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July 26, 2022

The Earth is Blue as an Orange

Hosted by JAYU

JOIN US FOR A SPECIAL PRESENTATION OF IRYNA TSILYK’S THE EARTH IS BLUE AS AN ORANGE!

Screening With liza korotka’s My country is missing.

FOLLOWED BY A Q&A WITH PRODUCER AND WRITER Liza Korotka AT 8:30 PM.

Please note that this event may include elements that are challenging, controversial or emotionally overwhelming. JAYU gives their artists the space to fully present their work as authentically as possible. We encourage audiences to enjoy our events at their own pace and comfort level and will have an active listener available if they require additional support. More information will be provided during the event.

Accessibility

We recognize that some of the content and discussions we have at Last Tuesdays might bring various levels of discomfort and triggering feelings. In line with a commitment to being trauma-informed, each Last Tuesdays event will have an Online Held Space containing mental health resources and active listeners. You will have access to Online Held Spaces through Google Hangouts during and after programs, should you need support. You are welcome to turn your camera on or off when accessing the Online Held Space.

Information about how to access Online Held Spaces will be available in your pre-event email.

All films at Last Tuesdays will be screened with captions.

We are currently working on ensuring that all live events at Last Tuesdays this year will be live captioned. Please check back here for more information.

We will provide ASL interpretation for all events at Last Tuesdays, including films, performances, workshops, and talks. 

More information about accessibility at Last Tuesdays

Organizations

JAYU

401 Richmond Street West, Suite 354, Toronto, ON, M5V 3A8, Canada

Phone number: 416-712-3477

Email: info@jayu.ca

JAYU is a registered Canadian charity and a leader in the space where the arts and human rights intersect. We believe strongly that the arts provide the strongest platform to share human rights stories. The arts can be used to educate, to build empathy, to heal, to forge community and to inspire the kinds of conversations necessary to reimagine a more just and equitable world. Guided by our dedicated team of staff, artists, educators and our Board of Directors, our year-round programming includes our annual Human Rights Film Festival, our iAM arts and social justice training program, The Hum Podcast and our Human Rights Screening Series.