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Alternative Archives: a conversation about Alternative Toronto with Lilian Radovac

Friday, October 18, 7pm

Join Lilian Radovac at Interference Archive during NYC Archives Week for a conversation about creating and sustaining alternative community archives. Lilian will speak about her work on Alternative Toronto, coordinating an online digital repository to crowdsource documentation of Toronto’s radical, countercultural and trans/feminist/queer communities from 1980 to 1998.

Interference Archive will be open for Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Stop by on Monday, October 14th between 12 and 5pm!

Cataloging Party!

Saturday, October 5, 2-5pm

Help us catalog our collection! Join catalogers — old and new — to learn the ropes of cataloging in our online catalog. Bring your own laptop and cord, if possible; unfortunately we don’t have enough to go around. No experience is required. Come learn with us!

Art Workers’ Inquiry: Who are the Gatekeepers?

Sunday, October 6, 4-6pm
hosted by Red Bloom: A Communist Collective

Join us to meet up with other arts workers and discuss how we can build a cross-craft, cross-media arts workers’ struggle.

Resistance Radio Closing Party & Film Screening

Sunday, September 29, 5pm – 8pm

On the final day of Resistance Radio, we will show a series of short films related to stations and movements included in the exhibition.

A Quest for Home Zine Launch & Party

September 28th, 2019, 5–8pm

A Quest for Home was a series of writing workshops presented by Arts & Democracy for the South Asian diaspora and led by the Pakistani writer, Roohi Chowdhury. For six weeks, the participants joined together to write away their mythic journey towards home and identity, culminating in a zine that will be available at the event.

Radical Playdate presents: Let’s Make Posters!

Saturday, September 28, 2-4pm
Recommended ages: 12 and under
Suggested donation: $5 (but no one will be turned away!)

If you had a radio show, what would you say on it? What kind of music would you play? Who would listen to your radio show? Inspired by our current exhibition, Resistance Radio, we’ll design and make posters about pirate radio, listening, music….and even pirates if you want!

Film Screening: Citizen Provocateur

Friday, September 13, 7pm

This 2007 documentary follows some of the individuals whose lives were touched by “The Prison Show,” and follows the long journey Ray Hill made from surviving prison himself as a gay, white collar criminal to becoming an ACLU award-winning activist.

Reportando desde las Bases

Friday, September 20, 7pm
New York-based radio broadcasters Leobardo Ambrosio Ajtzalam, Tadii Angeles, and Charlie Uruchima will talk about using radio as an educational tool to activate indigenous languages and cultures, mobilize communities, and connect grassroots, local, and transnational movements for indigenous resistance and sovereignty.

Film Screening: Oktay Ince and resisting with moving images in Turkey

Saturday, September 7, 7-9pm

A screening program of video-activist and documentary works, and videos from the current struggle of Oktay İnce, presented by belit sağ.