Night of Ideas 2020
January 25, 2020 from 5 pm – 2 am
Presented in partnership with the the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in Canada and Hart House, Night of Ideas: Being Alive will bring together a dynamic mix of international thinkers, philosophers, artists, and activists to explore what it means to be alive in the multiplicities of the body and the entanglements of identity.
Join us for an evening of free lectures, performances, workshops, and screenings and be part of a global art event simultaneously taking place in 50 cities. Speakers include: writer, philosopher, curator, and queer and trans-activist Paul B. Preciado; anthropobiologist Judith Nicogossian; French novelist Emma Becker; author of podcast Les Couilles sur la Table (Balls on the Table) Victoire Tuaillon; and queer crip theorists and activists Dr. Ben Barry and Dr. Loree Erickson.
Film screenings featuring works by Dr. Loree Erickson and Kent Monkman, performances by RARE Theatre and Au Nom de la Danse, and a workshop and performance by the Legendary House Mother Snoopy of the Kiki House of Disney and dancers from the Toronto Kiki Ballroom Alliance are also not to be missed.
Read more about the participants here.
Art Museum at the University of Toronto
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FREE ADMISSION & ALL AGES!