Arts, Music, Dance

BECAUSE PEOPLE CHANGE: a photo gallery exhibit with breaking the cycle

Please come out this weekend to celebrate BECAUSE PEOPLE CHANGE a photo gallery exhibit! Join us at the Black Cat Gallery 2186 Dundas Street West.   
Opening night is Friday, July 24th at 7:00pm and the Gallery will be on display all weekend Noon to 6 pm daily.Please share and join the conversations already happening 
People Change Promo
-The Creative Team

Ring of Fire Art Project & Procession

Sun, 08/09/2015 - 10:00

You are invited to join Ring of Fire at the Parapan American Games!

Today at Mas Camp! Special Artist Talk with Duke Redbird

Thu, 07/16/2015 - 13:00

Special talk: Duke Redbird and the Seven Grandfather teachings
Join us tomorrow, Thursday, July 16th at 1PM for a special talk with Duke Redbird, an Ojibwe spoken word poet, writer, organizer, activist, journalist, actor, and elder.
Duke will be talking about the Annishinabee Seven Grandfather Teachings: Wisdom, Courage, Respect, Honesty, Humility, Truth, and Love.
These teachings are the basis and inspiration for the Ring of Fire Procession, and SKETCH’s summer programming. This event is free and open

Essence Program (Supporting our Youth)


Come out to a workshop series at Supporting Our Youth’s “Essence” Drop-in–a queer-positive, spiritually oriented drop-in group for queer, trans, and questioning youth under 29 at Sherbourne Health Centre (333 Sherbourne St. 2nd floor Room 2007. Wheelchair accessible) FREE!

F-YOU PRESENTS: A Converstion on SEX & HIPHOP | July 23rd | 7pm

Thu, 07/23/2015 - 19:00

Hey all --

Our biggest event of the year is always the annual SEX&HIPHOP conversation.
Hiphop artists speak candidly about their experiences, regrets, lessons and more around the relationship between sex/hiphop. Just real conversation.

Jellytoofly on sexuality
Promise about sex and commitment
Rich Kidd on the leaking of a sex tape

Due to the nature of the conversation, we encourage 14 years old and up with guardian approval.

Free RSVP:

Free Fashion Entrepreneurship Program for Youth Girls

Free Fashion Entrepreneurship Program for Youth Girls

The ReShaped & ReImagined: Upcycling Vintage Clothing project is a 10-week fashion entrepreneurship program for newcomer racialized girls age 12-19 to express their creativity and skills.

Participants will engage in intensive group work and practical skills based trainings. Workshop topics include:

  • Fashion Arts
  • Graphic Design
  • Photography
  • Creative Writing

Starting from August 8, 2015: 
Every Saturday 10:00 am - 3:30pm & 1:00 - 3:30pm in the fall


We have been working hand-in-hand with six talented Toronto-based photographers and Community Story Strategies to empower at-risk youth experiencing homelessness through storytelling and photography.  The beautiful photos and stories that have been captured by our six youth participants will be on display in three rotating galleries across Toronto. The sales from each photo go directly back to the youth photographer.


Announcing our third annual Intensive in Creation and Performance for Panamerican Youth! This program brings together youth from across the Americas to learn, reflect, create and perform in theatre and dance. July 6- 18. What does it mean to be "Panamerican?" Who are we and how are we on this land? How does our indentity relate us to ourselves and others? We explore these and other questions through the process of artistic creation with incredible artist trainers such as Lilia Leon, Mateo Galindo Torres,Michelle Polak and Fiya Bruxa!


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