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Who Are We as Canadians?

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The first episode of Golden Hour, curated by Luminato Artist in Residence Travis Knights, introduces the question "Who are we as Canadians?" and challenges mythologies of Canadian culture.Presented through the lens of local artists, Golden Hour invites these creative minds to answer "Who are we?" by revealing their lives, rituals and art.    Presented in four episodes, season one of Golden Hour is… Continue reading Who Are We as Canadians?

CRIP COLLAB

CRIP COLLAB is a collaborative zine featuring artists who belong to all three of these fantastic communities: Disabled, Racialized and 2SLGBTQ+. This zine is curated by a multiply disabled, chronically ill, cancer survivor named Pree Rehal.   View Last Year's Issue How do we imagine the futurities when our lived realities as Disabled/crip/mad/chronically ill folks are compounded… Continue reading CRIP COLLAB

CRIP COLLAB

CRIP COLLAB is a collaborative zine featuring artists who belong to all three of these fantastic communities: Disabled, Racialized and 2SLGBTQ+. This zine is curated by a multiply disabled, chronically ill, cancer survivor named Pree Rehal.   View Last Year's Issue How do we imagine the futurities when our lived realities as Disabled/crip/mad/chronically ill folks are compounded… Continue reading CRIP COLLAB

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Golden Hour – What is Canada?

Available on demand until August 1, 2021. Online https://luminatofestival.neme.tv/ What is Canada? is the second episode of Golden Hour, as curated by Djennie Laguerre. This episode focuses on how folklore and mythology shapes a culture's moral codes. What are the stories we tell ourselves? How does that work with understanding who we are as Canadians?… Continue reading Golden Hour – What is Canada?

Tales from the G20

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Film Tales from the G20 - In June 2010, leaders from the twenty largest economies met in Toronto with representatives of corporate interests to discuss the policies that would shape the world for everyone else. Exclusion zones, overlapping layers of security fencing and an estimated 25,000 police and military personnel transformed the downtown area into… Continue reading Tales from the G20

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