Call for abtsracts for TOPIA #44 (Spring 2021), edited by Enda Brophy, Max Haiven and Benjamin Anderson
Art, activism and inquiry summer 2020 intensive: Anti-capitalist and anti-colonial projects – Aug 10-21
Join us from August 10-21 in Thunder Bay for a two-week intensive dedicated to exploring the space between art, activism and critical inquiry on the topic: where to anti-capitalist and anti-colonial struggles intersect.
Abstraction as Method: A Workshop on the Critique of Capitalism and the Claims of Culture (London, March 21)
A workshop on March 21 at the Institute for Advanced Study at UCL on Marxist methods for analyzing the intersection of culture and political economy.
The bank, the mine, the colony, the crime: A walk for the radical imagination against Bay Street – October 5
An itinerant gathering including performances, talks and interventions by individuals and collectives including: Alvis Choi Vanessa Gray ICE, Eva-Lynn Jagoe and Imre Szeman Zannah Madson and Christopher Alton Jamie Magnusson New Mineral Collective The Mining Injustice Solidarity Network Sherry Ostopovich Read more…
RiVAL and the Thunder Bay Public Library are pleased to present a series of three lectures by RiVAL’s co-director and Canada Research Chair in Culture, Media and Social Justice at Lakehead University Dr. Max Haiven. Saturday, September 21, 2pm: The Read more…
The ReImagining Value Action Lab invites applications by August 2 to fund a small art-activism project in Thunder Bay, Ontario on the topic(s) of anti-racism and decolonization.
This Winter, RiVAL (the ReImagining Value Action Lab) was very pleased to work with students in Kim Ducharme’s Child and Youth Care class at Confederation College on a project to help publicize the recent report “Broken Trust: Indigenous People and Read more…