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Events & Ticket Info

All tickets for the daytime program are FREE with registration.

General admission tickets for Crip Shorts and Brownton Abbey are $17 if purchased in person at the Harbourfront Centre Box Office, and $20 if purchased online or over the phone.

A limited number of Community tickets are available through the box office for members of the disability community who are on fixed income and self identify as unable to cover the full ticket fee. Community tickets can be purchased for $8 in person at the Harbourfront Centre Box Office, or $11 if purchased online or over the phone.

Companion tickets are available for a support worker or attendant to accompany you to this event. Contact the Box Office to make arrangements for a complimentary ticket.

Buy tickets or register online at harbourfrontcentre.com, by phone at 416 973 4000, or in person at 235 Queens Quay West.

All tickets prices include HST and service fees.

Events will be added to this schedule as they are confirmed.

LUCID

9:00am – 5:00pm

Experience the ability to self-care through powerful multi-sensory experiences. Installation by Aaron Labbé. Presented by Creative Users Projects.

Visual Arts

Trajectories in Access Overview

9:30am – 5:00pm

Trajectories in Access showcases best practices in access from three organizations across Canada, and presents the findings of the British Council’s Relaxed Performance pilot program.

Learning

Opening Reception: Through a Tired Eye at Tangled Art Gallery

6:00pm – 8:00pm

Retino-blastoma, monocular tunnel-vision, extreme light-sensitivity, floaters, flashers, blepharitis, capsular opacification... a thousand words. Through a Tired Eye is Bruce Horak’s interpretation of how he sees the world.

Off-Site Event

Visual Arts

LUCID

9:00am – 5:00pm

Experience the ability to self-care through powerful multi-sensory experiences. Installation by Aaron Labbé. Presented by Creative Users Projects.

Visual Arts

Deaf and Disability Futures

9:30am – 5:30pm

The day features roundtable panel discussions and keynote presentations on a range of topics dedicated to digital transformation and disability futures, representation and leadership in Deaf and disability sectors, and disability arts culture.

Learning

Performance: Crip Shorts

8:00pm –10:30pm

An evening of five short performances by exceptional disabled artists from Canada and the UK. Some dance, some spoken word, some circus, some comedy – all redefining the disabled experience through powerful art.

Dance

Theatre

LUCID

9:00am – 5:00pm

Experience the ability to self-care through powerful multi-sensory experiences. Installation by Aaron Labbé. Presented by Creative Users Projects.

Visual Arts

Embodying the Intersections: Indigeneity, Race and Disability

11:00am – 7:30pm

A day of embodied exploration along the intersections of race, Indigeneity and disability, using movement, reflexive discovery and engaged discussion.

Dance

Learning

Theatre

Performance: Brownton Abbey

8:00pm –11:00pm

The UK based Afro-Futurist performance party created by and centering queer people of colour, especially those with d/Disabilities (aka s/Super Powers).

Dance

Theatre

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