Dis/Play

This project features disabled people telling their own stories through narrative and visual art, woven into a 10 minute multi-media piece that will be projected onto exterior building walls.

Type of Exhibition: Art

We are so excited for Dis/Play, a ReelAbilities Film Festival public arts project that shines a light on 50+ Disabled creatives as part of ArtWorxTO: Toronto’s Year of Public Art! This project features disabled people telling their own stories through narrative and visual art, woven into a 10 minute multi-media piece that will be projected onto exterior building walls between Nov. 12th-27th, 2021.

Project Sites:

Walmer Road Baptist Church (in partnership with TAS)

188 Lowther Ave.

November 12-15

Showings each night at 7:15pm, 8:00pm, 8:45pm

Artscape Wychwood Barns

76 Wychwood Avenue

November 16-18

Showings each night at 7:15pm, 8:00pm, 8:45pm

Miles Nadal JCC

750 Spadina Avenue

November 24-27

Showings each night at 7:15pm, 8:00pm, 8:45pm

Presented by:

A Kultura Collective Member

In partnership with

ReelAbilities Film Festival, ArtWorxTO

Start Date:

November 12, 2021

End Date:

November 27, 2021

Showings each night at 7:15pm, 8:00pm, 8:45pm

Downtown Toronto

Miles Nadal JCC, 750 Spadina Avenue
November 24-27

Accessibility

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