Richard Fung in a roundtable discussion on Queering Family Photography


Join renowned artist Sunil Gupta (UK), acclaimed filmmaker Richard Fung (Canada) and prominent Two-Spirited activist Albert McLeod in conversation with co-curators Elspeth Brown and Thy Phu for a roundtable discussion on the occasion of the Queering Family Photography and Friends and Lovers

 
DateThursday, April 26, 2018 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm

Cost

A free public event

Website

http://familycameranetwork.org/new-events/

Location

University of Toronto, Hart House East Common Room Toronto, ON

Queering Family Photography 

University of Toronto, Hart House East Common Room

Thursday April 26, 5-7pm

A free public event

Join renowned artist Sunil Gupta (UK), acclaimed filmmaker Richard Fung (Canada) and prominent Two-Spirited activist Albert McLeod in conversation with co-curators Elspeth Brown and Thy Phu for a roundtable discussion on the occasion of the Queering Family Photography and Friends and Lovers, on view at the Stephen Bulger Gallery 1356 Dundas St W, Toronto as a featured exhibition in the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.

http://familycameranetwork.org/new-events/

Upcoming Events

familycameranetwork.org

THE FAMILY CAMERA NETWORK is a partnership that explores the relationship between family photography and the idea of family. We are launching a community archive project that will collect family photographs and their stories.



poster for Queering Family Photography roundtable event
DateThursday, April 26, 2018 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm

Cost

A free public event

Website

http://familycameranetwork.org/new-events/

Location

University of Toronto, Hart House East Common Room Toronto, ON

The Journal of Visual & Critical Studies collects and celebrates some of the best undergraduate academic exhibition and performance reviews, critical essays, and thesis abstracts at OCAD University. Contributors will be invited to the Journal’s launch as a part of GradEx 2019. Submission deadline: Friday, February 8th, 2019.
Robotic Printing -- On a global scale, cross-disciplinary research to leverage the full potential of digital fabrication and applications of robotics are at the forefront of design. Design researchers and creative scholars are increasingly investigating integrated design and robotic control methods for applications in on-site digital fabrication and bespoke digital prefabrication, to reimagine the possibilities of interiors, architecture, and design.
How to Breathe Forever is an exhibition that underlines the importance and interconnectedness of air, animals, coral, humans, insects, land, plants and water.
Free public reception of Onsite Gallery's newest exhibition, How to Breathe Forever
In this exhibition OCAD U Industrial Design students explore what collaborative, investigative, people-first, ground-up approaches show what we might do to better design our world, recognize and facilitate our personal and physical needs and enable us all to be important contributors to participants in our city, society and culture.
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 17, 5-7 pm
The new OCAD U Creative Professionals-In-Residence program is a mentorship initiative created to support the career success of current OCAD U students and recent alumni. This winter’s residents are Jessica Leong and Basil AlZeri.
"Until the Last Breath" by Illustration student Debbie Woo is exhibiting her work in this upcoming group show.
DTAH is excited to participate as a venue for DesignTO Festival 2019. From January 18-27, visit our studio at 50 Park Road in Toronto to see window art installation "Skeleton" by artist Chung-Im Kim.
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Thursday, April 26, 2018 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm

Queering Family Photography 

University of Toronto, Hart House East Common Room

Thursday April 26, 5-7pm

A free public event

Join renowned artist Sunil Gupta (UK), acclaimed filmmaker Richard Fung (Canada) and prominent Two-Spirited activist Albert McLeod in conversation with co-curators Elspeth Brown and Thy Phu for a roundtable discussion on the occasion of the Queering Family Photography and Friends and Lovers, on view at the Stephen Bulger Gallery 1356 Dundas St W, Toronto as a featured exhibition in the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.

http://familycameranetwork.org/new-events/

Upcoming Events

familycameranetwork.org

THE FAMILY CAMERA NETWORK is a partnership that explores the relationship between family photography and the idea of family. We are launching a community archive project that will collect family photographs and their stories.

Venue & Address: 
University of Toronto, Hart House East Common Room Toronto, ON
Website: 
http://familycameranetwork.org/new-events/
Cost: 
A free public event
poster for Queering Family Photography roundtable event
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