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Friday, 3rd February 2017

Toronto's longest-running celebration of Black History Month returns this year, and this time we’re adding a second weekend! Join us for a series of thought-provoking panel discussions and socially-driven cultural programming that explores blackness in the 21st century. February 3–4 & 10–11

Winter 2017 Lecture Series

Wednesday, 15th February 2017

Academic Services invites you to attend the first of two Winter 2017 Lecture Series events, featuring Dr. Chris Lo from the Psychology program at the University of Guelph-Humber. Cancer is more than an individual disease. It affects everyone—from families and loved ones to coworkers and institutional supports. An advanced disease is a special circumstance in which one’s life is threatened, producing a confrontation with mortality that raises many questions about the meaning and value of one’s life. Please join us on Wednesday, February 15th, 2017 from 11:10am – 1:10pm for Dr. Lo’s lecture: “The Meaning of Life and the Confrontation with Death.” In his presentation, he will also highlight suggestions of how to support individuals and their friends and families who may be dealing with a diagnosis of advanced disease. Note: This lecture will contain content around the subject of death and dying, which may be disturbing to some audiences. A light lunch will be served. Registration is very limited! Please RSVP to, and state any dietary restrictions.

Holy Cow(s)!

Thursday, 23rd March 2017

Holy Cow(s)! run rampant, toppling taboos of gender, identity, sexuality and cultural (mis)appropriation. This provocative contemporary Bharatanatyam performance by Hari Krishnan, Seán Curran, David Brick and Jay Hirabayashi is infused with humour and diffused through a global dance lens. March 23–25


Friday, 28th April 2017

Epic, imaginary battles based on a childhood passion for action films inform Shay Kuebler’s athletic and acclaimed work Glory, which examines the glorification of violent behaviour in our media-drenched culture. Friday April 28, 2017 at 8pm Saturday April 29, 2017 at 8pm

Esmeralda Enrique Spanish Dance Company

Friday, 5th May 2017

This award-winning company of dancers and musicians presents a provocative and captivating evening of flamenco and Spanish dance performed with passion and elegance. Voted by NOW Magazine readers as Toronto's Best Dance Company in 2015. May 5-7, 2017


Friday, 12th May 2017

Kambule, which means “street procession” in the Kikongo language of the Congo, pays homage to our African ancestors, our forefathers, who marked the end of slavery by taking banned cultural expressions out of hiding and onto the streets. The Kambule is a powerful manifestation of culture, spirituality, beauty, royalty and pride.

Circus Sessions 2017

Friday, 19th May 2017

Now in its third year, Circus Sessions is a week-long creative laboratory where 12 national and international contemporary circus artists work together under the guidance of a mentor. Come participate in an exciting two-night performance of the new work created throughout this week.

Serious Games

Friday, 26th May 2017

This CCDT offering features a world premiere by internationally acclaimed Ballet BC Resident Choreographer Cayetano Soto and the return of the David Earle classic, Serious Games.