installation encourages inquiry regarding our lives and times.
Accessibility: Please visit stackt market for more info Event DetailsArt by Jay-Marie Phillips (she/her) & Rana Mehanny (they/them) This art installation runs from June 1 to June 30 This portrait series uses […]
Celebrate Pride Month at TIFF and join fellow film lovers and emerging creators for an interactive workshop featuring Framing Agnes (2022) Director and Co-Writer Chase Joynt. This workshop will explore the art of interviewing, with a focus on engaging subjects, creating safe spaces on set, and helping subjects feel comfortable on camera.
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