ACM Connects Events

Engaging, informative, and unique, most of our events are free and open to everyone: future/current UTSC students, alumni, faculty, staff, and members of the public.

Our events are generously supported by:



 

Photo of artist Hiba Abdalla with poster size paper taped on the wall with writing on it.

ACM Studio / DMG Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Hiba Abdallah

Join us for a free, public talk by Hiba Abdallah as part of the ACM Studio / DMG Visiting Artist Lecture Series.

Photo of diver's helmet floating in the air with a tree grove in the background.

ACM Studio / DMG Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Alyssa Fearon in Conversation with Alyssa Bistonath and Bishara Elmi

Panel Discussion by artists Alyssa Bistonath and Bishara Elmi, moderated by Nuit Blanche Scarborough curator Alyssa Fearon

Photo of Sanaz Mazinani's artwork

ACM Studio / DMG Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Sanaz Mazinani

Join us for a free, public talk by Sanaz Mazinani as part of the ACM Studio / DMG Visiting Artist Lecture Series.

Code in the 6ix artwork depitcing grafitti and spay

CODE in the 6ix

A one day drama and dance conference for artists and educators, that will explore the role the arts play in understanding diversity.

Photo of Steven Beckly's artwork

ACM Studio / DMG Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Steven Beckly

Join us for a free, public talk by Steven Becky as part of the ACM Studio / DMG Visiting Artist Lecture Series.

Photo of artist Vanessa Dion Fletcher's prick

ACM Studio / DMG Visiting Artist Lecture Series: Vanessa Dion Fletcher

Join us for a free, public talk by Vanessa Dion Fletcher as part of the ACM Studio / DMG Visiting Artist Lecture Series.

UTSC Concert Choir performing

Fall Flourish

Department of Arts, Culture and Media presents UTSC’s various music ensembles performing classical and contemporary works.

ARTSIDEOUT is a large-scale, one-day, multidisciplinary arts festival at the University of Toronto Scarborough.

ARTSIDEOUT

ARTSIDEOUT is a large-scale, one-day, multidisciplinary arts festival at the University of Toronto Scarborough.