San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Note: There will be PAY WHAT YOU CAN tickets at the door.
Please email FAC at FACpwyc@gmail.com to register for the PWYC list.
Feminist Art Conference (FAC) is a 100% volunteer-based organization in Toronto that brings together artists, academics, and activists to consider feminist issues through art.
Tickets are available for purchase on a sliding scale to ensure people from all economic backgrounds can attend the conference. For this pricing system to support the community, we ask that you select the ticket price that is most appropriate for yourself.
Volunteer - If you are interested in volunteering with us email: firstname.lastname@example.org
ASL will be provided. If you are a community member who requires ASL, please contact us at email@example.com so we can arrange for full support.
OCADU is fully wheelchair accessible.
We are asking attendees to attend FAC with a scent-free policy in mind. However, for folks who have MCS, OCADU is an art college and as such the environment will have a variety of chemical triggers in the building.
A quiet art making room will be available for anyone needing a break.
Gender neutral bathrooms will be clearly marked.
Any personal support worker who is working will receive free admission.
The closest accessible subway station to OCADU is Osgoode Station (more detailed directions are below in the FAQ).
If you have any other accessibility needs please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
January 21st - Schedule
10:00 to 11:00 - Registration, Made Market, and tea and treats
11:00 Welcome and Performances
12:15 to 1:45 - Artist Panel Discussions (6 panel options listed below)
Tools, Toys, and Tricks of the Trade: Redefining the Domestic Sphere
Bare Bodies: Metaphor, Expression, and Self-Realization
Resilient Bodies: Class, Work, and Worth
Shared Secrets and Systemic Violence Exposed
Stories of Power: Observations of Becoming
Cultural Hybrids: Decolonizing and Reconstructing Identities
2:30 to 3:30 - Artists Performances with Talk Backs
3:45 to 4:30 - Community Partner Panels (4 panel options listed below)
Queering Feminist Art Class Panel Presented by Feminist Art Gallery / York University
Centre for Pluralism in the Arts Ontario - Women of Colour and Equity: Double Trouble
Black Futures Now "Organise This!: The Ethics, Politics,and Joys of Organising a Black Conference
Liisbeth - Gender, Entrepreneurship, and Innovation
6:30 - 8:00 - Closing Key Note with Q&A and Reception -
- Sadie Buck Q&A, with Erika Iserhoff
- Presented by Native Women in the Arts in partnership with Indigenous Studies Kwe Performance Series
Other FAC Events (No Registration Required)
January 8th - Exhibition at OCADU, Runs Until January 22nd - FREE OPEN TO PUBLIC
January 16th - Sketch Exhibition Satellite Show at York University (Crossroads Gallery), Runs until February 6th - FREE OPEN TO PUBLIC
January 16th - IRIS Satellite Show at University of Toronto - OISE, Opening January 16th 5:30 - 7:30 with Panel Discussion - FREE OPEN TO PUBLIC
January 17th - Activate TO Panel: Art(s) & Crafts & Feminism 7:00 pm, Toronto, City Hall Committee Room 2, FREE OPEN TO PUBLIC
January 18th - The Magic Hour - Theatre performance at the Theatre Centre 8:00 pm - email email@example.com for a promo discount code. ASL interpreted performance on January 13th.
January 19th - Reception for Exhibition at OCADU, 7:00 - 10:00 pm with performances TBA - PWYC OPEN TO PUBLIC
January 20th - Screening of The Apology at OCADU Room 190 at 7:00 pm (pay what you can at the door) PYWC - OPEN TO PUBLIC
*** NOTE: No one will be turned away at a PWYC event for not having funds.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
There is no minimum age for this event. People under the age of 13 need to be accompanied by an adult over the age of 18. Alcoholic beverages will be available, and ID will be required to purchase these.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Take the 505 street-car to Dundas St West at McCaul St (Stop ID: 2174). Once you get off, head South about 3 minutes to the OCADU Building. (This street car is not accessible)
Take the 501 street-car to McCaul St at Queen St West (Stop ID: S_MCQU). Once you get off, head North about 3 minutes to the OCADU Building (This street car is not accessible)
Take the Line 1 (University Line) to Osgoode Station - this station is accessible. From here you would need to head West on Queen St W. for about 5 minutes and then turn right onto McCaul St. and head North for 3 minutes.
There is parking along most of the streets by OCADU. There is also a small parking lot directly to the right of the OCADU Entrance. All parking is at the cost of the person attending.
Two-Spirit and Trans Inclusion Policy
As an organization, we are dedicated to making all of our events a safer space for two-spirit and trans people, particularly trans women, transfeminine persons and those who were designated male at birth (DMAB).
All two-spirit and trans people are welcome to attend and submit art content to our conference and events.
All two-spirit and trans people are invited to volunteer with our organization.
No forms of transphobia, transmisogyny and transantagonism will be tolerated and those who violate this policy will no longer be welcome to our events
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please email FAC at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What's the refund policy?
There are no refunds for this event.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event on Saturday?
No, a digital ticket is fine.