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November 26, 2019

How to Crip the Arts 2

Hosted by Neighbourhood Arts Network / RBC Foundation


S-122, 401 Richmond Street West, Toronto, ON, Canada

November 26
6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Curated by Tangled Art & Disability in How to Crip the Arts 2, participants will have the opportunity to explore the topic of disability aesthetics. They will also have a chance to participate in an interactive workshop that will help solidify some of the concepts and ideas discussed about this topic. To participate in this workshop, participants are not required to have attended How to Crip the Arts 1, but it is recommended.

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Jack Hawk is a multidisciplinary artist, astrologer, community worker and autistic 2spirit mutt. Before joining Tangled, Jack worked in non-profit gallery management and held positions with George Brown College and the Griffin Centre. Originally from Utica, NY, he now lives in Toronto with his blue-tongued skink.

Sean Lee is a part of a new generation of artists, curators, and arts leaders that bring fresh perspectives to contemporary art through an intersectional disability arts praxis. Orienting towards a “crip horizon”, Sean leads with disability in his curation for its transformative potential. Sean is the Director of Programming at Tangled Art + Disability. He sits on the board of the8Fest, Creative Users Projects and the Ontario Art Council’s Deaf and Disability Advisory Group.

Free. Wheelchair accessible venue. If you require accessibility services to attend this event, please specify what services you need in the registration form. (i.e. ASL, captioning, care attendants, note taking). Service animals welcome. We request that you help us to make this a scent-free environment. The closest accessible subway station is at Osgoode Station. The closest accessible streetcar stop is the 510 Spadina Queen Street West Stop (going south from Spadina Station), and the 510 Spadina Richmond Street Stop (going north from Union Station).