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Walls For All: An Online Panel Talk & Brainstorming Session

A Panel and Brainstorming Jam for women & gender diverse street artists
Tuesday, December 13, 2022 | 2pm-4pm
Online using Zoom
FREE | Register via EventBrite
Featuring Panelists Fiya Bruxa, Claire Browne, Jacquie Comrie, and Danielle Hyde

Although more women and gender diverse muralists have become established and well-known artists over the years, mural art has traditionally been -and continues to be- a (mostly white) male dominated field full of barriers and challenges for gender diverse artists. How can we create more space for women and gender diverse creators to participate in street art culture? How can we help these artists tackle many of the barriers they face? Join Mural Routes and East End Arts for an afternoon of learning and brainstorming with some of the best artists in the street art world to jam on how to make our streets for everyone, and our Walls for All!”

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-from East End Arts

Anti-Oppression Book Club (East End Arts, online)

EEA’s Anti-Oppression Book Club, Season Two!
Led by Lalaa Comrie of This Black Girl Reads
September 2022 – May 2023

Online using Zoom, max 40 ppl/session
Free | Register below
Accessibility: Please Contact Us If You Have Any Needs or Concerns Regarding Access!

About the Anti-Oppression Book Club

The Anti-O Book Club endeavours to be a space where people can share ideas, ask important questions, and share their love of literature and social justice in an inclusive and respectful environment. Led by the talented Lalaa Comrie of This Black Girl Reads, we are ecstatic to bring back our bi-monthly Book Club for a second season to help us expand our practice and understanding of anti-oppression. We hope you’ll join us! Scroll down to learn about the 2022-2023 lineup of books and how to register as a participant.”

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-from East End Arts

Community Arts Canopy Town Hall – Community Arts & Digital Practice During COVID

“Last summer and through the fall and winter we worked with Nordicity and the Toronto Arts Foundation to investigate the dynamic shift to digital and virtual spaces for Community Arts (CA) organizations, practitioners, and Local Arts Service Organizations (LASOs) in Toronto.

This project aimed to assess the effectiveness of strategies and practices that we’ve all been using in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the challenges/barriers that we have encountered in moving to virtual models.

The report tools and supports that could help strengthen the abilities of Community Arts organizations and practitioners to serve their communities virtually, even as we’ve returned to in-person programming.

Who is this session for?

  • Community Arts Organizations, Service Organizations and Workers
  • Community Arts Practitioners and Facilitators

What can I expect?

At the Townhall we’ll hear about this report, hear from the City of Toronto about the status of their Community Development Review and later have a chance to brainstorm and share best practices in supportive and safe breakout rooms. You can view this report here

For more information, please visit:

-from Community Arts Canopy

Piece by Piece: Online Mosaic Workshops for Seniors (Mural Routes)

“Mural Routes is thrilled to announce that we will be hosting three series of online mosaic making workshops for seniors who reside in Scarborough and North York, in 2022. Mosaic artist Cristina Delago will lead a total of 10 workshops per series in which participants will work on a small mosaic keepsake for themselves, as well as one larger piece to contribute to a community mosaic project that will be assembled at the end of the series.

Workshops will be held on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays with their respective times on the following dates:

Series 1: Scarborough Residents
October 21, 2022 – November 11, 2022
9:30am – 12:00pm

Series 2: Scarborough Residents
October 21, 2022 – November 11, 2022
1:30pm – 4:00pm

Series 3: North York Residents
November 14, 2022 – December 5, 2022
1:30pm – 4:00pm

Mural Routes will supply and safely deliver all the materials needed to participate in the program. We will also be able to provide some participants with the tech equipment necessary to join the online workshops.

Online through Zoom. A link to join the sessions will be shared with participants. 

INSTRUCTOR: Cristina Delago

COST: Free”

For more information, please visit:

-from Mural Routes

Re-Imagining Autistic Futures (Oct 13, online)

“Members of the Re•Storying Autism Collective visit the Tangled Art virtual library to share their artwork and zines.

Re-Imagining Autistic Futures: An Evening with Zine Makers from the Re•Storying Autism Collective

Join us October 13th from 6-7 pm EST online in the Tangled Art virtual library for an evening with zine makers from the Re•Storying Autism Collective. The evening will feature conversation with curator Kat Singer and Autistic zine makers Em Farquhar-Berrie, Venus Underhill, Emily Gillespie and Mandy Klein. Makers will share artwork from their zines and talk about their experiences making them under COVID-19 when we dreamed that the world could change. Attendees of the event will also experience a live tour of the zine exhibit and will be invited to take part in a collective online zine-making activity re-imagining Autistic futures.

Accessibility: ASL and CART will be provided. If we can support you with any other access needs, please email info[at]”

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-from Tangled Art + Disability

A World-building Performance with Multidimensional Beings (Oct 1, online)

“Join us on Zoom for an evening of readings and performances in support of Dr. Syrus Marcus Ware’s solo exhibition Random Access Memory: A Portal to Multidimensions. These beings have travelled through the portal from their far off dimensions to ours with an important message for us. Readings and performances by Jacquelyn Valencia, Tracey Tigwell, Sandy Hudson, Aeshna Ware Huff, and Vanessa Reid, beings from the multiple dimensions surrounding ours.

This event will offer ASL Interpretation by Phoenix the Fire and CART.

Random Access Memory: A Portal to Multidimensions is on at Tangled Art + Disability from now until November 11. In-person and virtual tours are available.

Image description: A banner that reads “A World-building Performance with Multidimensional Beings. October 1, 7-8 PM EST. Register for the Zoom link. ASL + CART provided.” The text is black on a green background. At the top of the banner are portraits of the multidimensional beings, by Dr. Syrus Marcus Ware. The beings are dressed in futuristic styles, and have open, inviting and strong poses. They look at the camera invitingly, excited to share their stories with us.”

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-from Tangled Art + Disability

Workshop – Women Of Courage: All Of Our Stories (CultureLink, online)

“A storytelling workshop series for racialized immigrant Women from CultureLink’s Anti-Racism Action Program.

Racialized immigrant women age 40 and over engage in personal narrative, storytelling and/or drama. We welcome women from Afghanistan, African countries, Caribbean countries, China, Philippines, South Asian countries, Syria, and Tibet. The participants may have conventional refugee, permanent resident, landed immigrant or Canadian Citizen status.

The 8-week online workshop series will be delivered every Tue and Thu, between 6-8 pm.

In order to tell their stories, participants will cultivate digital literacy and social media skills, including tools such as Canva and Instagram.

The Project will culminate participants’ narratives with the launch of a Project Book online and story exhibitions at Toronto museums.”

For more information, please visit:

-from CultureLink

Regent Park Film Festival’s 20th Anniversary Special Project: Regent Park Made Visible (Sep 19-24, online)

“We’re so excited to finally share a very special project celebrating our 20th Anniversary, Regent Park Made Visible (RPMV)! As part of this project, 5 filmmakers spent a large part of the year creating short films in celebration of our community! They pulled inspiration from visual source materials such as archival footage and news clips, along with personal anecdotes from living in Regent Park. The talented filmmakers have brought their expertise in various forms of filmmaking to create this exclusive series that will be available to stream ONLINE for free, along with a panel with the filmmakers.

Watch all RPMV content at any time from September 19th-24th 2022. Until then, click on the film titles below to find out more and watch a sneak peak!”

For more information, please visit:

-from Regent Park Film Festival

 ReelAbilities Film Festival Toronto’s September Professional Development Series (Sep 14-16, online)

“The ReelAbilities Film Festival Toronto’s September Professional Development Series is a free, virtual series that features professional development and networking events for filmmakers and performers with disabilities.

WHEN: September 14-16, 2022

WHERE: Online (Zoom) 

ACCESSIBILITY FEATURES: All events are free to attend for registrants, and will feature ASL Interpretation and Live Captioning.

Grant Writing Basics For Beginners
Thursday, September 15, 2022
3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST

Meet the Funders Panel
Thursday, September 15, 2022
6:00 PM – 7:00 PM EST

Breaking Character: Disabled Actors in the Industry
Friday, September 16, 2022
3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST

Courting Creatives: Matchmaking Event
Friday, September 16, 2022
6:00 PM – 7:00 PM EST”

For more information, please visit:

-from ReelAbilities Film Festival

Virtual Screening: Visualizing Justice (BEING Studio, Sep 6)

“Explore disability justice from the perspective of BEING artists and their artwork!

Join us for the virtual premiere of Visualizing Justice, a series of five videos that explore what disability justice means through the point of view of artists with disabilities and their artwork. The screening will be hosted by fin-xuan shine, who produced and edited the series, and will be followed by a conversation between Bing Cherry and Jet Coghlan, two of the artists featured in the videos.

Disability justice was coined in 2015 by a group of Black, brown, queer, and trans disabled activists from the Disability Justice Collective, including Patty Berne, Mia Mingus, Leroy Moore, Eli Clare, and Sebastian Margaret.

Visualizing Justice is a collaboration between BEING artists and activists/artists in the disability arts community. Combining captioning, art, and interviews, this video series dives into five key elements of disability justice in a way that is accessible to a variety of audiences, including those with intellectual and cognitive disabilities.

The film series includes conversations from Pree Rehal, Henry Hong, Jet Coghlan, Bing Cherry, Carmen Papalia, Debbie Ratcliffe, Rebel Black and Charisse Rayne. Music by Bucko and video editing by fin-xuan shine.”

For more information, please visit:

-from BEING Studio