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Let’s Talk Art Workshop Series (Neighbourhood Arts Network)

We Are Of Earth & Sky
Workshop date: Thursday July 18, 2019
Time: 6 – 9 PM
Address: Toronto Centre for Learning & Development, 540 Dundas Street East
Facilitators: Mahlikah Awe:ri & Karen Villanueva

Content of workshop: This will be an activity driven three hour workshop which utilizes an anti-oppression framework through an indigenous lens to engage those who work, create and live on indigenous homelands. Knowledge seed conversations around: Colonization on Turtle Island, What does it mean to be Treaty People?, How to become an intentional accomplice as oppose to an ally?, Understanding Privilege and Positionality. Participants will come away with a basic understanding of indigenous ways of reconnecting to our humanity, and developing relationship building in a mindful, authentic way, enabling us to move forward as stewards of these homelands in solidarity with Indigenous People and the Land. Food will be provided.

The Art of Cape Dorset: Tour and Talk at the West Baffin Eskimo Cooperative in Toronto
Date: Thursday July 25, 2019
Time: 6 – 9 PM 
Address: Dorset Fine Arts- 100 Broadview Ave Suite 201Wheelchair Accessible: YesPresenter:William Huffman; Marketing Manager of Dorset Fine Arts
Content of workshop: A guided talk and tour of the Dorset Fine Arts space, which is the Toronto office of the West Baffin Eskimo Cooperative, with William Huffman, Marketing Manager. An informed and engaging speaker, William will share his knowledge and experience working with Inuit artists, travelling to the North and about the many programs and initiatives the organization undertakes.

We encourage participants to attend both events since they are complimentary to each other.

Spots are limited, register and find out more information here! https://neighbourhoodartsnetwork.org/programs/letstalkart​”

-from Neighbourhood Arts Network
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July Workshop with Mixed Company Theatre: Forum Theatre Performance and Creation Workshop!

Mixed Company Theatre is excited to announce our July workshop for artists, educators, and community leaders!

Forum Theatre Performance and Creation Workshop (2 Days, July 19th & 20th 2019, 10AM-5PM)

What is Forum Theatre?

This intensive all-levels workshop led by award-winning artist Simon Malbogat is a hands-on introduction to Forum Theatre, a style of theatre rooted in anti-oppression principles. This workshop explores how theatre facilitates community engagement, addresses social justice issues, sparks community dialogue and bring about grassroots advocacy.

Artists will explore how forum theatre techniques of community participation, intervention and improvisation can help build tool kits for character development, devised creation and audience engagement.

Community Organizers, Social Workers & Educators will learn they can use Forum Theatre in their everyday practice to initiate vital conversations, engage in critical inquiry, and create social change in their communities.

Questions? Contact: communications[at]mixedcompanytheatre.com

For more information, please visit: http://www.mixedcompanytheatre.com/artists/training/

20% Discount for CAEA Members, and 50% Discount for Students and Arts Workers who identify as under-waged. Bursaries also available upon request!

-from Mixed Company Theatre
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Home Made Visible Closing Reception (Toronto)

Home Made Visible culminates in a public reception celebrating three years of preserving and engaging IBPOC archives. We have digitized over 200 home movies, and completed a nation-wide tour of 7 commissioned works reflecting on our complicated relationship to archives. For this reception, we bring together the incredible community of people that have made this project possible. Join us, as we bring this project to a close. All commissioned works will be on display, and for the first time, guests can also view the home movie collection of digitized IBPOC archives on exhibition.

RECEPTION DETAILS:
Friday July, 5th | 7:00-9:30 pm 
Toronto Media Arts Centre | Expansion Space, 2nd Floor
32 Lisgar St, Toronto, ON M6J 0C9, Canada

EXHIBITION DETAILS
July 5th – 18th | 10:00am–6:00pm | Monday – Friday
Toronto Media Arts Centre | Expansion Space, 2nd Floor
Visit the Toronto Media Arts Centre during operating hours to view the installation by Melisse Watson and six short films by commissioned filmmakers on monitors.

ACCESSIBILITY 
All films have english captions. 
At TMAC all events and offices are located on the second and third floors, accessible via an elevator just inside the entrance. Interior galleries and event spaces are barrier-free. Visit the TMAC website for additional policies on accessibility. 
ASL interpretation is available for this event by 6pm Friday, June 28th. 
Childcare will be available for the reception.”

To register, please visit Home Made Visible’s event page.

-from Home Made Visible

Making a Living Making Art – Project Development Consultations

Making A Living Making Art is a free professional development workshop series for creative entrepreneurs. The series provides opportunities for artists to gain valuable information, skills and insights on creating and sustaining a creative practice.

Join us on Saturday June 15 for a 30 minute 1-on-1 session with 1 of 3 experienced project development consultants. Make sure to sign up ahead of time to guarantee your 1-on-1 session, as spots are limited and given on a first come, first serve basis.

Please bring a project you’ve already begun working on to maximize your time with the consultant. The more specific the project, the better! Refreshments will be provided while you wait.”

For more information and to register, please visit Making A Living Making Art’s event page.

Spotlight Prologue: Live Arts for Children and Youth

“Join us in celebrating the power of the performing arts in schools at Prologue to the Performing Arts’ Annual Showcase, Spotlight Prologue: Live Arts for Children and Youth.

Each year Prologue celebrates the vital role the performing arts play in inspiring, empowering and sparking the imaginations of children and youth through an accessible showcase open to young people, families, educators and friends. Join us on Wednesday, June 5, 2019  at Young People’s Theatre as we present Prologue artists:

Ballet Creole
Kuné: Canada’s Global Orchestra
Mahlikah Awe:ri
UNITY Charity
Hosted by Prologue spoken word artist Britta B!

Get your tickets here!

All attendees will have the chance to win a Prologue performance through a special draw!  Pre-registration is required – this event is a Pay What You Can admission.”

For more information, please visit prologue.org/showcase

-from Prologue
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ArtMEETS Workshops (East End Arts, Toronto)

East End Arts is thrilled to announce that ArtMEETS is coming back for a third year, and we are excited to share a few program updates with you.

ArtMEETS is a series of arts workshops and experiences, which invite community members to make, explore, experience, transform, and share. Led by talented, engaging, and supportive artist facilitators, each ArtMEETS workshop is an opportunity to learn a new art skill, meet new people, and let your creative side shine! Now in its third year, ArtMEETS has featured 16 workshops experienced by over 200 participants. ArtMEETS workshops have always been in high demand, and in an effort to ensure that the workshops are accessible to community members and sustainable for the future, we are making a few changes to the program, as well as offering a sneak peak into this year’s ArtMEETS lineup!

Workshops take place every Saturday, from July 6 – August 24, 2019
1:00-4:00pm

East End Arts, St. Matthew’s Clubhouse
$10/workshop (Free spots available via Energy Exchange!)”

For more information, please visit East End Arts

-from East End Arts
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RBC Arts Access Fund (Neighbourhood Arts Network)

“The RBC Arts Access Award is designed to support newcomer artists across Toronto. The awards range from $500 to $1500 to support costs associated with arts projects, such as artist fees, art supplies, equipment rental, space rental and food costs for a workshop or event.  Additionally, awards may also support professional development, training and mentorship requests for newcomer artists looking to improve their skills regarding working in and with community.

Deadline: June 24, 2019 at 11:59 p.m. (EST)

Eligibility Criteria
Applicants must be:
– Newcomer who has been in Canada no more than 7 years
– Canadian Citizen, or Permanent Resident (Landed Immigrant), or have an application pending for Permanent Resident status, or be a Protected Person (approved refugee claimant)
– Over 18 years old
– Live in the City of Toronto or GTA (Halton, Peel, York and Durham municipalities
– A member of Neighbourhood Arts Network, if you are not a member, sign up here

*Artists can receive only one RBC Arts Access Fund per year.”

For more information, please visit Neighbourhood Arts Network’s website.

-from Neighbourhood Arts Network
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Introduction to Mural Art: North Etobicoke 2019

“Introduction to Mural Art is a free visual art learning program for all ages (14+) and abilities. Participants learn basic art, design, and mural-making skills from professional artists, gaining the skills and confidence to brainstorm design input and participate in the Community Collaborations mural along Finch Ave W., as part of The North Etobicoke Mural Jam upcoming this July 2019.

Introduction to Mural Art is comprised of six workshops, each three hours in length. Workshop topics include: mural styles, collaboration, drawing and painting techniques, colour theory, design challenges, mural techniques, enlarging techniques and large-scale collaborative final design projects. Each program aims to connect with a local mural project in the community where the program is being presented.”

For more information and to register, please visit: https://muralroutes.ca/ima-ar2019/

-from Mural Routes
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Call for Artists: StArt Youth Presenting Art Festival 2019 (Toronto)

“Showcase your talents and have your creative work featured for friends and family to see at StArt Youth Presenting Art’s FREE art festival in Scarborough!

StArt YPA is looking for artists 16 and up to participate in their 9th annual festival on August 17th at Scarborough Village Recreation & Theatre. Send us a headshot, link/images of your work and a short artist statement. Full details are posted on their website: https://www.startypa.org/call-for-artists

You also must attend their open call audition/interviews on:

June 29th from 10am to 3pm
Christ Church, 155 Markham Rd in Scarborough. First Come, First Seen.

Submission deadline: June 22nd, 2019

Apply Here:​ ​http://bit.ly/StArtYPA_CallForArtists”

-submitted by StArt YPA
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