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!
Join the NSA for an end-of-year celebration with live music, delicious Indigenous food, dancing, and socialising! All are welcome!
LOCATION: Kruger Hall, inside Woodsworth College
TIME: Doors open at 4:30, event wraps up at 6:30
This is a FREE event!
The first 40 guests will receive meal tickets for a delicious, catered, Indigenous dinner, served at 5pm. Further refreshments for all guests will also be provided.
We will also have medicine teachings and an opportunity to make your own medicine pouch! We are grateful to have elder Andrew Wesley at our event to provide ceremony.
Check out more info HERE
The Sexual & Gender Diversity Office is hosting our annual End-of- Year Cupcake Social next Thursday, April 6 th from 2 – 4 pm in suites 416-417 at 21 Sussex Avenue.
Who: Students, staff and faculty
What: Celebrate a great year together with good music, delicious cupcakes (vegan and gluten free options too) and great conversation!
Find more info on Facebook!
Thursday, March 30 | 6-8pm | William Doo Auditorium
Showcasing and celebrating diversity at U of T, feat. local artists & performers.
Cinema Studies Institute, Women and Gender Institute, & Innis College Present: “Isaac Julien: Artist Talk”
Known for his poetic and visually arresting moving image works, Issac Julien’s oeuvre queries issues of globalization and mobilities within a geopolitical aesthetic frame.
Friday, March 31, 2017
Innis Town Hall
**This event is free, and open to the public**
INSIDE PEACE is a documentary about three criminal offenders marked by generations of violence, addiction and bad choices. They attend a Peace Class in a Texas prison and rediscover their humanity, struggle to improve their outlook on life, and rebuild their lives from the inside out.
Thursday, March 30, 2017
Innis Town Hall