FRIDAY SCREENING STILL HAS ROOM AND IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
6:00 PM- OCADU100 McCaul Room 190
ART EXHIBITION – FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Beaver Hall Gallery
12:00 – 6:00 Monday March 3rd to Saturday March 8th 29 McCaul
Register for the waiting list here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/feminist-art-conference-2014-tickets-10510568393
If you require any accessibility accommodations please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
FAC is looking for volunteers to help facilitate the day: we need greeters, people to direct attendees, photographers, video-graphers, Q and A mic runners, and tech savy people to trouble shoot during the panels – email us at email@example.com if you can help!
We are so excited to announce that d’bi young will be our Key Note speaker at FAC this year!
d’bi. is an internationally celebrated African-Jamaican-Canadian dubpoet, monodramatist and educator. She is the published author of two collections of poetry, eight plays, two dubpoetry albums, and The Sankofa Trilogy. d’bi. is the recipient of two Dora Mavor Moore Awards, the K.M. Hunter Theatre Award, Toronto Mayor’s Arts Council Award, the Women of Resilience Award and The Canadian Poet of Honor Award. She is the Artistic Director of YEMOYA International Artist Residency and the originator of the personal development methodology called SORPLUSI. d’bi. is also the Program Designer and Facilitator of the Arts, Activism and AIDS Academy – a recent project of the Stephen Lewis Foundation. Her storytelling has taken her to Africa, the Caribbean, South Asia, North America, Europe and the United Nations, where she has shared her passion for equality and integrity with all whom she meets.