Events


May
31
7:00 PM19:00

Poetry Reading / Chapbook Release

Tino Fadzwa will be hosting poetry readings with local artists and reading new work from their chapbook. This event is presented as part of Tino's Printed Matter Residency at Eyelevel.

This event is free and open to the public. See the facebook event here


About Eyelevel's location:
Eyelevel is located at suite 100 at 5663 Cornwallis Street. Please use entrance located on the right side of the parking lot for entry. There are two concrete steps leading up to our main entrance. Two all gender bathrooms are located up a flight of stairs and down the hall. A second set of bathrooms are located on the ground floor through a separate building entrance, which will be clearly marked. Please contact Julia at director@eyelevel.art for accessibility inquiries. 

Eyelevel wants to ensure our visitors and members feel safe, welcome, and comfortable in our spaces. We do not tolerate discrimination in any form, including but not limited to: racism, sexism, ableism, transphobia, queerphobia, homophobia, fatphobia, or sexual harassment of any kind. Please call or text Eyelevel staff at 902 425 6412 with any concerns. Confidentiality and anonymity will be respected♥

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May
24
7:00 PM19:00

Small Talks: Printed Matters

Second in a series of informal artist talks, Small Talks gives local artists a brief and open platform to share their work within the context of an organized theme. Within the context of ERI8, Small Talks: Printed Matters will bring together a group of artists to give 10 minute talks on any print-related topic of their choosing. Followed by an informal group discussion and opportunity for questions, artists and guests will have the chance to dig a bit deeper into common interests and new connections brought out in the process. 

Featuring talks by: 

Katherine Taylor
Ben Mosher
Emily Davidson
Kate Grey

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Our History: Facilitated Discussion with Tinofadzwa Chiome
May
17
to May 18

Our History: Facilitated Discussion with Tinofadzwa Chiome

The purpose of the discussion is to examine the differences and commonalities of colonialism between Black and Indigenous millenials or if from the African diaspora the “born free” (those born after independence of their native countries). From the genocide of indigenous people to enslavement of the African and to colonization of “Africa”, there seems to be a common thread of the colonial powers, this discussion will aim to identify the commonalities as well as tease out the differences and also speak to how we are all treaty people.

This event is free and open to the public. Visit the facebook event here.

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Sample Event
Apr
10
2:00 PM14:00

Sample Event

Testing out what it looks like when we add an event to this kind of Calendar Style page. Events will be added such as openings. artist talks, workshops, web-series, wow this is getting ambitious, and in closing, closings. 

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