Art Gallery of York University Announces Winter 2016 Exhibition Program December 7, 2015 AGYU begins 2016 changed. From 4 January – 6 March, AGYU hosts the third iteration of the Centre for Incidental Activisms (CIA) and things certainly don’t look the same as they did five years ago when we set out on this adventure. […]Read More New Exhibition: Centre for Incidental Activisms (CIA)
Performance by Syrus Marcus Ware: Wednesday, November 4, 2 – 5 pm, Doris McCarthy Gallery For more info on this exhibition click here!Read More Activist Love Letters at the Doris McCarthy Gallery
Black August grew out of the California prison system to honor fallen Freedom Fighters, Jonathan Jackson, George Jackson, William Christmas, James McClain and Khatari Gaulden. Black August is a time to study history, and to set intentions towards activism for freedom and social change. Mumia Abu Jamal, political prisoner and tireless author, journalist and […]Read More Black August: Portraits of black activists and revolutionaries, soundscapes and archival audio —
Jess Dobkins has thought up an amazing new project and…..extra! extra!…The amazing Artists Newsstand is now open for business! (and art!) Thrilled to have some Social Justice Colouring Books and zines in the stand for sale- pop over to Chester Subway to check ’em out! Ill be doing some exiting installations and performances at the […]Read More Extra! Extra! Artist Newsstand!
On May 1, 2015 I joined Maclean’s pop-culture podcast—hosted by Adrian Lee, Emma Teitel and Julia De Laurentiis Johnson—to celebrate trans activism and critically consider the uptake of trans content and stories in pop-culture. Check it out here and here!Read More The Thrill…was thrlling!
Images from my Sunday Scene talk at The Power Plant Art Gallery on Sunday, March 22, 2015! We had a lively discussion about family memories of civil-rights era Memphis, the Poor People’s Campaign and MLK’s activism in Memphis, CoIntelpro, Bill C-51 and revolutionary dreams…..towards freedom! (plus! I made a zine about cointellpro, Stuart Hall, our […]Read More Sunday Scene at The Power Plant- pictures from March 22nd talk!
Decolonizing and Decriminalizing Trans Genres February 28, 2015 Here are some images from our day of celebration and critical discussion in Winnipeg last month: A great day spent with Ceyenne Doroshow, Imani Henry, Andrea Jenkins, Yasmeen Persad Dr. C. Riley Snorton, Saylesh Wesley and Trish Salah!Read More Decolonizing and Decriminalizing Trans Genres, 2015