CRITICAL SOUP


CRITICAL SOUP (CS) is a student-run healthy, delicious and free dinner option and an interdisciplinary art initiative

 
DateWednesday, February 24, 2016 - 12:00am to 3:00am

Location

That Place at the Second Floor, OCAD U

Please join us for our first CRITICAL SOUP, on Tuesday Feb 23, from 7 pm to 10 pm, at That Place at the Second Floor, OCAD U. 

CRITICAL SOUP (CS) is a student-run healthy, delicious and free dinner option and an interdisciplinary art initiative that opens a space for dialogue about the devastating impacts of Canadian extractive companies in communities and territories of periphery nations. 

CS welcomes OCAD U students, alumni, staff, faculty and peers to share food and be engaged in building a community that looks critically and acts responsibly in relation to the current politics of food. 

On our first event, members of Mining Injustice Solidarity Network will be sharing their experience and facilitating critical dialogues about social and environmental Justice. 

 

We want to send huge thanks to all the project supporters and collaborators.

CRITICAL SOUP was made possible with the collaboration the Art and Social Change Student Committee, the Indigenous Student Association and the generous support of Indigenous Visual Culture Office, Office of Diversity, Equity and Sustainability Initiatives, Faculty of Art, Art and Social Change Program, and OCAD U Student Union.

 



Poster with soup can
DateWednesday, February 24, 2016 - 12:00am to 3:00am

Website Location

That Place at the Second Floor, OCAD U

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Poster with soup can
Wednesday, February 24, 2016 - 12:00am to 3:00am

Please join us for our first CRITICAL SOUP, on Tuesday Feb 23, from 7 pm to 10 pm, at That Place at the Second Floor, OCAD U. 

CRITICAL SOUP (CS) is a student-run healthy, delicious and free dinner option and an interdisciplinary art initiative that opens a space for dialogue about the devastating impacts of Canadian extractive companies in communities and territories of periphery nations. 

CS welcomes OCAD U students, alumni, staff, faculty and peers to share food and be engaged in building a community that looks critically and acts responsibly in relation to the current politics of food. 

On our first event, members of Mining Injustice Solidarity Network will be sharing their experience and facilitating critical dialogues about social and environmental Justice. 

 

We want to send huge thanks to all the project supporters and collaborators.

CRITICAL SOUP was made possible with the collaboration the Art and Social Change Student Committee, the Indigenous Student Association and the generous support of Indigenous Visual Culture Office, Office of Diversity, Equity and Sustainability Initiatives, Faculty of Art, Art and Social Change Program, and OCAD U Student Union.

 

Venue & Address: 
That Place at the Second Floor, OCAD U
Poster with soup can
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