Wheel Dance

Wheel Dance: Sundays April 9th – May 28th, 2017

March 28, 2017
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A Wheelchair on Broadway Isn’t Exploitation It’s Progress

A Wheelchair on Broadway Isn’t Exploitation. It’s Progress.

March 27, 2017

There’s a wheelchair onstage at the Belasco Theater, and it’s drawing an abundance of attention. There’s also a wheelchair onstage at a small theater not far away, and it’s drawing practically no attention at all. The gulf between the two says quite a lot. Read more: https://www.nytimes.com

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2017 Toronto Storytelling Festival March 29 - April 2

2017 Toronto Storytelling Festival March 29 – April 2

March 20, 2017

Founded in 1979, the TORONTO STORYTELLING FESTIVAL has grown into one of the world’s biggest celebrations of the arts of voice and story. Over ten days of concerts, storytalks, and workshops, the finest storytellers from Canada and around the world make Toronto the centre of the storytelling renaissance. Read more: http://torontostorytellingfestival.ca

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“Epilepsy (The Fight)” by Lazelle Gelias

March 16, 2017

As I sit all alone in a hospital room, Wondering if my life has been doomed … Robbed by this illness, that has shattered my head, Saying to myself “I’d be better off dead”. Asking, “Why has this happened to me? Still growing in life, now cut down like a tree.” Looking to my father…

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Heidi Latsky Dance

Heidi Latsky Dance Receives Grant From The Gerald and Janet Carrus Foundation

March 16, 2017

HLD has received a substantial grant to further the Disability Rights Movement, through dance and performance, with direct involvement with disabled people through the Artist In Residency Program of the Hurleyville Arts Centre in Sullivan County, New York. The funding from this grant will be used for three different residencies at the Arts Centre during this coming…

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THE TRANSFORMATIVE EXPERIENCE OF FALLING IN

The Transformative Experience of Falling in

March 16, 2017

On display from February 23-April 25 Location: Tangled Vitrines: S-30 (basement level), 401 Richmond St W, Toronto, ON Over the course of 3 years sab’s sketchbook was an intimate exhalation of diaristic navigation, and it is through the vulnerability allowed in a closed-circuit space like a sketchbook, where one can truly be contained and mapped…

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OWN YOUR CERVIX

Own Your Cervix

March 16, 2017

On display January 13 – March 31, 2017 Location: Tangled Vitrines: S-30 (basement level), 401 Richmond St W, Toronto, ON Own Your Cervix by Vanessa Dion Fletcher is an interactive installation that uses menstrual blood to physically and metaphorically create a gendered space reflecting on what defines our bodies. In this boundary-pushing show, Dion-Fletcher uses…

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Deirdre Logue and Vibrafusion Lab

Deirdre Logue and Vibrafusion Lab

March 16, 2017

On display from April 7 – June 30 Opening Reception: April 7, 6-8 PM Location: Tangled Art Gallery, S-122 (main level) 401 Richmond St W, Toronto, ON Logue pulls in close, withdraws, and attempts to go into the fabric of everyday spaces and objects. Private tests are made public in these personal experiments of the…

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Casting call

Call for Submissions from Canadian Deaf, Mad & Disability-Identified Artists

March 16, 2017

We are currently accepting applications from Deaf, Mad and disability-identified artists to create new work for an upcoming series of exhibitions which will run from September 2017 to April 2018 at Tangled Art Gallery in Toronto. Tangled Art + Disability invites proposals for projects in any artistic discipline that reflect the expansive dimensions of disability arts…

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Bill McQueen

Join in the Celebration of Bill McQueen’s Life

March 10, 2017

Bill (William) McQueen died unexpectedly on Friday, February 3, 2017. Bill will be sadly missed by his partner, Bon, his brother Jim and sister-in-law Beth and family, and many other friends – from his disability community, Fireweed Media, the OISE/UT/CASAE Adult Education community, Dharma Friends meditation group,  the CPC(M-L), Counterpoint Community Orchestra, and others in the LGBTQ community.…

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