Equity and Diversity in the Arts (EDA) is an initiative of the Department of Arts, Culture and Media. EDA’s mandate is to promote diversity of all kinds, including diversities of race, gender, socio-economic status, sexual orientation or identity, age, ability or disability, religion and aesthetics or traditions of practice. Through student bursaries, artistic or scholarly residencies, research projects and targeted support for courses and events, it aims to increase understanding across difference, to challenge social and institutional barriers to equity, and to empower students to champion diversity in their professional pursuits.
ACM is pleased to welcome the Fall 2018 Equity and Diversity in the Arts (EDA) Artist-in-Residence, Red Dress Productions. Red Dress Productions creates socially-engaged interdisciplinary art, performance, and public artworks. For more information on ways to work with Anna Camilleri and Tristan R. Whiston, please contact Trisha Lamie, email@example.com.
Anna and Tristan's office hours are from 12:00-2:00 on Tuesday and Thursday starting September 25.
Anna's office is HW506 and Tristan's office is HW409.
EDA is proud to be co-sponsoring Long Distance Relationship, a two-part interactive sound installation created by ACM students Christopher Dela Cruz and Patrick Atienza for 2018 Toronto Nuit Blanche. The work will be on display 29 September from 7pm-7am at Campbell House Museum and Albert Campbell Square.
Call for Submissions
EDA will seeking proposals for both faculty- and student-led creative and research-based projects.
Stay tuned for the submission deadline. If you have any questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org