What The F? Feminist Art From The Margins And Intersections

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A Feminist Art Conference satellite show in collaboration with SKETCH: What the F? Feminist Art from the Margins and Intersections


Crossroads/XRoads Gallery
HNES 283, York University, Keele Campus

This exhibition is a satellite exhibition running alongside the 2017 Feminist Art Conference: Embodied Resistance.

Featuring visual art by Chris Cruz, Amber Williams-King, Maanii Oakes, Luyos, Lydia Hernandez, Kamika Peters, Prosoma Punch, Angie Kamal, Opola Karim, Meek Adrik

Music, audio, spoken word, and performance work by Brigid Liang, Kate Zen, Gloria O'koye, Ekelle Official, Renee Ashanta Henry, Nigel Edwards

Media and film by Cody Escuyos, Samay Arcentales, Lissette Erika Perez, Bailey Syriah, and Nakisha Millien.


SKETCH is a community-arts-development initiative based in Toronto engaging young people homeless and on the margins, ages 16-29, from across Canada. SKETCH creates equitable opportunities for diverse young people to experience the transformative power of the arts; to develop their leadership and self-sufficiency; and to cultivate social and environmental change through the arts. sketch.ca

The Feminist Art Conference Toronto is a grassroots, not for profit, volunteered-based organization. While we actively seek and engage in a variety of partnerships, FAC functions as an independent base, not specifically affiliated with any corporation, university or non-governmental organization. FAC aims to showcase like-minded, multi-disciplinary art including: visual art, film, theatre arts, music, dance, design, spoken word and literature.
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