The Gathering

Celebrating 10 years of showcasing, convening and supporting equity and pluralism in the Arts

May 27-29, 2019
in Aki Studio

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Cultural Pluralism in the Arts Movement Ontario (CPAMO) celebrates its 10th year anniversary with a gathering of over 45 artists and 56 arts organizations over four days (May 21st at Nia Center for the Arts; May 27th to 29th at Aki Studio).

The Gathering will feature a series of panels and showcases highlighting Indigenous, racialized, the Deaf, disabled and other marginalized groups’ arts practices. For more information, visit www.cpamo.org.


MONDAY, MAY 27

10:00 AM—12:00 PM @ Regent Park Film Festival (2nd Floor)
A Convening of Choreographers
General Admission $10

2:30 PM—6:00 PM
Writers in Conversation
General Admission $10

7:30—9:00 PM (Doors open at 7:00 PM)
Performance I
Sashar Zarif, Carmen Romero, Mateo Galindo Torres, MT Space
General Admission $20, Students $15


TUESDAY, MAY 28

2:00—6:00 PM @ CSI Room 2
Conversations with Local Arts Services Organizations
General Admission $10

2:00—6:00 PM
Staging Change, A Conversation on Diversity in Dance

General Admission $10

7:30—9:00 PM (Doors open at 7:00 PM)
Performance II
Newton Mores Dance, The Seat Next to the King, Nova Dance
General Admission $20, Students $15


WEDNESDAY, MAY 29

1:00—4:30 PM @ CSI Room 2
A Conversation on Disabilities and Artistic Practice
General Admission $10

2:00—6:00 PM
Indigenous Acts Activism

General Admission $10

7:30—9:00 PM (Doors open at 7:00 PM)
Gala Performance, Fundraising Event & After Party
Das Faggot Mascheifet, Red Slam Collective, KasheDance,
Sampradaya Dance Creations
General Admission $30, Students $25


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Purchases made online or by telephone are by credit card only.
At the door payments accepted by cash, debit, VISA and Mastercard.
Box Office Telephone: 416-531-1402
Email: boxoffice[at]nativeearth.ca
More information on ticket pick-up here.


Cultural Pluralism in the Arts Movement Ontario (CPAMO) is a movement of Indigenous and racialized artists engaged in empowering the arts communities of Ontario. CPAMO seeks to open opportunities for Indigenous and racialized professionals and organizations to build capacity through access and working relationships with cultural institutions across Ontario that will result in constructive relationships with Indigenous and racialized professionals and organizations. Learn more.