TOK Toronto: 2020 Lineup

Due to the great success of our 2019 TOK symposiums, Diaspora Dialogues is proud to be bringing back a new lineup of conversations for TOK Toronto 2020 in partnership with Word On The Street. We’ll be kicking off conversations with Sarena Parmer, Andrew Puper, Saleema Nawaz, Faye Guenther, Souvankham Thammavongsa, Sheung-King, Francesca Ekwuyasi and Canisia Lubrin . . .

TOK Toronto 2020: We’ve gone virtual

Last year we experienced such incredible success with TOK Toronto and TOK Winnipeg 2019 we are ecstatic to bring our Toronto branch back again this fall, completely online! This year we are excited to partner again with Word On The Street and co-host virtual conversations for Words Across Canada We’ll be kicking off conversations with Sarena Parmer, Andrew Puper, Saleema Nawaz, Faye Guenther, Souvankham Thammavongsa, Sheung-King, Francesca Ekwuyasi and Canisia Lubrin . . .

TOK Toronto: Three Day Symposium

With successful pilot symposiums in Winnipeg and Ottawa, Diaspora Dialogues is launching TOK Toronto. Join us in our hometown for a three-day symposium dedicated for writers and readers On September 20 – 22, 2019. TOK, the digital magazine of Diaspora Dialogues, publishes fiercely honest, freshly original writing from our cities, and from around the world . . .

Hello, Neighbour

Join us on February 23rd at Heliconian Hall for “Hello, Neighbour” — a three tiered community engagement piece that begins with residents of Toronto and ends with live performances of new works by six artists! Hello, Neighbour began with residents of Toronto submitting short content pieces animating a favourite element of the city; an intersection or a neighbourhood; a restaurant, a building, a park . . .