Part of Modern Times Stage Company's Postmarginal project, this three day symposium explores how cultural diversity can become completely integrated into theatre creation. What creative opportunities would be possible if theatre artists took advantage of the diverse cultural forms and processes that are available in Canada’s theatrical communities to explore new theatrical forms? Opening reception and keynote address by Donna-Michelle St. Bernard on Sunday April 9 (Ada Slaight Hall), followed by two days of panels include: Directing Across Difference, Beyond…Find out more »
This is an introductory workshop that engages a wide range of learners in understanding power dynamics, oppression and liberation in a Canadian and global contexFind out more »
416RI5E is our 5th year annual celebration, where we celebrate all the wonderful work that our youth and community have done, and to share with you what we have in-store for the next 5 years!Find out more »
NEXIM INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION (www.nindo.ca) presents The Suubi Fusion Troupe (www.suubimusic.com) from the Cambridge Secondary School in Uganda in an inspiring educational entertainment dance, drama and music event in aid of construction of the proposed new girls dormitory at the Cambridge secondary schoolFind out more »
In its 12th year, Fashion Art Toronto presents its annual, five-day celebration of provocative, avant-garde and cutting-edge fashion and art.
Expect to be awed and inspired through 50+ runway shows and performances, photography exhibits, art installations and fashion film.
On April 19, Regent Park Film Festival celebrates National Canadian Film Day 150, a massive one-day celebration of Canadian cinema in honour of our nation’s sesquicentennial. NCFD 150 promises to be the largest film festival in the world. Watch the The Skin We’re In, as acclaimed journalist Desmond Cole explores what it is to be Black in 21st century Canada. Do Black Lives Matter Here? Following the screening, join us in a discussion with Desmond Cole and Charles Officer, moderated…Find out more »
This workshop explores hands on approaches to building equity and meaningful inclusion at the interpersonal and institutional level. This workshop will foster critical thinking about anti oppression allyship and models of organizing and alternative ways of knowing and being will be explored, critiqued and applied. This workshop will employ multidimensional strategies to transform dynamics of power and privilege. This workshop is ideal for individuals/organizations looking to address inequities within their team dynamics, their work and at the systemic level. Participants…Find out more »
Toronto Kiwanis Boys and Girls Clubs are thrilled to invite you to participate in our 8th Annual Blueprint for the Future on April 25th, 2017!Find out more »
CCDI’s Awards of Success – recognizing the Diversity and Inclusion Practitioner of the Year, Senior Executive of the Year and Community Contributor of the Year – are chosen by Canada’s community of diversity and inclusion professionals.Find out more »