Myseum Intersections is an annual city-wide arts and culture festival that explores Toronto through intersectional perspectives. This year’s festival taking place April – June, 2021 adopts a new hybrid model, balancing socially distanced physical exhibits with virtual exhibits, events, and experiences.
SAVING LITTLE JAMAICA
In Conversation with Cadence Weapon
We recently sat down with award-winning Canadian rapper and writer Rollie Pemberton aka Cadence Weapon, to chat about the history and preservation of Little Jamaica.
Marcus Garvey and the UNIA
A look at how an international Pan-African movement shaped Black history in Toronto, and how the city’s Black residents played a significant role in unifying people of African descent.
MYSEUM OF TORONTO
Toronto’s museum without walls
Instead of asking people to come to one location to explore art, culture, and history, Myseum delivers free and accessible programs and exhibits to all corners of the city.
Black and Indigenous
A discussion that takes a critical look into the history of over-policing in Canada and the communities most affected.
In Conversation with
Duke and David
A conversation between Duke Redbird & former Mayor David Crombie that reflects on Toronto’s history & Indigenous/Settler relations.
Your support is essential for Myseum to continue cultivating a greater appreciation for our city and the countless perspectives of its communities.
Images of Resistance: An Archive of Action
18 May 2021
In Addition: 5 Years+ of Grassroots Power with Butterfly
Talks, panels, and workshops with a focus on strengthening the arts and cultural sectors in Toronto.