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THAUMATURGY
Through the art and science of ‘wonder-working’, Thaumaturgy generates an immersive and participatory call to action to fight for the future of our planet’s well being. Animated through the respective artforms of 4 Indigenous Disabled artists, the 4 Elements of Earth, Wind, Fire, and Water meet at a juncture to story ceremony and sacred space for feeling and healing. Tobacco, Sage, Cedar and Sweetgrass work to resist the formalities of a gallery, giving way to living tableaus that tie together the 4 elemental installations.
March 13 - April 24, 2020
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updates

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Tangled Art + Disability Response to COVID-19

In light of recent local and global developments with regard to the COVID-19 pandemic, Tangled regrets to announce that we will be suspending gallery hours until further notice.

We do so with the intent to help mitigate the spread of the virus during this critical window of time. Our concern extends not only to our gallery visitors, but artists, curators, as well as Tangled team members.

Read our full Response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

 


exhibitions

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UPCOMING EXHIBIT

THAUMATURGY

March 13 – April 24, 2020

Through the art and science of ‘wonder-working’, Thaumaturgy generates an immersive and participatory call to action to fight for the future of our planet’s well being. Animated through the respective artforms of 4 Indigenous Disabled artists, the 4 Elements of Earth, Wind, Fire, and Water meet at a juncture to story ceremony and sacred space for feeling and healing. Tobacco, Sage, Cedar and Sweetgrass work to resist the formalities of a gallery, giving way to living tableaus that tie together the 4 elemental installations.

Read More About Thaumaturgy 

 


calls for submissions

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OPEN CALL FOR ARTISTS

CRIP RITUAL 

Deadline: – April 1, 2020

Disabled, crip, d/Deaf, Mad, and Sick people face a lot of barriers and stigma. One way that we deal with these barriers is through rituals. Rituals can be things that we do to create accessibility, mark important moments, or to be in community with others who have similar experiences. What kind of rituals do you have in your life that help to deal with barriers and stigma? How do they make life better? How do they bring you together with your community?

Read More About #CripRitual 

 


awards


Michel Dumont during a performance of his work

AWARD RECIPIENT

2020 WON LEE FELLOWSHIP WINNER 

Tangled is proud to announce that the winner of the 2020 Won Lee Fellowship, recognizing hard-working artists from the Deaf, Mad, and Disability-identified communities, is Michel Dumont.

It’s a great honor to receive this award at such a competitive level even more taking in count how many other amazing artists were also considered. I feel particularly touched by the fact that Won Lee personally considered my work worthy of this award and would like to take this opportunity to extend my personal thanks to him.” – Michel Dumont

Learn More About Tangled’s Awards and Grants

 


documents


DOWNLOADABLE DOCUMENTS

CRIPPING THE ARTS ACCESS GUIDE

This Access Guide is for people coming to Cripping the Arts on January 24th, 25th and 26th. Inside, you will find information about the space in which the symposium will be held and about other things you might want to know before coming to the event. Read and download the Access Guide 

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DOWNLOADABLE DOCUMENTS

CRIPPING THE ARTS PROGRAM

We are so happy to have you here at the second Cripping the Arts at Harbourfront Centre. We are gathered here as people who share in a belief that Deaf, Disability, and Mad arts and activism change not only how we understand difference, but how we create and experience arts and culture as well. Read and download the Program


Volunteer


Arts organizations need a strong core of dedicated volunteers to provide communities with cutting edge events, performances, and exhibits. Tangled Art + Disability is no exception! If you have a passion for disability arts and culture and are looking for an opportunity to develop your skills apply to join our Tangled volunteer team! » Learn more about volunteering

Donate


Your contribution will help to cultivate disability arts in Canada and support access to the arts for artists and audiences with disabilities. Tangled is a registered charitable organization. We provide charitable tax receipts for all donations. Please email [email protected] or call 647-725-5064 if you have any questions. » Learn more about donating
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