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NOTICE OF CLOSURE: Friday, September 30th to observe National Day for Truth and Reconciliation / Orange Shirt Day

(Image 1) Illustration by Fallon Simard (@waasegiizhik)

(Image 2) Poem by Smokii Sumac (@smokiisumac)

(Content Warning: Residential Schools)

In 1971, Trinity Square Video opened its doors in downtown Toronto. The year before that (1970) the Mohawk Institute, the residential school nearest to us (according to the Shingwauk Residential School Centre and the CBC) closed after 139 years of operations. …

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VITRINE: Prayers for Dreamy Boys

Prayers for Dreamy Boys by Fallon SimardJanuary 5th – 27th, 2021

Prayers for Dreamy Boys is a new series of digital illustrations and animations by Fallon Simard. Fallon interrogates the relationship between state violence and mental health in so far as it is perpetuated on to Indigenous bodies. In Prayer for Dreamy Boys, they apply visual motifs derived from traditional Indigenous medicine and ecological …

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PROGRAMMING: Ghosts and Matter



Works by Gloria Swain, Fallon Simard, Mariam Magsi, and Aaron Moore // Curated by Karina Iskandarsjah

Co-Presented with Glory Hole Gallery //  Venue: 519 Church St, Glass Lobby Room (1st Floor)

“Haunting is a very particular way of knowing what has happened or is happening. Being haunted draws us affectively, …

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SCREENING: New IndigiQueer Video

Trinity Square Video Outreach presentsNew IndigiQueer Video

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

Saturday, January 12, 7:00PMDoors open at 6:30, screening and social to followFREE

Video works created as part of TQFF’s 2 Spirit / Indigiqueer / Trans Video Workshop for Beginners produced by the Toronto Queer Film Festival, in collaboration with Trinity Square Video and …

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2017 Emerging Digital Artists Awards

EQ Bank and Trinity Square Video presents theEmerging Digital Artists Awards2017 Finalist ExhibitionFeaturing Micaela González, Fanny Huard, Amanda Low, Pipo Pierre-Louis, and Fallon Simard

28 September – 12 October 2017

This year marks the third Emerging Digital Artists Award season for EQ Bank, and the first presented in partnership with Trinity Square Video, Canada’s oldest media arts centre. Featuring works by Amanda Low, …

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EXHIBITION: the moving copy

the moving copy presents Trinity Square Video’s 2017 Themed Commissions, which were produced over an August residency at the centre.

Featuring works by Amanda Boulos, Kiera Boult, Monica Maria Moraru, Fallon Simard, Wendy Whaley, Amelia Zhang.with a parallel commissioned text by Aaditya Aggarwal

5 – 23 September 2017Opening Reception: 8 September 2017, 6-8PM

the moving copy presents Trinity Square Video’s 2017 Themed Commissions, which …

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