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

2018 ArtsEverywhere Festival Program

Another exciting edition of the ArtsEverywhere Festival is set to begin on January 18th in Guelph, Ontario! This four day festival of ideas will again feature conversations and performances from a wide array of artists, activists, and academics, including Joseph… Read More

Big Ideas: Paddy Johnson

Paddy Johnson is the founding editor of Art F City and maintains a column on digital art for Artnet. In addition to her work on the blog, she has been published in magazines such as New York Magazine, The New York Times and The Economist. Paddy Johnson has lectured widely about… Read More

Ajamu at the Black Love Matters Unconference

Ajamu will be the featured international guest speaker at the upcoming Black Love Matters Un-Conference class. Ajamu is a London-based fine art photographer and archive curator/activist, whose work has been shown in galleries, museums and alternative spaces nationally and internationally. He will… Read More

Less Radical More Tenderness: Conversations in the Round

Less Radical, More Tenderness is a mini-series of intimate conversations and gestures among artists, thinkers and enactors deeply engaged with community and generative approaches to the body, care, wellness, vulnerability, relationship building, restorative practices new & hybrid practices, queerness, two-spiritedness,… Read More

Disco Soup in Guelph!

Slow Food Youth Ontario and Musagetes are proud to present Disco Soup in Guelph as part of the Mashkiki Gitigaan series. Let's fight food waste together with a Disco Soup! Location: Hope House (10 Cork Street East, Guelph) Date: Saturday, October… Read More

What, How & For Whom Workshop

In a hybrid form that will combine show and tell, video and film screenings, and self-reflection process, collective What, How & for Whom/WHW will discuss ways in which the local perspective continuously influences their curatorial practice, anchored in directing the… Read More