Date: Tuesday, November 20, 2018 | 7-9pm Location: Project Gallery Queen Location | 1151 Queen Street East (This is a pop-up contemporary art gallery run by Project Gallery in the former 7/11). Facebook Event Page | Eventbrite Cost: FREE Black to the Future is an evening…
Writers! Put down your pens and join East End Arts at our Writers’ Mix & Mingle on Saturday, September 15 from 7-9pm at St. Matthew's Clubhouse for an evening of performance, food, and conversation. Featuring a reading by Sofia Mostaghimi, Managing Fiction Editor at Broken Pencil Magazine. Part of the Weekend of Words.
Writing Our Stories is a free zine-making workshop presented by East End Arts and facilitated by Trinidadian-Canadian writer, playwright, filmmaker, and community-engaged artist Fiona Raye Clarke. Make individual zines through a process of timed writing exercises, sharing, positive feedback, and art-making.
IndigenousNOW is an evening of storytelling and performance, featuring the work of talented, emerging Indigenous writers. Hosted by drum talk poet rapologist Mahlikah Awe:ri Enml'ga't Saqama'sgw (The Woman Who Walks In The Light), IndigenousNOW celebrates and showcases the heart, words, and voices of emerging Indigenous writers.
Toronto's arts community comes together for #DanforthStrong as North York Arts gifts their Toronto Love Project to the Danforth community. Visit the East End Arts tent at Dusk Dances in Withrow Park to fill out a heart with messages for the community. These hearts will be added to the final installation and displayed throughout the Fall.
Interested in visual art and murals? Are you looking for opportunities to learn more about outdoor mural-making this summer? Join East End Arts and muralists Monica Wickeler and Bareket Kezwer for Girls Mural Camp, a three-week summer program for youth between the ages of 14-19 who self-identify as young women. Apply by August 9!
You’ve written something, and now you’re looking to perform! Be Brave On Stage is a free workshop designed to address the needs of writers working across all genres. Join slam coach and theatre director Charlie Petch on Monday, July 16 from 6-8:30pm at Crow's Theatre and develop your public reading and performance skills, and feel brave and confident sharing your work in front of an audience.
Art MEETS is a series of eight FREE art-making workshops presented by East End Arts during July and August at St. Matthew's Clubhouse. Led by talented and engaging arts facilitators, each workshop offers an opportunity to learn a new art skill, have fun, and find new and creative ways for self expression.
Let go of judgement and critical thinking with art at Art MEETS: Expressing Emotions in Paint on Saturday, July 21 from 1-4pm at St. Matthew's Clubhouse. Experiment with expressionist painting using your emotions and mindfulness as your guide, and produce a piece of artwork that expresses unique parts of yourself in an encouraging environment.
Experiment, explore, and focus on process over product at Art MEETS: Exploring Collage on Saturday, July 14, from 1-4pm at St. Matthew's Clubhouse. Pull images and text from a collection of magazines, maps, books, and other materials provided, then deconstruct them into fragments and reassemble them into new artistic works!
Create unique and stunning effects using watercolour at Art MEETS: Watercolour Painting Hacks on Saturday, July 7 from 1-4pm at St. Matthew's Clubhouse. Using everyday household items, produce a series of miniature watercolour paintings. Explore a wide variety of watercolour techniques to create different effects, including wax resist, splatter, blotting, and stencils.
Join East End Arts for the Opening Reception of SELF Youth Visual Arts, a group exhibition featuring the work of eight talented youth artists on June 23 from 12-3pm at AccessPoint on Danforth. Meet the artists, learn more about their incredible work, and celebrate with a light lunch and refreshments!
Creative Facilitation Camp supports artists, arts facilitators, and arts & culture workers in their creative facilitation skills. Register to attend this two-day professional development series on May 26 & 27 at St. Matthew's Clubhouse. Co-presented by East End Arts and Scarborough Arts in association with PYE Global.