Monday, February 13, 2017 | 7 PM | FREE
Small World Music Centre | Artscape Youngplace, 180 Shaw Street

In this edition of our ongoing series of dynamic cross-disciplinary conversations, we will explore how the Women’s March – in cities around the world – galvanized intersectional expressions of resistance, and how artists and arts workers are building on this momentum and translating this energy into meaningful action, through collaborative and collective work. We don’t have the answers, but rather we wish to engage in an exchange of ideas about what comes next, and what each of us can do to push back.

Joining us for this onstage conversation are: Toni Ellwand, Allegra Fulton, Dale Hamilton, Aida Jordao, Sophie Kohn, Sarah Neville and Heather Nicol – all of whom participated in the Women’s March on Washington last month. With live performances from members of the Special Interest Group – songs of protest and hope.

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Koffler Salon is an eclectic evening of art, ideas, conversation and drinks. Enjoy special evening access to the Koffler Gallery – an opportunity to check out our current exhibition, Leopold Plotek: No Work, Nor Device, Nor Knowledge, Nor Wisdom.

7 PM: Koffler Gallery doors open (wine/beer – cash bar)
7:15 – 8:45 PM: onstage performances, readings + conversation in Small World Music Centre
8:45 PM: audience is invited to continue informal conversations in the Koffler Gallery