Our annual student leadership conference is designed to inspire and empower students to redefine leadership. It aims to quench the thirst for knowledge, broaden students' horizon, and promote collaboration. The conference dedicates one day to inviting various members of the community to lead workshops focused on the attributes of leadership.
Applications are now open for you to join us on Saturday, January 27, 2018. Note, spaces are limited.
The Edward P. Taylor Library & Archives is hosting a series of 7 monthly reading groups to discuss Honouring the Truth, Reconciling for the Future: Summary of the Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada. The Commission was established in 2008 with the dual mandate of gathering the testimony of survivors of the residential school system and providing a path forward to healing and reconciliation. This reading group will pay particular attention to questions of how cultural producers and art institutions can acknowledge our roles in a colonial past and present, how we can develop practices that work toward reconciliation, and how to understand the calls to action in an artistic context.
We are excited to welcome Michael White and Jeffrey Kiyoshk Ross as co-facilitators of the reading group, as well as Knowledge Keeper Amy Desjarlais.
For this session, participants should read the History section of the report, pages 37 - 133, in advance of the gathering.
The 519’s Youth Action and Arts Space (YAAS) is a free, drop-in program that offers youth who are 10 to 15 years-old a fun place to connect, meet friends and new peers and explore cool opportunities, starting January 20th until June 16th of 2018.
When: the first and third Saturday of each month, from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm.
WHEN: Tuesday, January 23, 2018
WHERE: Building A, Minkler Atrium
TIME: 10 am – 2 pm
Indigenous Visual Culture and Culture Shifts at OCAD present a free screening of the documentary When They Awake.
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
Room 230 Level 2, 100 McCaul St. Toronto, ON
6:45-9pm followed by a Q & A with director PJ Marcellino.
WorkInCulture is a Toronto-based organization which supports individuals in Ontario who work in the cultural sector through life-long career development and entrepreneurial and business skills training.
The WorkInCulture team and the Ryerson Career Centre are hosting a networking event for students interested in exploring careers in the business side of arts & culture and creative and performance-based careers.
This event will allow students to meet with industry professionals to make connections & gain insights into working in the arts & culture sectors. Come meet with representatives from:
WHEN: Thursday, January 25, 2018
WHERE: SEQ Building, Learning Commons Hallway
TIME: 10 am – 2 pm
The Mural of the Story – Mini-Symposium
Artists Panel on Indigenous Murals in Tkaronto
Tuesday, January 30
6:30 – 8:30
Room 230 (2nd floor lecture hall)
100 McCaul St.
WHEN: Thursday, February 1, 2018
WHERE: Connection Cafe & Garriock Hall
TIME: 1 pm – 3 pm
We're excited to announce our TYC Youth Talks: Education Edition!
TYC Talks Education is a dialogue that will create space for students to discuss issues in the education system that they care most about, what student voice currently looks like within their schools and how they want to see greater student voice within their schools. The dialogue open to any high school student in Toronto. TDSB and TCDSB Trustees will be also be joining us to speak about the importance of student voice - stay tuned for more information!
We will be joined by TDSB Trustee Marit Stiles (Davenport) and TCDSB Trustee Jo-Ann Davis (Toronto-Centre) for the second half of the dialogue to discuss the importance of student voice.
Free food and TTC tokens available for attendees who RSVP through Eventbrite!
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