JHI Program for the Arts, 2022-2023

April 22, 2022 by Sonja Johnston

The Jackman Humanities Institute Program for the Arts supports a range of events from small to large designed to enhance, improve and raise the profile of the Arts at the University of Toronto. We're pleased to announce the slate for 2022-23; these events relate to the annual theme—Labour.

Dates are approximate and subject to change. For up to date and detailed information on events follow us on Twitter and Facebook, subscribe to our newsletter or check our Events section.

RaceB4Race: Encounter
Urvashi Chakravarty, UTSC English
Symposium and Workshops, September 2022

Truth Values: One Girl’s Romp Through MIT’s Male Math Maze
Faith Ellen, A&S Computer Science
Performances, September 2022

Wish You Were Here, Wish Here Was Better
Ellyn Walker, UTM Visual Studies
Public Art and Event Series, September 2022

Dramaturgies of Resistance: The Labour of the Negative
Rebecca Comay, A&S Philosophy and Comparative Literature
Series of three events, November 2022 to May 2023

Invisible Labour
Barbara Fischer, Curator, Art Museum and Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape & Design
Exhibition curated by Ingrid Jones, January to April 2023

The Labours of Love: Resurrecting Haydn’s Orfeo
Caryl Clark, Faculty of Music
Performance and Symposium, March 2023

New Approaches to Labour Studies
Husseina Dinani, UTSC Historical & Cultural Studies
Workshop, May 2023

Work, Class and Social Democracy in the Global Age of August Bebel (1840-1913)
James Retallack, A&S History
Conference component, May 2023

The Love Booth and Other Plays: The Labour of Queer Activism and Care
Tara Goldstein, OISE Curriculum, Teaching & Learning
Performance, June 2023