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COURAGE LAB! Transformative Justice, Arts & Creative Organizing
Wed, 22 March 2017, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDT
COURAGE LAB IS BACK!
Save the date for upcoming arts & equity events this spring!
March 22. April 5, 2017
COURAGE LAB : ARTS & EQUITY WORKSHOP SERIES
Hosted by SKETCH and Neighbourhood Arts Network
Entering its third year, Courage Lab has brought together diverse artists, educators, organizers and activists to courageously investigate, share and experiment with concepts, ideas, tools and practices for exploring equity, race, reconciliation and anti-oppression through the arts!
This spring will build on past themes to explore intersectionality, transformative justice and organizational equity in creative, participatory and art-based ways, led by an incredible line up of established artists, activists and facilitators.
Featured guest facilitators and artists will be announced just prior to each event!
Admission is free. Food will be served.
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Transformative Justice and Creative Organizing
Join facilitators & artists Jamaias DaCosta & Naty Tremblay for an evening of discussion, reflection & artful exploration of these questions.
We want to acknowledge that we will be exploring complex subject matter including injustice, violence, harm & trauma. We invite participants to attend with this in mind. We will offer a supportive & inclusive environment with arts materials, tea & food, quiet spaces, and active listeners.
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Time : 6-9pm
Location: SKETCH Studios, 180 Shaw Street, Artscape Youngplace, between Queen & Dundas project studio on the lower level!
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Building Equity and Anti-Oppression in Arts Organizations, Institutions and Systems
Wednesday, April 5, 2017
Time : 6-9pm
Location : TBD
The Courage Lab series builds on the on going Emergence partnership initiative led by SKETCH and Neighbourhood Arts Network, focused on provided space to investigate creative practices for leading social change in the arts in Toronto.
Scent free environment.
Whisper translation and ASL available upon request.
In thanks to the Mississaugas of the New Credit, Haudenoshonee, Wendat and Metis people, the past and current stewards of the land on which we work and play. These events are made possible with support from the Ontario Trillium Foundation.