Core Dialogue: Arts, Access, and Aesthetics


Barak adé Soleil, Artistic Director of Tangled Art + Disability and disability arts scholar Eliza Chandler will co-facilitate a core dialogue and presentation on the ways in which cultural production and accessibility co-exist. What is disability aesthetics? And, how does our understanding of aesthetics expand when we consider how people access and relate to our work?

Registration details: Advance registration is full, but approximately 5 spaces will be made available 30 minutes prior to the start of the workshop on a first-come, first-served basis. Priority will be given to those arriving by accessible transit (i.e. Wheel Trans) or who wish to access ASL interpretation.


Presented in partnership with Generator, and Tangled Art + Disability Facilitator Barak adé Soleil

Part of the SummerWorks Intensive Leadership Program (S.L.I.P.), a series of public events that explore how we can remove barriers and dismantle systems of oppression through artistic practice.


ASL Interpretation Provided

Water will be provided for those who need it. Folks are welcome to bring their own snacks.

Artscape Youngplace has an accessible, gender-neutral washroom located on the 2nd floor.

photo by Dahlia Katz

Artscape Youngplace Studio 103
180 Shaw Street, Toronto, ON

Tuesday August 8th 10:00am - 1:00pm

Ticket Price: Free