Re:collections brings Indigenous artists and artists of colour to share how their work engages, re-frames and re-defines the archive.
Join us for a day of discussions on archives and counter-archiving. Reserve your spot today!
FREE ADMISSION /// FREE CHILDCARE /// FREE LUNCH
Meet artists taking back the archives and defining what self-representation means to their communities.
Featuring panelists: Stephen Puskas, M. Mohamed, Lisa Jackson
Moderated by Ariel Smith
|Home Movies as Archive|
Through interweaving home movies in their artistic practice, these artists are using the personal to speak to the political.
Featuring panelists: Michael Roderick Keshane, Maria-Saroja Ponnambalam and Julia Huynh. Moderated by Esery Mondesir.
11:30am - 1:00pm | Panel: Reclaiming Archives
1:00 - 2:00pm | Lunch
2:00 -3:30pm | Panel: Home Movies as Archives
For more on the panels, artists and Home Made Visible project visit HomeMadeVisible.ca/recollections
Toronto Media Arts Centre is an accessible space.
ASL-English interpretation will be provided at this event.
If you have any questions around accessibility please contact us here, via email at email@example.com or give us a call at 416-599-7733.
Re:collections is apart of Home Made Visible, a nation-wide project by the Regent Park Film Festival in partnership with Charles Street Video and York University Libraries. To learn more about Home Made Visible visit: HomeMadeVisible.ca
This is one of the 200 exceptional projects funded through the Canada Council for the Arts’ New Chapter program. With this $35M investment, the Council supports the creation and sharing of the arts in communities across Canada.
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