Come Visit FADO Performance Art Centre, FUSE Magazine and Toronto Free Gallery at BIG on Bloor
Read about art and politics, dunk a performance artist and get 3 complimentary magazine subscriptions while supporting the arts!
Saturday 23 July, 1 – 9PM
We will be located in front of Toronto Free Gallery
1277 Bloor Street West
BIG on Bloor Festival, Bloor Street from Dufferin to Lansdowne celebrates local business, community, arts and culture with a unique community and city-building festival featuring hundreds of events, activities and exhibitions.
Visit FADO Performance Art Centre to DUNK YOUR FAVORITE PERFORMNACE ARTIST! Performance artists have some serious balls. FADO Performance Art Centre proudly gives you the chance to take those balls and throw them at your favourite performance artist. Join us at the FADO Performance Artist Dunk Tank at the New Bloor Festival on July 24th and take your best shot! 11:30am – 9pm Cost: $2 for 3 shotsDunk-able Artists: Keith Cole, Darren O’Donnell, Julian Higuerey Núñez, David Frankovich, Laura Paolini, Simla Civelek, Irene Loughlin, Tino Schuellermann, Thom Sevalrud, Jennifer Matotek, Risa Kusamoto, Moynan King and many others!
Visit Toronto Free Gallery to take part in our raffle and to become a sponsor! We have an amazing sponsor package available for purchase at our table. Also visit our gallery to see the current exhibition a space without coordinates, the inaugural show of SUM°, a curatorial and production incubator, made up of members Alize Zorlutuna, Bojana Videkanic, Nahed Mansour and Reena Katz.
Visit FUSE to get a copy of the latest issue, “Performing Politics”! Sign up for special subscription deals and choose from a hand-picked selection of back issues. Our new issue celebrates 35 years of FUSE by revisiting the work of seventeen outstanding thinkers and makers, spanning three decades. Through eight features, interviews and reports plus six artist’s projects and cover art, we explore the ways that solidarity enables political action.
FADO Performance Art Centre was established to provide a stable, ongoing, supportive forum for creating and presenting performance art. Currently, we are the only artist-run centre in English Canada devoted specifically to this form. We recognize that performance art as a practice has multiple histories and encompasses various regional, cultural, political and aesthetic differences.
FUSE is a diverse community of visual and performing artists, educators, community workers, writers, activists, organizers, policy makers, social thinkers, curators and other movers and shakers. Together we produce a quarterly magazine on art, culture and politics.
Toronto Free Gallery is a not-for-profit art space dedicated to providing a forum for social, cultural and urban issues expressed through all media. Toronto Free Gallery is intended to be a creative laboratory. We aim to provide artists with a space to experiment, explore new ideas, question norms and challenge both themselves and their audiences.