The Toronto Biennial of Art, Jumblies Theatre, and Art Metropole invite you to the book launch of A Treaty Guide for Torontonians.
As part of the closing BBQ of the Toronto Biennial of Art join us for theatrical interventions, treaty activities, and books!
What does it mean to be a treaty person in Toronto?
A Treaty Guide for Torontonians artfully examines the complex intercultural roots of treaty relationships in the place we now call Toronto, tracing the history of treaty making between Indigenous nations and between Indigenous nations and the Crown. A Treaty Guide inspires an active approach to treaty awareness through land-based, embodied learning tools that help readers ground their relationship to this history and take up their treaty responsibilities in the present.
Created by the Talking Treaties Collective of Ange Loft, Victoria Freeman, Martha Stiegman, and Jill Carter, A Treaty Guide for Torontonians is part of Jumblies Theatre + Arts’ multi-year Talking Treaties project and is supported by the 2022 Toronto Biennial of Art.
A Treaty Guide for Torontonians is available for pre-order.
For more info, visit Toronto Biennial of Art closing BBQ.
Date: Sunday, June 5, 2022, 1-2pm
Location: Small Arms Inspection Building, 1352 Lakeshore Road East, Mississauga
Parking: Free, on-site parking
TTC: Near 501 Queen Streetcar
Other Transit: Short walk from Long Branch GO Station