A zine-making workshop on labour rights and work in the creative industries
with Marie LeBlanc Flanagan | 4:00PM – 6:00PM
In this zine-making workshop aimed at all skill levels, Weird Canada and Drone Day founder Marie Flanagan will guide participants through making a collaborative zine as we explore our own perspectives on labour rights and working in the creative industries. Participants are welcome and encouraged to bring their own text, poems, artwork, collages, and other printed items, but we will be fully supplied with materials needed to create a zine together.
If interested in attending, please complete this registration form. We will strive to include all registrants but will be prioritizing folks from equity-deserving backgrounds. Masks are required. We will have masks on-site in case you forget!
Labour Rights and the Arts: a panel discussion
Hosted by Marie LeBlanc Flanagan | 6:30PM – 8:00PM
Join us for this wide-ranging discussion on the importance of labour organizing in the arts, cultural, and creative industries with Grey Muldoon, Nailah Tataa, and Amanda Leigh-Zeller. Facilitated by Marie LeBlanc Flanagan, founder of Weird Canada and Drone Day, don’t miss this important conversation on sustainable and inclusive work environments, together as artistic and cultural workers and how we can envision better futures for ourselves.
Please register by visiting this link!
Masks are required. We will have masks on-site in case you forget!