On September 16, 2015 Wild Garden teamed with the Faith, Art and Activism Festival to podcast “Resistance Through Rituals” an open discussion on rituals, liturgy and political performance. Click below […]
Walking in circles on the lines left some space and time in which we could reflect alone or debate with friends. It also proved an interesting venue for book reading. This project came about […]
Submitted by: Romanda Simpson During the winter semester I was in a graduate course titled “Community Organizing”, taught by Maggie Hutcheson, which I ultimately discovered was quite a suitable background […]
As part of my work on Picket Parade Performance, I devised a ten-minute written script based on principles of Verbatim theatre. On the day of the re-enactment, it was recited […]
A reflection on stories and the strike written for Pop. Ed. II.
An attempt at Political Activist Ethnography written for a course, focusing on the March 18 SGMM at the Montecassino Hotel.
Thinking back to my first experience of being on strike was a time filled with emotion and confusion. The first afternoon I went to go strike was the second day […]
On April 28th, 2015,Bernadette Wycks, Carmen Ocampo and Andrew Winchur organized a re-enactment of the CUPE picket lines, as part of their final class performance for the FES Cultural Production […]
On Thursday, April 30th, members of the FES “Popular Education for Social Change” course screened “Red Square on a Blackboard,” a feature-length documentary on the 2012 Quebec Strikes. For those […]
Join us on Tuesday, April 7th, at Steelworkers Hall (25 Cecil Street), for two panel discussions of current social movements resisting the neoliberal agenda. The programme will include a screening of Red Square […]