Arts and Culture programming celebrates the diverse culture of Toronto and invites students to explore the city and its culture. It also challenges students to take a deeper interest in the arts and discover the creative talents around them through events such as the Nuit Blanche scavenger hunt, music shows and photography lessons! Check out the Student Life Newsletter for updates!
Spirituality and Diversity programming encourages students to challenge not only their views of the world, but also of themselves.
Through the celebration of a plurality of cultures, orientations and opinions, this portfolio aims to foster greater ties throughout the community. On the agenda for this year are events such as Diwali celebrations, movie screenings with discussions and so much more. You won’t want to miss it!
On June 23rd, Innis College joined offices across UofT’s three campuses in the second annual #DisplayYourPride event! 120+ balloons later we are definitely feeling the Pride (and a little light-headed!). This event was organized by the UofT Positive Space Committee. Click here to learn more about their important work in bringing inclusivity to campus.
THURSDAY, APRIL 7TH
7PM – 10PM
University College, Junior Common Room
CALLING ALL CREATIVE MINDS!
The Spectatorial presents a FUN-draising event, in collaboration with The UC Gargoyle, to celebrate art and artists and the trials and tribulations they faced in becoming the artists they are today!
Do you write? Did you write? If so, The Spectatorial invite you to dredge up your most embarrassing past writing (angsty break-up poetry, deep teenage thoughts, Harry Potter fan-fiction…) to share with a bunch of people who definitely know where it came from – and have some of their own!
There will be a bake sale and FREE COFFEE and lots of other (super cool) things for sale that will raise money for the next issue of The Spectatorial. There is a pay-what-you-can admission: no one is turned away, but you will be entered into a raffle draw if you donate more than $2!
You can email email@example.com for a spot on the reader’s list, or message them on Facebook. You can find their Facebook page, and more information on the event here.
The February 2016 issue of Innis’ very own student newspaper is now available. Pick up your copy in the College or Residence today.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19TH @ 7PM
INNIS RESIDENCE, EVENTS ROOM
Can you sing? Dance? Play an instrument? Perform poetry? No matter what your talent is, come showcase it to the Innis community at this semester’s Harold’s House! Harold’s House is an open mic night hosted by ICSS and ECC. It will take place on November 19th at 7PM in the Innis Residence Events Room — refreshments will be available, so bring your friends, watch our amazing performers, and have a great time! If you’re interested in performing, sign up using this form. Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions regarding equipment (e.g., instruments, backing tracks). We hope to see you there!
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28TH @ 2PM
INNIS RESIDENCE LOBBY & DISTILLERY DISTRICT
Innis wants to take you to the Christmas Market!
Every year, Toronto’s historic Distillery District is transformed into a beautiful celebration of the Christmas season! There’s tons of unique vendors, lots of pretty lights, and plenty of entertainment! Take a break from studying, and get into the holiday spirit!
The entry fee is $5, but Arts & Culture will be providing the transportation. You can sign up here!