QTBIPOC Sexy Filmmaking
November 4, 2pm EST
Nov 4 | 2:00pm
@ OCAD University
Free / by donation
** NOTE: This workshop has now gone rush. If you would like to attend, please come to the venue 15 minutes prior to start time and we will admit people if there is space available/no shows.
This filmmaking workshop for QTBIPOC people, lead by Indigenous artists Dayna Danger and Thirza Cuthand, explores the ways in which QTBIPOC people can create sexual/sensual/erotic images and stories while living under colonization. Using examples from the artists own work, and workshopping participants ideas, this experience will discuss reclaiming the erotic from the colonizers gaze.
TQFF offers this workshop for QTBIPOC people only in order to offer a space for people who have experienced local and global colonization to think through the politics of Decolonizing Sexuality.
This workshop is restricted to 10 participants who identify as Black, Indigenous, or as a person of colour. Registration is on a first come, first served basis, so reserve your spot early!