There will be a number of Performances, workshops, screenings and guided tours through out the exhibition.
Exhibition hours: Tuesday-Sunday 12:00pm-6:00pm

Guildwood Park Events:

Saturday May 17, 2014: 5:00-8:00pm

Decay and Wilderness

Alana Bartol in collaboration with Community Arts Guild Youth Troupe
Sight Unseen: An Un-camouflaging at Guildwood

Alize Zorlutuna
The Presence of Absence: In Searching For Mendieta

Sunday June 1, 2014: 12:00pm – 6:00pm

Future Traces

Alize Zorlutuna
The Presence of Absence: In Searching For Mendieta

KAPWA Collective
The Kulintang Healing Garden Project

Saturday June 14, 2014: 5:00pm – 10:00pm


Victoria Freeman
Stand Up, Stand Out

First Story Toronto Bus Tour: Scarborough and the Guild Precinct

Cheryl L’Hirondelle 
miyohtâkosiw tâwâyihk (it sounds good in the center)


Buses will be leaving  from Spadina and Bloor on Saturday May 17th at 4:15,  and Sunday June 1st at 12:00, transporting viewers to and from Guildwood park free of charge. These buses will be leaving from the south east corner of Spadina and Bloor. There will also be a bus leaving from the Native Canadian Centre  just north of Bloor St. on Spadina ave. on Saturday June 14th at 5:00, which will include a tour of important indigenous sites in Toronto and Scarborough. To reserve a spot on any of the buses, please e-mail Please include your name, e-mail address and days you would like to reserve a spot for. This is a first come first serve situation, so e-mail early to reserve your spot!

Offsite Events:

Thursday June 12, 2014: 8:00pm at Onsite [at] OCAD U located at 230 Richmond Street West, Toronto. 

Searching for Mendieta: Variations on a story
A screening of Variations followed by a moderated conversation between artists Alize Zorlutuna and Elise Rasmussen.

Friday May 30, 2014: 5:00 – 6:00pm at the Royal Ontario Museum 
100 Queen’s Park, Toronto.

Oronhyatekha Collection
Guided Tour of Gallery of Canada: First Peoples, by Trudy Nicks, Senior Curator Emeritus, and Keith Jamieson, Six Nations Legacy consortium.

If you would like to take part in this tour please e-mail to reserve a spot.
The tour costs $20, and $15 for students, seniors, and underwaged.

Ancillary Events:

Saturday May 25, 2014: 10:00am – 4:00pm
At Guildwood park

Friends of Guild Park & gardens have invited SUMº to contribute to their walking tour Guild Park: Where Art Meets Culture walking tour, which is part of Doors open. The walks will take place at 10:00, 12:00, 2:00 and 4:00 at the Guild Saturday May 25th.

Sponsored by the University of Toronto. This outdoor tour highlights Guild Park’s collection of sculpture and architectural features preserved from some of the most notable buildings now demolished. Visitors can learn about the Guild of All Arts artists’ colony that operated on the site as well as the Guild Inn. This tour takes visitors past the top of the Scarborough Bluffs—child supervision is required. Developed by Heritage Toronto and lead by the Friends of Guild Park. Restless Precinct curatorial collective SUMº will speak about the ongoing exhibition installed at the park, and artist Bonnie Devine will speak about her installation Osterhaut Log Cabin.

Tour Guides: Janet Heise & John Mason


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