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    International Modest Fashion and Design Festival (IMFDF)

    IMFDF was the first modest fashion festival of its kind and many international groups have modeled their events after what IMFDF does right here in Toronto. Part of the success of the festival is its location. Daniels Spectrum is a cultural hub, located in Toronto’s Regent Park in close proximity to the retail heart of Toronto.

    Programming at the festival begins at 12 Noon with the opening of the fashion marketplace where vendors will be selling the latest modest-clothing styles, many are Canadian. Popular modest fashion brands from the US, South Africa and Europe will also be showing in the marketplace. A full day of programming including runway shows and a VIP after-party will be announced over the coming weeks on the IMFDF website at: www.imfdf.ca

    The bazaar is free. General Admission tickets and VIP access tickets are on sale now at: https://www.picatic.com/imfdf2017

    You’re Not Here – An Exciting New Exhibition of Feminist Art Comes to Daniels Spectrum

    For the month of March, Daniels Spectrum partners with the Feminist Art Conference (FAC) to present You’re Not Here, a celebration of feminist art in honor of International Women’s Day.

    Through their works, participating artists capture their own struggle to find a home in new contexts. They strive to ignite the memory of missing, murdered, and neglected women, including trans women, transfeminine person, and gender nonconforming individuals. In doing so, the artists construct their own narratives and identities, reinserting women’s stories back into art history and contemporary consciousness.

    Over twenty-five local artists will present a range of media, including painting, photography, video and performance.You’re Not Here runs from March 3rd to March 31st , kicking off with a launch party on Tuesday, March 3rd from 7 pm to 10 pm.. The launch is Pay What You Can with all proceeds going to support the FAC 2015 conference and exhibition to be held at OCADU September 24th to 27th.

    Participating artists:

    Agnieszka Foltyn

    Anne O’Callaghan

    Carol Mark

    Carrie Perrault

    Dorota Dziong

    Fiya Bruxa

    Giselle Noelle Morgan

    Helene Vosters

    Ilene Sova

    Jennifer Hollett

    Kathleen Reichelt

    Kaythi Rossmann

    Lara Pocock

    Lido Pimienta

    Madeleine Black

    Maureen Da Silva

    Onyeka Igwe

    Rakhi Mutta

    Raushan Bhuiyan

    Rosamund King

    Shahrzad Arshadi

    Shelby Lisk

    Soraya Torres

    Wensi Li

     

     


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