Artist Opportunities at the Toronto Fringe Festival

TRANSCRIPT: Artist Opportunities at the Toronto Fringe Festival The Toronto Fringe is now accepting site-specific performance applications for our annual theatre festival taking place in July. The Fringe’s site-specific performances take place in non-traditional venues across the City of Toronto. This platform is for artists intending to create a show outside of a typical black box […]

Want to showcase your work at The Toronto Fringe Festival next summer?

TRANSCRIPT: Want to showcase your work at The Toronto Fringe Festival next summer? The Toronto Fringe is Ontario’s largest theatre festival, showcasing over 150 shows each July in over 30 venues in the downtown core. It’s for anyone and everyone. Festival participants are selected by lottery at our Lottery Party in the late fall. Lottery […]

Willow’s Story Book Launch

TRANSCRIPT: What: Book Launch for Rogue Benjamin’s novel, Willow’s Story Where: Glad Day Book Shop When: Wednesday November 28th 2018 Time: 7:00pm – 8:30pm Book can be purchased online at http://www.lulu.com/shop/rogue-benjamin/willows-story/paperback/product-23820749.htmlFacebook Event Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/2031560606864276/ Official Website: www.WillowsStory.com ASL Interpretation will be provided. Congratulations Rogue!

Deaf Interpreted Performance of Obaaberima in ASL!

TRANSCRIPT: Obaaberima – Deaf Interpreted Show in ASL at Buddies in Bad Times, December 1st 2018 “Theatrical magic on stage” — Positive Lite About the show: Imprisoned in Canada for committing a violent crime, a young man from Ghana tells his cellmates a story on the eve of his release. Although there is great risk […]

WON LEE FELLOWSHIP

WON LEE FELLOWSHIP $1,000.00 cash award Deadline for Nominations: December 7, 2018   The Won Lee Fellowship is a $1,000 cash award designed to support a hard-working artist who identifies as Deaf, Mad or Disabled. You can nominate yourself or someone else for this award.   Nominations should describe the nominated individual’s artistic practice, how […]

#NotMyPremier

We invite you to join us October 30 at the Sally Horsfall Eaton Centre room 560, Ryerson University, 99 Gerrard St. East for an introductory workshop on media activism. This event is free, wheelchair accessible, and will have ASL interpreters. For additional information about the event, please visit our facebook page [http://www.facebook.com/studioformediaactivism] or contact us […]

Toronto Queer Film Festival

TRANSCRIPT: Toronto Queer Film Festival Queer and Trans sexualities and genders existed in the Americas long before Europeans arrived and fucked everything up. 2 Spirit/Indigiqueer people have been persecuted ever since, not only by colonizers, but also by their/our own colonized communities. Upending mere reconciliation into decolonization in the Queer community means re-centering 2 Spirit/Indigiqueer […]

DEAF SLAM POETRY

  Experience the visual-tactile beauty of American Sign Language (ASL) through Signed Poetry. Create new written works and witness them being transformed into life through the dance of our hands. Saturday, October 6th, 2018 | 1pm to 4pm Cedarbrae Library 545 Markham Rd, Scarborough, ON M1H 2A1 FREE to attend – ASL Interpretation Provided – […]

Gertrude & Alice

  Gertrude & Alice – Deaf Interpreted Show in ASL at Buddies In Bad Times Theatre on Wednesday October 3rd 2018, at 8PM. About the show: A new production from acclaimed feminist theatre collective Independent Aunties exploring the lives, love, and legacy of queer icons Gertrude Stein and Alice B Toklas. Visiting the audience in […]

XYZines October & November 2018 Events

  XYZines is a zines, artist book, and digital residency at the Cedarbrae Library, for youth (13 – 29) who identify or ally with LGBTQ+, Deaf, Mad, disabled, and BIPOC communities, in partnership with Facing History and Ourselves, Toronto Art Book Fair, Koffler.Digital, and Paperhouse Outreach Collective. Featured October and November FREE workshops have guaranteed […]