July 7th - 9th | Elements Within Us
Sol Express, Toronto Fringe Festival (Toronto) | More info
An original show created collaboratively and featuring the lived experience of performers with and without disabilities. This performance features movement, poetry and scenes that reflect on connections to the four elements: fire, earth, air and water.
ASL Interpretation. Relaxed Performance.
ASL Interpreted Performance: Friday, July 7 at 5:45pm ET by Gaitrie Persaud.
Relaxed Performance: Saturday, July 8 at 4:45pm ET.
Now - July 14th | ᐁᐧᐢᑫᐧᐱᑖᑲᐣ [wîskwêpitâkan] – Sacred Bundle
Kickstart Disability Arts & Culture, Pendulum Gallery (Vancouver)| More info
Adele ᒪᐢᑿᓱᐤᐏᐢᑵᐤ Arseneau has created an exhibit that places grief and celebration in devastating symmetry. These “Sacred Bundles”– one for every school named in the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement – nestled in the soft fur of reclaimed traditionally tanned animal hides - return sacred Indigenous children to the land from which they were stolen.
Now - July 29th | It’s a Circus in There
Art Gallery of Bancroft (Bancroft) | More info
This installation is built around Tabula Rasa and the Seats of Privilege. From materials and construction, the artist aspires to increase awareness and understanding of our nature.
The Art Gallery of Bancroft is partially accessible. If you have any questions about accessibility accommodations, please call (613) 332-1542 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now - August 17th | Ghost the Musical
Chemainus Theatre Festival (Chemainus) | More info
Adapted from the hit film, Ghost The Musical follows Sam and Molly, a young couple whose connection takes a shocking turn after Sam‘s untimely death. The bond of love transcends all challenges as Sam, trapped between two worlds, refuses to leave Molly though she is in grave danger.
Relaxed Performance: Thursday, August 3 at 2pm PT.
Now - November 12th | Emergence: A Recent Gift of Indigenous Art
Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen's University (Kingston) | More info
This exhibition highlights important early and mid-career works of art by contemporary Indigenous artists from across Turtle Island, North and South. These works provide a cohesive vision of the approaches and concerns of artists working in the 1970s.
For inquiries on access, please call (613) 533-2190 or email email@example.com.
July 11th | Centering and Practicing Disability Justice
Sins Invalid (Online) | More info
This interactive workshop invites participants into a deep dive to understand the praxis of Disability Justice. Participants will leave this workshop with concrete action items about how to bring Disability Justice praxis into their work while centering the needs of all body-minds.
ASL Interpretation. Live Captions. Pay What You Can Tickets.
July 13th | Access Journey for the Event Organizer
Culture Days, Creative Connector (Online) | More info
This webinar will feature guest speakers from Creative Connector and aims to equip event organizers with knowledge and approaches on how to offer inclusive and accessible arts and culture programming in their communities.
ASL Interpretation. Captions. Free Event.
If you have any questions or accessibility requests, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
July 15th | Toronto Disability Pride March
Toronto Disability Pride (Toronto/Online) | More info
The march aims to promote a cross-disability atmosphere, while also recognizing the impacts of racism, colonialism, classism, gender oppression, homophobia, and sanism on disabled people. The disability movement is strongest in a harmony of voices, not one homogeneous voice—join the march!
ASL Interpretation. Free Event. Live Stream.
Accessible vans will be available. Virtual live feed of the event will be available to watch on Toronto Disability Pride March's Facebook and Instagram.
July 15th | Connecting Through Art: Inclusive Workshop
The Connect Project, Ingenium (Ottawa) | More info
You're invited to an interactive art workshop led by artists Jenelle Rouse and Kanika Gupta. Join them in exploring the transformative power of art in fostering inclusive communication!
ASL Interpretation. Free Event.
Contact email@example.com for any accommodation requests.
July 15th | Brampton Summer Artist Market & Concert
City of Brampton (Brampton) | More info
A wide variety of Brampton artists and arts organizations will be waiting to meet you and show off their one-of-a-kind works. Shop for yourself or find the perfect gift, all while being serenaded by music performed by local musicians!
July 18th, 26th & 31st | Disability Pride Event Series
University of Arizona's Disability Cultural Center (Online) | More info
You're invited to celebrate Disability Pride Month. Tune in online for various hangouts and screenings, and build community with other disabled folks!
ASL by Request. Free Event. Live Captions
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to request ASL interpretation, or other additional needs.
July 19th | A History of Burning by Janika Oza in conversation with Brandon Wint
Massy Arts Society (Vancouver) | More info
A History of Burning is a profoundly moving debut novel spanning India, Uganda, England, and Canada, about how one act of survival reverberates across generations of a family and their search for a place of their own.
ASL by Request. Discounted Tickets Available
For more on accessibility including parking, seating, venue measurements and floor plan, and how to request ASL interpretation please visit: massyarts.com/accessibility.
July 22nd | Tree Song Workshops
Ottawa Valley Community Arts (Ottawa) | More info
Join vocal artists for a walk in the woods to experience a collaboration of voice and forest sounds. Play with sounds and words in nature! No experience or prior knowledge necessary.
Email Anya at email@example.com to register. These workshops take place in forest settings and require varying levels of accessibility. Please contact Anya regarding accessibility concerns.