Lost Words: Illustration Workshop With Frizz Kid

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Consent Comes First Ryerson says
Join our artist in residence Frizz Kid to create ‘zine about consent, healing and resistant to sexual violence on campus.

We are hosting a series of FREE art making workshops for the Ryerson Community. The zine will be launched as a part of the Sexual Assault RoadShow, a pop-up participatory art gallery that will be on Gould Street during Social Justice week. We’ll bring the craft supplies, you bring the feels. We support a diversity of crafts (nail art, embroidery, knitting, collages).

October 17th 6 - 8, Jorgeson 1410
October 19th 12:00 - 2:00pm (Layton Room (55 Gould St.)
Ryerson Student Campus Centre
October 26th 6 - 8:00 pm

All genders welcome
Wheelchair accessible
Food will be provided
Child-minding available upon 48 hour request

The organisers strive to create accessible and inclusive spaces for its members. If we require additional accommodations to ensure your participation, please e-mail equity@rsuonline.ca

Want to submit to our collaborative ‘zine on healing? You can email your short stories, comics, drawing, pictures and illustrations to osvse@ryerson.ca. Submission date: October 15th 2016 ovse@ryerson.ca

Artist bio: Hana Shafi a.k.a Frizz Kid is a freelance journalist and illustrator based out of Toronto. Her art focuses around themes of feminism, bodily autonomy, mental health, and healing from trauma. She spends her time ranting online, doodling, and re-watching Lord of The Rings.

The workshops are a collaboration between: The Office of Sexual Violence Support and Education, Centre for Women and Trans People, Ryerson Student Union, The Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion and the Sexual Assault Roadshow.

Sexual Assault: The Roadshow is a pop-up participatory art gallery in a shipping container. The retrofitted, glass fronted container will travel on a flatbed truck to 15 cities/areas in Ontario over a three year period. At each stop, local artists will work with anti-violence experts and community participants to create, curate and exhibit art that “talks back” to sexual assault. Recently, there has been unprecedented dialogue and awareness about the crime and sexual violence generally. Sexual Assault: The Roadshow will serve as work and exhibition space for multiple art forms that will further that dialogue in creative, community based and transformative ways. We are a project by sexual assault activist Jane Doe and artist/activist Lillian Allen. It is funded by the Ontario Arts Council and sponsored by VTape | The source for video and new media.
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By: Consent Comes First Ryerson

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