Towards Braiding: A new publication

Elwood Jimmy, Vanessa Andreotti, and Sharon Stein have just published a new book titled Towards Braiding, which presents an exploration of the generative and non-generative potential in settler-indigenous relations in the Canadian context, and offers elements to consider when an… Read More

Publication Studio Summit in Guelph

From Glasgow to São Paulo, Rotterdam to the Pearl River Delta, bookmakers from across the globe will convene in Guelph for a weekend of conversation, workshops, and special presentations, and you're invited! Below you will find the Summit schedule for… Read More

2019 ArtsEverywhere Festival Program

Welcome to the ArtsEverywhere Festival 2019 where art, ideas, politics, and community spirit thrive! Over four days — January 24 to 27 — the festival offers lectures, conversations, music, artistic performances, circle gatherings, literary readings, and art exhibitions. All of… Read More

Big Ideas: Susan Blight

CAFKA.18 artist Susan Blight will be speaking as part of Big Ideas in Art and Culture lecture series at the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery on June 28, 2018 at 7 PM. Susan Blight (Anishinaabe, Couchiching First Nation) is an interdisciplinary artist working with… Read More

What’s there to learn: Self-Education for Self-Educators

Free Home University and Musagetes are delighted to announce: What's there to learn: Self-Education for Self-Educators An (im)practical conference, a convivial residency, a common_home_kitchen_library_school_farm_mural_song_struggle, an aleatoric exhibition, a book launch, a football tournament, a walk to the sea, (and other exercises… Read More

River Mini-residency with Leslie McCue

Musagetes is teaming up with the 2Rivers Festival to present a water themed talk and intergenerational art making workshop with artist Leslie McCue! Leslie McCue is Mississauga, Ojibway from Curve Lake First Nation, currently living and working in Toronto. Leslie… Read More

Journey to Black Liberation Symposium

“The Journey to Black Liberation Symposium is a follow-up as learnings from the Black Love Matters 2017 Un-Conference at York University, co-developed by the Black Daddies Club, and an extension of the idea of cross-border conversations and community-building within Black… Read More