Writing for what is absent with Elwood Jimmy
09 October 2018, 6:30PM – 9PM
401 Richmond Street West
Spots available: 9
Participants will be led through individual, and collective space-holding exercises before being asked to respond to provocations relating to bodies – the human and non-human, the visible and invisible – in relation to their own practices, communities, sensibilities and ways of being. The workshop is exploratory and designed for personal and collective inquiry and reflection.
This workshop is part of the initiative guest curated by Su-Ying Lee and presented by Trinity Square Video.
Registration is limited, so register early to ensure a spot!
– Via email to email@example.com
– Telephone registration 416 593 1332
Registration fee options:
– Select the option that best suits your budget.
– Select any amount between $10-40.
– A meal is included with all payment options.
– All programs offered for individuals as part of RECENTRE, an anti-oppression program for cultural producers, have been free. Payments are returned to the organization’s program budget to continue to offer innovative programming that seeks to fill gaps.
A light meal is included: Please make us aware of any food restrictions when registering.
Accessibility: Trinity Square Video is committed to ensuring as accessible an environment as possible for all our programming. When registering please make us aware of any needs we can work to accommodate. Personal attendants are admitted free.
Elwood Jimmy is a learner, collaborator, writer, artist, cultural translator & facilitator, and gardener. He is originally from the Thunderchild First Nation, a Nêhiyaw community in the global north. For almost 20 years, he has played a leadership role in several art projects, collectives, and organizations nationally and abroad. In his practices, he has employed photography, film, video, storytelling, language, text, textiles, natural materials, performance, and personal & community narratives as the foundation for a number of collaborative projects.
Su-Ying Lee is an independent curator living in Toronto, Canada. Her projects have taken place across Canada and in Hong Kong. She has also worked in institutions as Assistant Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA), Curator in Residence at the Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, and Assistant Curator at the Art Gallery of Mississauga. Her practice often employs unconventional platforms and expands rigid boundaries around curatorial practice. Lee is interested in employing the role of curator as a co-conspirator, accomplice and active agent. She received a Masters of Visual Studies, Curatorial degree from the University of Toronto.