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Marusya Bociurkiw

Artist. Activist. Academic.

 

 

 

 

 

Director of The Studio for Media Activism & Critical Thought. Intersectional feminism, queer/race theory, digital media, artivism,media activism in the academy, collaborating with students, artists and academics. 

TALKS/READINGS/SCREENINGS

 

Food Was Her Country Book Tour!

Portland, Maine

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 22

Sneak preview of Food Was Her Country: The Memoir of a Queer Daughter at "Outspoken: An LGBT Author Festival", P

Edmonton, Alberta

FRIDAY OCTOBER 5, 7PM

Edmonton Launch of FOOD WAS HER COUNTRY, Audrey's Books 10702 Jasper Avenue. 

Vancouver, B.C.

TUESDAY OCTOBER 9, 7PM

Vancouver Launch of FOOD WAS HER COUNTRY, Massy Books, 229 E Georgia St.,

 

Nanaimo, B.C.

FRIDAY OCT 12, 7PM

Literacy Central, 19 Commercial St.

Toronto

FRIDAY OCTOBER 19, 7:30 PM

Toronto Launch of FOOD WAS HER COUNTRY, St Vladimir's Institute, 620 Spadina, 7:30 PM. Sponsored by Another Story Bookshop.

Montréal, P.Q.

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10, 3PM

Montréal launch of FOOD WAS HER COUNTRY

L'Euguélionne Bookstore 1426 rue Beaudry 

ARCHIVE

July 28 2018 Colour My World Exhibition, Brighton UK

Screening of "This Is Gay Propaganda"
 

April 2018

Burchfield-Penney Art Centre, Buffalo NY USA,

Screening of "This Is Gay Propaganda"

Feb 28 2018

"Unspoken Territories: An Evening with Marusya Bociurkiw"

In conversation with Marta Baziuk, sponsored by the Petro Jacyk Program for the Study of Ukraine. University of Toronto.

October 27 2017, PLATFORMA FESTIVAL FOR MIGRANT ARTS, Newcastle UK.

"Displacement & Art in an Age of Hostility" Workshop with ELENA MARCHEVSKA & screening of "This Is Gay Propaganda: LGBT Rights & the War in Ukraine"

October 21 2017 INTERNATIONAL AUTHORS FESTIVAL AT HARBOURFRONT Toronto

Reading from the collection Unbound: Ukrainian Canadians Writing Home

"Today A Film Screening, Tomorrow an Orgy"

CANADIAN COMMUNICATION ASSOCIATION,

RYERSON UNIVERSITY June 2 2017, 8:30 AM

RCC 359A, 80 Gould St., Toronto Canada

"Queering the Border: Digital Storymaking with LGBTQ Refugees"

LONDON SOUTH BANK UNIVERSITY

MAY 11 2017 4PM Borough Road Gallery

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