Arts & Equity Series | Courage Labs & Community Arts Jams

This spring 2017 will bring together all past themes to explore intersectionality, transformative justice and organizational equity in creative, participatory and art-based ways, led by an incredible line up of established artists, activists and facilitators.

 Courage Lab: Arts & Equity Workshop Series, hosted by SKETCH and Neighbourhood Arts Network.

Entering its 3rd year, Courage Labs have convened diverse artists, educators, organizers and activists to courageously investigate, share, experiment and explore ideas, concepts and tools based in arts equity, reconciliation and anti-oppression frameworks.

Featured guest facilitators and artists will be announced just prior to each event!

 

The hands-on, arts centred series will include:

Courage Lab 1: Intersectionality and our Collective Practices

  • March 9, 2017 | 6-9pm
  • Location: SKETCH Studios, 180 Shaw Street, Artscape Youngplace, SKETCH project studio on the lower level
  • Facilitator: Stay tuned
  • To register click here

Courage Lab 2: Transformative Justice and Creative Organizing

  • March 22, 2017 | 6-9pm
  • Location: SKETCH Studios, 180 Shaw Street, Artscape Youngplace, SKETCH project studio on the lower level
  • Facilitated by Naty Tremblay & Jamaias Dacosta
  • Registration link coming soon!

Courage Lab 3: Addressing Systems of Oppression & Building True Organizational Equity

  • April 5, 2017 | 6-9pm
  • Location: TBA
  • Facilitated by Naty Tremblay & Jamaias Dacosta
  • Registration link coming soon!

The Courage Lab series builds on the on going Emergence partnership initiative led by SKETCH and Neighbourhood Arts Network, focused on provided space to investigate creative practices for leading social change in the arts in Toronto.
 
Wheelchair Accessible.
Scent free environment.
Whisper translation and ASL available upon request.

Admission is free. Food will be served.
 
In thanks to the Mississaugas of the New Credit, Haudenoshonee, Wendat and Metis people, the past and current stewards of the land on which we work and play. These events are made possible with support from the Ontario Trillium Foundation.