ARTSIDEOUT 2018: Rebirth
Rebirth explores the journey towards healing and growth out of lived experiences in Scarborough. By reflecting on the stories that have shaped our identities, Rebirth provides a platform to express the resiliency of culture and diversity that continue to thrive in communities. Through the creation of interdisciplinary arts, we invite people from different walks of life to celebrate the next chapter of our stories.
ARTSIDEOUT (ASO) is a large-scale, one-day, multidisciplinary arts festival at the University of Toronto Scarborough. The festival transforms U of T Scarborough with site-specific installations, exhibitions, performances, and film screenings. ASO is a result of wide-ranging collaboration between student organizers from various disciplines, community organizations, and passionate artists.
The festival is open to the public and is FREE of admission!
ARTSIDEOUT is committed to making our events are safe and accessible to all. Our venue, the U of T Scarborough, is a physically accessible space. Information on campus accessibility can be found here https://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/~ability/campus_information.html
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JOIN US AT THE OPENING REMARKS!
Meeting Place | 11 AM
The Opening Remarks will introduce ARTSIDEOUT 2018: Rebirth in partnership with the Indigenous Outreach Program at the U of T Scarborough. After a brief opening remark, ARTSIDEOUT will share the space with the Indigenous Outreach Program to hold the annual Vigil for Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women.
GUIDED TOURS RUN THROUGHOUT THE DAY!
Doris McCarthy Gallery | 1PM, 3PM, 5PM, 7PM (times TBC)
Guided tours will take the audience to an intimate tour of festival installations and programming, lead by our volunteers and executive staff. All tours will begin at the Doris McCarthy Gallery and will be approximately 20 minutes in duration.