Events & Exhibitions
See more details of our artists and the Works they are associated with.
Navigate below for project summaries or to the event sites on the left.
A night of talk and play with game workers, players and artists confronting capitalism, white supremacy, and misogyny in real
and virtual worlds.
Immaterial Conditions illuminates the crossroads where care and
the economy meet. Presenting film, photography and sculpture by women and gender-queer artists, the events in this series consider
what it means to care.
Ban’ yuh belly
Ban’ yuh belly focuses on the grief, anger, and mental health
of loved ones who are mourning children they have lost due
to violence—systemic or otherwise.
Power in Resistance
This exhibition exposes voices of resistance and resilience that flourish throughout the Americas as a response to centuries of racism, poverty, and widespread economic and social exclusion of Indigenous peoples
in the region.
Remembering the Winnipeg General
A play that is a political vaudeville that tells the story of the momentous, yet oft forgotten Winnipeg General Strike.
for most of human history salt has had the economic significance that
oil has today. Wars were waged, revolutions were ignited and empires collapsed because of salt.
Dark Beings is a new album by the electronic duo LAL.
Ziibiwan is an electronic musician/producer with a no-holds-barred approach to production.
Together their beautiful and tension-filled soundscapes follow dense, calm, trap-inspired epics.
A roving performance between Toronto artist, En Lai Mah and injured grocery store workers, considers the toll of wage theft on the body.
Beat work is a percussion workshop for migrant farmworkers. Facilitated by musician Ruben 'Beny' Esguerra, the workshop reflects on Indigenous migrations from south to north.