Opening Reception: Wednesday February 5, 6 – 9 pm
A choreographed collaboration including work by current IAMD grad student Jp King
The Centre for Incidental Activisms #2 is a choreographed collaboration between social organizer/visual artist Maggie Flynn, dancer/choreographer Ame Henderson, writer/"paper pusher" Jp King, and the interdisciplinary collective Terrarea (Janis Demkiw, Emily Hogg, Olia Mishchenko) with a series of special projects by spoken word artist/activist The M.A.D. Poet (aka Melissa A. Dean), visual artist/educator Mark "Kurupt" Stoddart and Jane-Finch youth from Success Beyond Limits.
CIA #2 is the second in a series of experimental exhibition projects that re-envision a different role and function for the gallery space. Over the next two months, projects are developed in the gallery through hands-on "studio-based" explorations, workshops, screenings, hosted events, guerilla publishing, and other convivial encounters with individuals and groups
Wednesday, February 5, 6 – 9 pm: OPENING RECEPTION of CIA #2!
Ride out there on The Performance Bus with Derek and Wayne Liddington and join us from 6-9 pm for the opening reception of the Centre For Incidental Activisms #2 and If We Ruled The World with artists: Maggie Flynn, Ame Henderson, Jp King, Terrarea (Janis Demkiw, Emily Hogg, Olia Mishchenko), The M.A.D. Poet (aka Melissa A. Dean), Mark "Kurupt" Stoddart and Jane-Finch youth from Success Beyond Limits.Wednesday
February 26, 5 – 8 pm
At this live publication day, Maggie Flynn and JP King look at approaches to publishing that allow for flexibility in editions, volumes, series, and other publication structures.