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Exploring Black & Indigenous Futurisms: An Artist Talk in the Present

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7 Hart House Circle

Toronto, ON M5S 3H3

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A repository of stories, knowledge, counter narratives converge as Black & Indigenous artists convene around art, culture, and identity.

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When reimagining the future, Black and Indigenous peoples, cultures, identities and artistic practices are not often reflected to their fullest potential. Hart House Black Futures Series invites you to join us at the crossroads of art, culture and community to hear how Black and Indigenous artists are grappling with their place, culture and identity in a future that is yet to exist.

A repository of stories, knowledge, counter narratives converge as Ekow Nimako (Lego Art & Sculpturist, Farhiya Jama (Afrofuturist Visual Artist) , and Skawennati (Multimedia Artist) along with co-moderators Dr. Karyn Recollet (Professor, Women and Gender Studies, UofT) and Dr. Audrey Hudson ( Associate Curator of School & Early Childhood programs at the Art Gallery of Ontario and teaches at Ryerson and UofT) discusses concepts related to Black and Indigenous peoples ally-ship, shared future, artistic practice and justice seeking solidarities.

We will open our evening with spoken word performance by artist Mahlikah Aweri.

[Source] Visual art used in this communication by Farhiya Jama @hausofriya

All are Welcome to this FREE Event.

Light refreshments will be served!

This is a Hart House Black Futures Event, co-presented with the Hart House Art Committee.

For more information on Black Futures please visit: https://harthouse.ca/series/black-futures

For more information about Hart House Art Committee visit: https://harthouse.ca/committees/art-committee

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