PROGRAMMING: Astrology Consultations with Cadence Planthara

Astrology Consultations with Cadence Planthara

In conjunction with the exhibition Disputed Bodies, participating artist Cadence Planthara will be offering 50-minute natal chart consultations at Trinity Square Video.

These one-on-one astrology readings are FREE, but space is limited. Sessions will take place in the evenings at the gallery.

If you know your date, exact time (with source, e.g. birth certificate), and place of birth, please email [email protected] to reserve a time.


Cadence Planthara is an interdisciplinary artist who has been ...

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PROGRAMMING: Disputed Souls: Exploring Conflicted Spiritualities

Disputed Souls: Exploring Conflicted Spiritualities

Wednesday, February 27, 2019 6-8pm
Tea Base
222 Spadina Ave – unit C15
Toronto, Ontario M5T 3B3

Where do our spirits go when our bodies are out of place? Where do they come from, when our communities are in diaspora? Are we seekers, heretics, or revolutionaries? How have our spirits been wounded, and how will they ever be healed?

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VITRINE: Forgotten Language

Forgotten Language

Works by Amanda Amour-Lynx

05 March – 25 April

Forgotten Language is a collection of works by Amanda Amour-Lynx which are performative acts of cultural reclamation. It documents the pursuit for radical self-acceptance, evident by the messy, untangling process that ensues when recovering lost histories. Stories are embedded linguistically through mnemonic and symbolic coding, abstraction, body movements and stored memories. Language ...

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PROGRAMMING: Design Justice Workshop

Design Justice workshop in Toronto
February 16th, 2:30-4:30pm
The Commons, 4th Floor
401 Richmond Street West

Want to learn about #DesignJustice and try some hands-on activities rooted in the Design Justice Principles? (

Come out on February 16th!

Presented by the Design Justice Network team (Una Lee, Sasha Costanza-Chock, Wes Taylor and Victoria ...

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PROGRAMMING: Pantayo – performance + lecture with Standpartners

Pantayo – performance + lecture with Standpartners
Friday, February 15, 7PM

In conjunction with Disputed Bodies curated by Patrick Cruz

Pantayo is an all-women kulintang ensemble based in Toronto. Our music is grounded in the traditions of Maguindanaoan &T’boli peoples but explores the possibility of kulintang influenced by our identities as Diasporic Filipinas.

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Ash Moniz Screening + Talk w/ Deborah Cowen

Come visit Artist is Residence Ash Moniz, and learn about the work he has been generating during a month-long residence!

Ash Moniz Screening + Talk w/ Deborah Cowen

Artist in Residence

Saturday, January 26, 3-5PM
Talk with Deborah Cowen: 3PM
Screening to follow.

In tandem, Ash will participate in an open conversation with Prof. Deborah Cowen whose research looks at how conflicts over infrastructures have come to define our political landscape. The conversation will touch on their research trajectories, discussing topics of ...

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Hiba Abdallah, Simon M. Benedict, Maria Patricia Abuel, Golboo & Golnesa Amani, Erika De Freitas, Cadence Planthara and Francisco-Fernando Granados.

With Pantayo, Kristen Jordan, Sharona Franklin, Jacquelyn Ross and Marina Fathalla.

Curated by Patrick Cruz

01 February – 16 March, 2019
Opening Reception: 01 February, 6 – 8PM

If the earth is a body, I wonder what it felt when we first tested the ...

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Trinity Square is proud to present our seventh annual showcase of emerging video artists from undergraduate programs in Toronto and the surrounding area.

Video Fever 2019
24 January 2019, 7–9PM

A screening of new work by Hiba Ali, Maia (Meech) Boakye, Janel Bucknor, Holly Chang, Sepideh Tajalizadeh Dashti, Yuan Fang, Isabelle Fellini, Kate Hawley, Atefeh Khademolreza, Miles Rufelds, Zihan Yi

Artists in attendance, Q+A to follow the screening.

Video Fever is Trinity Square’s annual showcase of ...

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SCREENING: New IndigiQueer Video

Trinity Square Video Outreach presents
New IndigiQueer Video

Featuring works by Evelyn Pakinewatik, Raven Cameron, Zephyr Mckenna, Connor Pion, Wāpahkēsīs (Keisha Erwin Roberts), Thirza Cuthand, Fallon Simard

Saturday, January 12, 7:00PM
Doors open at 6:30, screening and social to follow

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Every Wednesdays at 3:00PM and 9:30PM on BUMP TV


Featuring works by Maria Patricia Abuel, Alison Postma, Rhenix Shi, Qioaer Jin, Erin J Coholan, Kristina Durka, Sabrina Budiman, Rebecca Sweets, Jessie Sheng, Alexandru Stratulat, Henry Heng Lu, Catharine Soloman, Maryna Makarenko, Maximilian Suillerot, Michele Ayoub, Alexandra Filtsos, Kelly Zantingh.


BUMP TV is a 24/7 public access internet television station.


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VITRINE: Design Justice Network

The Design Justice Principle Making Process
by the Design Justice Network
20 December – 02 March, 2019

These typographic posters reveal the years-long community ideation and editing process that gave rise to the ten Design Justice Network Principles. Since 2015, people interested in defining and organizing around the concept of design justice have been crafting these statements to guide our work. Some of us are designers, many of us are not. There ...

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Happy Holidays from TSV!

A Safe and Happy Holiday and a Healthy New Year to you

from David, Emily, Jason. Milada, Andrew, Karina, José Andrés and Holly



As we start welcoming back the sun following the winter solstice, we have you all in our thoughts and hearts entering the new year. Towards this, in 2020 we have been able to provide emergency support to dozens of artists, curators, writers, and technicians in crisis through our COVID-19 Relief Fund. This initiative is meant to provide short term ...

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January 03 – 19, 2019

This residency is a part of an on-going project that interrogates how evidence of value and threat intertwine within the supply-chain. With an interplay of fiction and historical artifacts, a non-linear narrative is constructed, featuring a team of employees in the process of a tactical training simulation. As the “story” ...

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OPEN CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Hip-Hop Hurray III Video Screening

Calling all multidisciplinary artists! Musicians! Filmmakers! Video Artists! Have you made a hip hop video you would like to showcase? Trinity Square Video is seeking submissions for our next “Hip-Hop Hurray III” Video Screening to be shown on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2018 at 7pm. Selected videos will be screened and there will be a reception as part of our Community ...

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Save 100% or 50% on membership now @ TSV!

Give the .GIF(t) of membership!

Trinity Square is offering “The Deal of the Year” from now until we close the doors for the holidays on December 20th 5pm.

Anyone who signs up as a New or Renewing ‘Producing Member’ at TSV will be able to choose from these three options.

1.) The Great Deal: Pay half price of $50.00 and get a membership for a year.
– membership would ...

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Video Fever 2019: Call for Submissions

Trinity Square Video is proud to announce the seventh annual juried student video screening event, Video Fever.


Trinity Square Video is seeking video works from undergraduate or graduate level students, who are currently enrolled at a Toronto or surrounding area post-secondary institution (as far south as Windsor and as north as Kingston)!

Submissions must be single channel videos, under 10 minutes in length and ...

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PROGRAMMING: Feminist Cybersecurity Workshop with Yvette Granata

Feminist Cybersecurity Workshop with Yvette Granata
10 November 2018, 2-5PM


This workshop is a feminist ‘crypto-party’ in which we will go over digital safety and basic tools for digital autonomy and personal protection needs. Cybersecurity is often framed mainly from the point of view of the security industry, where security is aimed at protecting computing systems from the risk of hacks, ...

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PROGRAMMING: Artist Talk with Julian Gallese

Artist Talk with Guest Animator Julian Gallese
TAIS 2018 International Artist in Residence 

Thursday, May 31, 2018
7pm @ TAIS, 1411 Dufferin St. Unit B
Reception to follow

Over the course of a month in studio, Julian has produced a 360 immersive animation with the working title “Banana Bread”. Created in his style of 2D classical animation, Julian will present this new work as a part of his talk, alongside a few other pieces ...

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ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE: Maria Patricia Abuel and Jamie Milay Kasiama

Trinity Square Video is excited to announce our 2018 Summer-Student Artists in Residence. Selected by TSV’s programming committee, as part of this year’s Video Fever program, Maria Patricia Abuel and Jamie Milay Kasiama have already demonstrated exceptional work as emerging media artists and Trinity Square Video is proud to support them in the creation of two new works.


Maria Patricia Abuel is ...

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