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PWYC Event Registration: Bike Tube Flogger-making Workshop with DAYNA DANGER

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Bike Tube Flogger-making Workshop with DAYNA DANGER
Sunday, April 22 from 2-4 pm | Studio TBD at Artscape Youngplace, 180 Shaw Street, Toronto, ON M6J 2W5

Make your own mini flogger from rubber bike tubes in this hands-on workshop with Dayna Danger, who will be here from Montreal for the opening weekend of FORWARD FACING.

Materials will be provided. Space is limited so pre-registration is required.

To Register:
To make programs like this more accessible for all, we are offering this workshop on a Pay-What-You-Can basis. Your contribution helps us to cover costs for this and future programs like it (for example, in the interest of transparency, our cost to run this workshop is $70 per participant, comprising mainly the artist’s fee, space rental, and materials).

Critical Distance is committed to paying fair wages and artist’s fees at CARFAC standards as well as reducing barriers to participation in our programs. Any amount (as in: no amount is too large or too small!) that you can contribute is much appreciated and we thank you for your continued support for our programs and initiatives.

To complete your registration and reserve your spot, enter the amount you would like to contribute above and click on “register” to be taken to Paypal. (You are not required to have a Paypal account to make payment — simply click on the credit/debit button below the login form.) Upon payment, your name will be added to the event list, and closer to the date you will receive an email reminder with further details. If you wish to register/pay by cash, please contact us at rsvp (at) criticaldistance (dot) ca to arrange drop-off at the gallery in advance of the workshop. We are unable to accept cheques at this time.

Note that spaces are first come, first served in order of registration and we are limited to 10 spaces, so complete your registration soon to avoid disappointment. Thank you!


image: Dayna Danger, Kandace, 2017

Workshop | April 22 | Make Your Own Bike Tube Flogger with Dayna Danger

Bike Tube Flogger Making with Dayna Danger
Make your own mini flogger from rubber bike tubes in this hands-on workshop with Dayna Danger, who will be here from Montreal for FORWARD FACING‘s opening weekend. Workshop is PWYC, and materials will be provided.

Date and Location
Sunday, April 22 from 2-4 pm
Artscape Youngplace
180 Shaw Street, Toronto, ON M6J 2W5

To Register
Even though this workshop is PWYC, space is limited so pre-registration is required.
Please contact us at rsvp (at) criticaldistance (dot) ca to inquire/register.

Location within Youngplace to be confirmed upon registration. Continue reading

Dayna Danger, Kandace (Billboard), 2018, digital print on adhesive vinyl, 8 x 8 feet, from Forward Facing curated by Cass Gardiner, Critical Distance Centre for Curators, 2018. Installation documentation by Toni Hafkenscheid.

Billboard on Shaw: Dayna Danger | Kandace

April 21–June 3, 2018

Billboard on Shaw curated by Cass Gardiner with the exhibition Forward Facing, presented in partnership with Aboriginal Curatorial Collective–Collectif des commissaires autochtones and featuring Kandace by Dayna Danger.

In partnership with Aboriginal Curatorial Collective–Collectif des commissaires autochtones, Critical Distance is pleased to present Forward Facing, a Featured Exhibition of the 2018 Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival. Curated by Cass GardinerForward Facing is an exhibition that examines intersectionality within Indigenous identity. Continue reading

Seasons Greetings from Critical Distance and 1st Annual CDCC Edition!

What a tremendous year we had in 2018! Thanks to everyone who participated in, contributed to, and attended our exhibitions and events, including: guest curators for our annual program Toleen Touq, Nahed Mansour, Cass Gardiner, Florence-Agathe Dubé-Moreau, Maude Johnson, and Noa Bronstein; special/partner project curators Emma German, Adam Khalil, Zack Khalil, and Jackson Polys; presenting partners SAVAC, Aboriginal Curatorial Collective, Koffler Gallery, and Gallery 44; fair and festival partners Images Festival with ImagineNATIVE, Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival, Toronto Art Book Fair, and Edition Art Book Fair; project funders and supporters Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council, and Artscape Youngplace; and all of our wonderful board, advisory, and team members; contributing designers, writers, and editors; and last but not least, our engaged and growing audiences in Toronto and around the world. Continue reading

Dayna Danger Artist

Dayna Danger is a 2Spirit/Queer, Metis/Saulteaux/Polish visual artist raised in so called Winnipeg, MB. Using photography, sculpture, performance and video, Dayna Danger‘s practice questions the line between empowerment and objectification by claiming space with her larger than life scale work. Continue reading

Last Update:June 21, 2018

Opening | April 21 | FORWARD FACING | Exhibition presented in partnership with ACC-CCA

In partnership with Aboriginal Curatorial Collective–Collectif des commissaires autochtones, Critical Distance is pleased to present FORWARD FACING, a Featured Exhibition of the 2018 Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival. Curated by Cass Gardiner (Toronto/Brooklyn), FORWARD FACING is an exhibition that examines intersectionality within Indigenous identity through the photographic, video, craft, and installation practices of Dayna Danger (Montreal), Lacie Burning (Vancouver), and Jade Nasogaluak Carpenter (Calgary).


Opening Weekend Events

Saturday, April 21 from 2-4 pm
FORWARD FACING Reception with Curator’s Talk
Please join us in the gallery (Suite 302 at Artscape Youngplace) for a very special reception with Toronto/Brooklyn-based curator Cass Gardiner, featuring a tour of the exhibition followed by beverages and bites courtesy of Pow Wow Cafe. Stay for artists’ performance at 5 pm.

Saturday, April 21 starting at 5 pm
Performance featuring DAYNA DANGER, LACIE BURNING, and KANDACE PRICE
Three collaborators negotiate time, boundaries, and songs. Starting location to be announced at the opening.

Sunday, April 22 from 2-4 pm
Bike Tube Flogger-Making Workshop with DAYNA DANGER
Make your own mini flogger from rubber bike tubes in this PWYC hands-on workshop with Dayna Danger.  Materials will be provided. Space is limited so please contact us at rsvp (at) criticaldistance (dot) ca to inquire/register. Location to be confirmed upon registration.

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FORWARD FACING

April 21–June 3, 2018

Featuring Lacie Burning, Jade Nasogaluak Carpenter and Dayna Danger | Curated by Cass Gardiner and presented in partnership with Aboriginal Curatorial Collective

In partnership with Aboriginal Curatorial Collective–Collectif des commissaires autochtones, Critical Distance is pleased to present FORWARD FACING, a Featured Exhibition of the 2018 Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival. Curated by Cass Gardiner (Toronto/Brooklyn), Forward Facing is an exhibition that examines intersectionality within Indigenous identity through the photographic, video, craft, and installation practices of Dayna Danger (Montreal), Lacie Burning (Vancouver), and Jade Nasogaluak Carpenter (Calgary). Continue reading