Donation from Unapologetic Bursleque

The Deaf Spectrum Team would like to thank Unapologetic Bursleque for their generation donation of $590.00 We have used these funds to produce: New Logo ($250)  Business Cards ($40) Logo T-Shirts ($300) We appreciate your contribution to our team and we are looking forward to continuing our partnership. With this contribution, we are able to […]

October Grant Opportunities

* GRANT OPPORTUNITY: Deaf and Disability Arts: Materials for Visual Artists (Ontario Arts Council) Ontario Arts Council‘s Deaf and Disability Arts: Materials for Visual Artists program supports Ontario-based professional Deaf artists and artists with disabilities working in visual art or craft practices to purchase materials (maximum $500). This program funds materials and supplies including: beads, brushes, […]

XYZ Zines ASL Interpreted September Events

  September XYZines events   In partnership with Facing History and Ourselves, Toronto Art Book Fair and Koffler Digital, Paperhouse Outreach Collective will facilitate a 4 month zine, artist book, and digital residency at the Cedarbrae Library, beginning August 2018 to December 2018.   In September XYZzines will be hosting a series of panel discussions […]

Flourishing: Somehow We Stay Attuned

FLOURISHING: SOMEHOW WE STAY ATTUNED Featuring Peter Owusu-Ansah, Sarah Ferguson, and Salima Punjani Exhibition Dates: September 7 – October 19, 2018 Opening Reception: September 7, 6:00-8:00 pm Community Session with Peter Owusu-Ansah: September 15, 12 PM-2:00 pm Artist Talk with Ferguson, Owusu-Ansah and Punjani: September 22, 2:00–4:00 pm Location: Tangled Art Gallery S-122, 401 Richmond […]

Take Back The Night

Poster Description Dark blue starry background. The street is lined with apartments on both sides. The street is filled with people marching. There is a banner in the crowd that reads “Housing Justice for All”. Behind the people an orange fist rises out of the background. Toronto Rape Crisis Centre/Multicultural Women Against Rape 38th Annual […]

Access Visual Art

AVA is a unique online information resource dedicated to providing a guide to barrier-free art spaces in Ontario. AVA’s aim is to let more people know about the physical accessibility features of cultural spaces they may want to visit and to raise awareness among venues, with the goal of ultimately improving access for all. SEE […]

THE 40th RHUBARB FESTIVAL

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS THE 40th RHUBARB FESTIVALWEIRD WILD WONDERFUL February 13-24, 2019 Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, Toronto Festival Director: Mel Hague This year, the Rhubarb Festival turns 40 in an ecstatic celebration of the strange and new in performance. Over two weeks of programming over 100 artists will converge on Buddies to create, inspire, […]

Circus Sessions

Here is a link to the call to artists: www.femmesdufeu.com Short blurb:    Circus Sessions is a weeklong contemporary circus creative laboratory and think-tank that will offer artists the opportunity to work with a mentor at The Toronto Centre for the Arts. This initiative is open to the diverse forms of practice that intersect with circus […]

SUMMERWORKS PERFORMANCE FESTIVAL 2018

SummerWorks Performance Festival, August 9 -19, 2018 The SummerWorks Performance Festival is a curated Festival that presents 11 days of theatre, dance, music, and live art August 9-19. Several events at this year’s Festival will offer ASL Interpretation. This includes performances, professional development workshops, industry events, and the Opening and Closing ceremonies. For a full […]

Gender Infinity Conference 2018

[Image description: Title card is Gender Infinity logo with words “Annual Conference.” It is overimposed on a purple-ish starry background. The narrator is a white masculine person with short brown hair and is wearing glasses and a black button up shirt. They are signing following words: “Now in its 8th year, the Gender Infinity Conference […]