Arts, Music, Dance

Hands On: Artists/Activists Discuss State & Police Violence

Date(s): 
Thu, 01/29/2015 - 19:00

“Hands On: Artists/Activists Discuss State & Police Violence”

WHEN: Thursday January 29th from 7-8:30pm (reception to follow)
WHERE: Ryerson’s Image Arts Centre (122 Bond Street) in Room 307

Dance Program Facilitator

Employer: 
Urban Arts
Pay Type: 
Position type: 
Contract - part-time
Application deadline: 
Friday, January 30, 2015
Contact name: 
Email: 

Are you an experienced dancer? Have experience facilitating dance workshops for youth?

UrbanArts is looking to hire YOU!

 

Please email your resume to ify@urbanartstoronto.org by January 30th 2015

Childcare now available at SKETCH on Tuesdays

Child's Play!

Parent relief available on Tuesdays
 
In partnership with College Montrose Children's Place, SKETCH is increasing youth access to arts engagement by offering parent relief to SKETCH participants interested in attending Tuesday programming.

Spots are available for young children ages 0 to 4. We'll engage your child with art activities on site while you participate at SKETCH! 

FYOU Presents: betrayal & bullshit. feb 12th. 401 richmond

Date(s): 
Thu, 02/12/2015 - 18:30

F-You: The Forgiveness Project presents BETRAYAL & BULLSHIT on February 12th, 2015.

BETRAYAL & BULLSHIT is one of our biggest FYOU events of the year -we speak about where forgiveness fits in with betrayal. Especially around Valentine's Day.

We will be announcing our speakers soon but BELIEVE US, you don't want to miss this..We have a well known hiphop artist who is going to be appearing WITH their other half speaking about betrayal that happened within their relationship.WHOA!

REGISTRATION OPEN FOR COMMUNITY PORTRAIT STENCILLING WORKSHOPS

REGISTRATION OPEN FOR COMMUNITY PORTRAIT STENCILLING WORKSHOPS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH TORONTO PAN AM/PARAPAN AM GAMES!

Toronto Black Film Festival

Date(s): 
Tue, 02/10/2015 - 09:00

SAVE THE DATE! TORONTO BLACK FILM FESTIVAL - FEB. 10 - 15

See attached press release for more details!

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Girls Circle Program Open to Young Women 16-24 years old!

Girls Circle Program Open to Young Women 16-24 years old!

Girls Circle is a model of structured support for young women, building self knowledge and self love, authentic relationships with peers, discussing substance use from a harm reduction perspective, and creating a space to speak from the heart about what's going on in young women's lives. We use art in every session, from journal writing, to role-playing and singing to tell our stories and creatively express ourselves.

 

Free Girls Fitness Program at Rexdale Hub - 21 Panorama Court

Starting January 19th, there will be a free fitness program for girls ages 13-18 at the Rexdale Hub.  Please see the attached flyer and registration form.  If you have any questions please let me know.

 

Thanks!

Geena Lee

Program Coordinator - Youth Multimedia & Female Focused Programs

Community MicroSkills ProTech Media Centre

21 Panorama Court, Ste. 1202, Toronto, ON M9V 3S6

Tel: 416-744-9549 Ext.2905

Arts Facilitation - Black History Month

AWAKENING/DREAMING/MYTH-CREATION
 
My name is Sharrae Lyon and I am a multidisciplinary artist, writer and facilitator who operates using Afrofuturist modes of thought and being. My work is inspired by the desire to inspire Black and communities of colour to recognize personal and collective power through the utilization of science-fiction storytelling.
 
Committed to the process of decolonization, I decided to create an on-going project called Alien Nation, where I create spaces that allow participants to let their imaginations shape their current and future

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