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
Sep 20, 2017
Wednesday, September 20 2017
Sep 6, 2017
Wednesday, September 6, 2017
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.orgInterAccess is pleased to host a Media Arts grant-writing seminar with the Toronto Arts Council’s Visual/Media Arts Officer Peter Kingstone. Peter will lead an informal discussion on how to prepare your grant application for the TAC’s Media Artists Program. Bring your proposals, ideas, and questions and gain valuable knowledge about preparing a successful grant application in the Media Arts section.
Aug 30, 2017
Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Conceptual Art: How Cryptocurrencies Code Klein’s Vision of The Immaterial | A lecture by Mitchell F ChanThis lecture offers an introductory explanation of Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other blockchains. Chan will discuss how these blockchains came into existence, the political values behind them, how they work, and why they’ve exploded in value in 2017.
Aug 17, 2017
InterAccess is pleased to partner with A-B-Z-TXT to co-present a public evening lecture featuring Zach Lieberman and Lois Andison. Lieberman and Andison will each give a talk that dives into their practice and process. Tickets are limited, so we encourage you to reserve your seats as soon as possible.Thursday, August 17th, 7:30pm-10pm9 Ossington Avenue$8 | Buy Tickets
Jul 15, 2017
Join us for an evening of audiovisual performances, a part of Vector Festival 2017, Pattern Recognition: Five Years of Vector
Jul 14, 2017
Join us for an evening screening, a part of Vector Festival 2017, Pattern Recognition: Five Years of Vector
Nov 24, 2016
InterAccess is pleased to present a lecture by in/future creators and curators, Layne Hinton and Rui Pimenta.