Events - 29 May 13

    Asian Heritage Month Film Screenings (TPL)
    Date: Mon. May 6, 2013 - Thu. May 30, 2013.
    Location: Various Venues (Various) - Toronto

    Details:

    More free film screenings offered for Asian Heritage Month! The Toronto Public Library has programmed a full month of workshops, screenings and events to celebrate Asian Heritage Month. Listed below are the film selections offered but make sure to check out their website for more!

    CHINA HEAVYWEIGHT 千錘百煉 (Dir. Yung Chang 張僑勇)
    Mon May 6 | 2:00pm
    Toronto Reference Library | Elizabeth Beeton Auditorium
    http://bit.ly/13PFAKK

     

    AI WEIWEI: NEVER SORRY (Dir. Alison Klayman)
    Mon May 13 | 2:00pm
    Toronto Reference Library | Elizabeth Beeton Auditorium
    http://bit.ly/ZY3WC0

     

     

    BHOOTHNATH भूतनाथ (Dir. Vivek Sharma)
    Thur May 23 | 6:00pm
    Parliament Street | Community Room
    http://bit.ly/Yppr0d

     

    ONCE UPON A TIME IN CHINA 黃飛鴻 (Dir. Tsui Hark 徐克)
    Thu 30 May | 6:00pm
    Parliament Street | Community Room
    http://bit.ly/Yppr0d


    The World of Taiyo Matsumoto
    Date: Fri. May 10, 2013 - Fri. June 7, 2013.
    Location: Japan Foundation – Toronto (131 Bloor St W, 2nd Floor) - Toronto, Canada

    Details:

    The Japan Foundation Toronto and the Toronto Comic Arts Festival present The World of Taiyo Matsumoto, an exhibition of original artworks by one of Japan’s innovative manga creators.

    Taiyo Matsumoto is an internationally renowned Japanese manga creator. Matsumoto is best known to English-reading audiences for his work Tekkon Kinkreet (Black & White), winner of the Eisner Award, North America’s most prestigious comics award. More info of event here

    Opening Reception

    Friday May 10 | 6pm-8pm
    Location: The Japan Foundation Toronto
    Admission: Guest list. Contact Kate Scullin (kscullin@jftor.org)

    There will also be an artist talk by Taiyo Matsumoto on Saturday May 11 @ 1:00pm

    The exhibition will open to public from Saturday May 11 – June 7. Free admission

    Gallery Hours:

    MONDAY 11:30am-7:00pm (extended hours)
    TUESDAY 11:30am-4:30pm
    WEDNESDAY 11:30am-4:30pm
    THURSDAY 11:30am-7:00pm (extended hours)
    FRIDAY 11:30am-4:30pm

    Weekend Openings:

    May 11, 12 @ 12 noon and 5:00pm (Toronto Comic Arts Festival)
    May 25, 26 @ 10:00am and 5:00pm (Doors Open Toronto)
    June 1 @ 5:00pm
    * Closed all other Saturdays, Sundays and May 20 – Victoria Day


    RUNG: South Asian Heritage Day at ROM
    Date: Sat. May 11, 2013 - Sat. June 1, 2013.
    Location: Royal Ontario Museum (100 Queen's Park) - Toronto, Canada

    Details:

     

    Come celebrate South Asian heritage day at the ROM!
    Saturday May 11, 2013 | 10am – 5pm

    The event will feature traditional arts, crafts, dances and music and lots more! Visit the website to get more information and see the full day of event programming.

    Be sure to check out the Documentary Film Exhibit at the Eaton Theatre from 12:00pm – 1:30pm. The following films will be playing at the exhibit. Each documentary will be shown twice

    - Ancient Cities of Sri Lanka- Presenter: Govt. of Sri Lanka (courtesy the High Commission in Ottawa)
    - That Painting on the Wall – Presenter: Filmmaker Diksha Narayan (present herself on the day)  - Canadian Film-maker of Indian Origin
    - POLO on rooftop of the world – Presenter: Filmmaker Sabeeh Khan (Filmmaker from Pakistan)

    Visit here for ticket information. You can save 33% when you buy tickets online using the promo code: southasian


    Kim’s Convenience
    Date: Thu. May 23, 2013 - Wed. June 19, 2013.
    Location: Young Centre for the Performing Arts (50 Tank House Ln, Toronto, ON M5A 3C4) - Toronto

    Details:

    Soulpepper Theatre’s 2012 season smash hit play, Kim’s Convenience, returns to Toronto for their 2013 national tour! The critically-acclaimed play by Korean-Canadian playwright/actor, Ins Choi, had an incredibly successful run at the 2011 Toronto Fringe Festival. At the festival, Kim’s Convenience picked up the Patrons Pick award, won the New Play competition and was invited to be in the Best of the Fringe Uptown Festival.

    Since the award-winning play appeared at Fringe, Kim’s Convenience have sold out all of its performance runs. However, now there is another chance to see it again! Kim’s Convenience returns to Toronto from May 23 – June 19. Visit Soulpepper’s website to receive more information on dates, showtimes and ticket information

    “There are many reasons to cheer… join the celebration”- TORONTO STAR Review


    Innoversity Creative Summit 2013
    Date: Tue. May 28, 2013 - Wed. May 29, 2013.
    Location: Appel Salon of the Toronto Reference Library (789 Yonge St) - Toronto, ON M4W 2G8

    Details:

    Innoversity believes that an inclusive media is a more innovative, creative and relevant media. For more than a decade, we have reached out to media industry leaders, and creators from a broad diversity of backgrounds and skills. We welcome everyone, particularly individuals of groups under-represented in the media, including persons with disabilities, Aboriginal and visible minorities, and new immigrants.
    For more information, visit www.innoversity.com


    The Family China: A Smashathon
    Date: Wed. May 29, 2013 - Wed. May 29, 2013.
    Location: The Soho House (192 Adelaide Street West) - Toronto, Canada

    Details:

     

    TINARS and Brick Books presents the The Family China by Ann Shin. Poetry, short films and plate smashing at The Soho House, 195 Adelaide St West, Wed May 29, 2013 at 7pm. All are welcome!

    Free admission. Guest list required so please RSVP at thefamilychinaRSVP@gmail.com

    Description:
    In the age of new media, Ann Shin’s second book of poems, The Family China is turned into an artistic transmedia project with the smashing of china and tchotchke you’ve had around the house for too long.

    Ann Shin’s second book of poems, The Family China explores how household objects and china become emblematic and domestic life. Together with director Marc Glassman, they are turning the book into a stunning artistic multimedia project with broken china – where people are invited to bring a piece of family china and share a story about it, or smash it.

    You’re also invited to bring a piece of pottery or tchotchke that you’d like to share a story about, or smash. We’ll be filming anyone who would like to contribute to the growing video compendium. Facebook Event page


2 Responses to Events - 29 May 13

  1. I am doing a school project on publicity, PR and Social Media promotional use in Independent Films and short films and this would help me very much! Thank you. If anyone is looking for interns to work at the Film festival…please help me.

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