June 24th | West Coast Sounds: Pura Fé and Friends
Full Circle: First Nations Productions, co-presented by Coastal Jazz (Vancouver) | More info
Revel in Indigenous talent with multi-award winning composer and performer Sandy Scofield, Christielee Charles' Musqueam language Hip Hop, and so much more.
Discounted Tickets Available.
Now - June 25th | Rain on the Parade
Presented by The Villains Theatre & Neptune Theatre (Halifax) | More info
An incendiary new musical that follows the survivors of the Chronus Theatre Fire as they attempt to remount a mysterious, potentially-cursed play.
Virtual Performance: Live streamed on Saturday, June 24 at 7:30pm ADT. To sign up for this performance, visit this webpage.
June 25th | Intro to Access Riders and Guides
InterAccess (Online) | More info
In this introductory workshop, Salima Punjani will guide participants through starting or developing access riders and access guides with a series of individual and group activities.
Free Event. Live Captions. Transcripts.
If you have any questions about the workshop or require additional support, please contact us at email@example.com.
June 25th | Pride Tea Dance
Buddies in Bad Times Theatre (Toronto) | More info
Located just off the parade route, stop by the cabaret between 1 - 6pm EDT to rest, hydrate and toast the end of the season and throw it back to Sissy Saturdays with music byDJ Lushus Lix.
June 28th | Virtual Networking
RespectAbility (Online) | More info
Engage in intimate conversations centred on amplifying authentic Disabled narratives. After registering, you will receive a Google form to choose which topic(s) interest you. Registration for these networking groups closes today (Friday, June 23), so don't forget to reserve a spot!
ASL Interpretation. Captions. Free Event.
June 28th | millennial line
Massy Arts Society (Vancouver) | More info
A comedy and poetry show featuring an all star line up of QTBIPOC poets and comedians, and other creative professionals.
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.
June 29th | Promoting Your Events
Cuture Days (Online) | More info
This webinar will provide strategies on how to define your audience and how to find them, engage with them, and get them excited about your Culture Days events!
Free Event. Live Captions.
If you have any questions or accessibility requests, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 30th | Describer Café: Blind Narrators and Representation in Descriptive Video
VocalEye (Online) | More info
This month's session features Blind audio description narrators Aman Gill and Fern Lulham, who will share their experiences and the importance of representation in this career.
June 30th | Kitchen Potluck
fu-GEN Theatre (Toronto) | More info
This long-standing tradition for fu-GEN is a great way to witness excerpts of some new and brilliant works, followed by a delicious potluck for everyone. Come and celebrate some awesome Asian Canadian playwrights and their projects in development.
July 3rd - 14th | Accessibility in Dance
Dancemakers (Toronto/Online) | More info
After engaging in a series of research residences over the last year and a half, artist-researchers Ravyn Wngz, Ange Loft, Pam Tzeng and Shaista Latif are offering a series of public sharing sessions featuring what they learned.
To discuss access needs, please be in touch email@example.com.
July 4th - 8th | we are what we care for
Gallery TPW (Toronto) | More info
A week-long symposium that brings together artists, curators and arts workers to explore modalities of care and their potential to transform how we might work together.
ASL Interpretation. Free Event. Live Stream.
On Resistance: This program (July 4 7-9pm EDT) will have live ASL interpretation available.
On Access: This workshop (July 6 from 4-6pm EDT) will have live ASL interpretation. This session will also be available to livestream.
July 15th | Halo Halo! Filipinx Mix Mixer
rice & beans theatre (Vancouver) | More info
The night will start with a reading of a multilingual work "Bien Facil" by Karla Comanda, followed by an audience/artist discussion. Folks will end the evening with a karaoke party--come out and enjoy live entertainment, free food, an opportunity to connect with community!
ASL Interpretation. Free Event.
Livestream Tickets: Available for the reading of "Bien Facil" by Karla Comanda taking place at 7:30pm PT on July 15. The rest of the event will be in-person.
Now - July 22nd | Stay With Me
CAFKA (Kitchener & Waterloo Area) | More info
The 2023 installations are a declarative, yet vulnerable and tender invitation that beckons us to pause, reflect and come together – not only around the discourses, ruptures and speculative possibilities in the artworks that will be presented – but also with each other.
Now - July 29th | Tasting Notes
Western Front (Vancouver) | More info
This is a solo exhibition of work by Sol Hashemi that brings together a selection of photographs and objects used, modified, and reconfigured by the artist in his ongoing experimentation with brewing.
Now - August 6th | Beautiful: The Carole King Musical
Arts Club Theatre (Vancouver) | More info
Witness the inspiring true story of King’s rise to stardom—from her teens in a songwriting duo to her triumph as a solo artist with the chart-busting platinum album Tapestry.This rousing show features unforgettable classics by King and her contemporaries.
Audio Described Performance: VocalEye description at the Sunday, July 2 at 2pm PDT and Friday, July 7 at 8pm PDT shows.