Apr 28, 2018
An afternoon that brings together curators, artists, and artworks active between 1980-1989, representing Toronto's early electronic arts scene.
Apr 21, 2018
A lecture presented by Esmé Hogeveen, that examines cyberfeminism from a contemporary context.
Apr 13, 2018
Join InterAccess and Artscape Gibraltar Point for an evening discussion with Liz Lessner, facilitator of the SoftWEAR: Wearable Technology & Art residency at Artscape Gibraltar Point.
Apr 7, 2018
InterAccess is pleased to present an artist talk with Nancy Paterson, the subject of the centre's latest exhibition, The Future: Before. Join Paterson in conversation with Shauna Jean Doherty, the exhibition's curator and InterAccess's Programming Coordinator.Date
Saturday, April 7th, 3:00pm-4:00pm, FREE
Dec 8, 2017
At the second iteration of Ctrl+Shift, panelists will discuss strategies they use to boost exposure and performance opportunities for female-identified DJs and musicians, in order to create equal opportunities in an often male-dominated scene.
Nov 22, 2017
Wednesday, November 22, 2017 7-10 pm FREE by RSVP through Eventbrite What are some of the institutions in Toronto that support emerging new media artists? What opportunities do I have to submit my work for exhibition? How can I structure my submissions and exhibitions proposals to make them appealing to curators and programming committees?
Nov 21, 2017
The panel will address the subject of venue displacement, adaptation, and sustainability for arts organizations in Toronto. The selected discussants each have a unique relationship to this ongoing challenge and will share their experiences and creative solutions. This session will be moderated by Shawn Micallef.
Nov 11, 2017
Join us for a curator tour with Stacie Ant, Curator of Transcendence, the 16th Annual InterAccess Current Exhibition. Stacie will lead an in-depth tour of the exhibition Transcendence that showcases emerging new media artists who explore the otherworldly experiences made possible by technology.
Oct 20, 2017
This panel discussion will offer an introduction to generative poetry. Join Michelle Gay, Aaron Tucker, and David Jhave Johnston in a conversation about the place of rules-based, algorithmic, and digital writing in their practices. Each artist will present one piece from their practice, and then participate in an open conversation about the many ways of writing poetry with rules. This event is free-- please RSVP to email@example.com