Lectures For The End Of The World(s): Wanda Nanibush

Saturdays and Sundays at 1 p.m., from Sept 17 to 25
West Island of Ontario Place

Onsite [at] Ocadu presents a four part speaker series that asks us to consider what is worth discussing, sharing and exploring in a post-apocalyptic state?

Full schedule of speakers: http://www2.ocadu.ca/event/18187/lectures-for-the-end-of-the-worlds

Jordon Veira / Lectures for the End of the World(s)
Gabriel Allahdua / Lectures for the End of the World(s)
Rouzbeh Akhbari / Lectures for the End of the World(s)

Presented as part of in/future: a transformative art experience, a multidisciplinary arts and music festival presented by Art Spin and Small World Music Festival. The inaugural festival will reimagine Ontario Place and the West Island through arts-based programming to activate the 14-acre waterfront park from September 15 to 25. Visit infuture.ca for tickets.

Wanda Nanibush is an Anishinaabe-kwe image and word warrior, curator and community organizer from Beausoleil First Nation. Nanibush is the first curator of Indigenous art at the Art Gallery of Ontario and teaches graduate courses at OISE, University of Toronto. Her book Violence No More (Arp Press), as well as an anthology of Indigenous curatorial writing, will be published in 2016. Nanibush is finishing a documentary on Gerald Vizenor and an experimental film on Indigenous resistance. She has a master’s degree in visual studies from the University of Toronto.

in/future: a transformative art experience, is a multidisciplinary arts and music festival presented by Art Spin and Small World Music. This unique 11 day festival from September 15 to 25 will transform the 14 acres of Ontario Place's West Island with arts programming including indoor and outdoor spaces as well as the iconic Cinesphere. Programming highlights include site-specific projects by over 40 contemporary artists, workshops, lectures, daily musical performances on the Small World Music Stage, special film & video programs in Cinesphere combining archived IMAX films from the 70s and 80s with contemporary works and live audio visual performances. For more information regarding tickets and schedule visit www.infuture.ca.