Screening of "Shameless" at Ryerson in Toronto

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Screening of "Shameless" at Ryerson in Toronto



This looks like a good movie, and I'm most likely going to go, since I'm one of the people helping to organize it.



Presented By: RyeACCESS
Tuesday February 27th, 2007 - 6:00-9:00 p.m.
55 Gould St., SCC115 Multipurpose Room

Judy Rebick, Sam Gindin Chair in Social Justice and Democracy, Ryerson University
Catherine Frazee, Co-director, Ryerson RBC Institute for Disability Studies Research and Education
Dr. Akua Benjamin, Professor, Director, Ryerson School of Social Work

[b]ABOUT THE FILM:[/b] Art, activism and disability are the starting point for what unfolds as a funny and intimate portrait of five surprising individuals. The film tracks this motley gang of five from the BC Gulf Islands, to Nova Scotia and south to San Francisco while they create and then present their multi-faceted self-representations. As we get to know each of these remarkable people driven by a passion for art and transformation, the everyday complexities and unexpected richness of life with a disability are exposed. (More here...)

[b]For more info contact RyeACCESS at (416) 979-5255 x4504 or [email protected][/b]