Where There Is Smoke at UTSC

Where There Is Smoke: UTSC, December 4-5, 2018

Where There Is Smoke
an audio installation of work stories by female firefighters
December 4 & 5, 2018
Gallery 1265

University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC)
1265 Military Trail
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

During our residency at UTSC, we’ve been looking at the why and the how of our art-making process in order to invite students into this way of working.

Where There Is Smoke is a good fit because it relates to the work we’ve been doing in the Theatre &

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We’re artists-in-residence at UTSC this fall!

We’re very honoured to announce that Red Dress Productions’ artistic co-directors Anna Camilleri and Tristan R Whiston will be artists-in-residence in the multi-disciplinary department of Arts, Media, and Culture at the University of Toronto, Scarborough Campus, this fall/winter term from September to December 2018. We’ll share more details and invitations in the weeks to come.

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The image is of a park in winter. In the foreground, a signs reads "Fred Johnson Park"; the sky is grey and overcast, the trees have no leaves and the garden is dormant.

To The Table

We are excited to announce a new and upcoming project! During summer 2018, Red Dress Productions will be immersed in “To The Table” — a multi-discipline artistic residency in Fred Johnson Park, in the heart of Scarborough Village. Through interactive workshops with community members, we’ll create a modular sculpture, and ephemera including small hand printed and stitched works, mosaics, and audio pieces. The shared experience we seek is take a common object – the kitchen table – and use it as a medium to explore inclusion,

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