ARTSIDEOUT: In Between – multidisciplinary arts festival
- 1265 Military Trail, Scarborough, ON M1C 1A4
Experience ARTSIDEOUT 2019 Thursday, October 3rd from 10am – 10pm at the University of Toronto Scarborough.
ARTSIDEOUT (ASO) is a large-scale, one-day, multidisciplinary arts festival that transforms U of T Scarborough with site-specific installations, exhibitions, performances, and film screenings. ASO is a result of wide-ranging collaboration between student organizers from various disciplines, community organizations, and passionate artists.
ARTSIDEOUT 2019: IN BETWEEN explores what it means to be in transition: in between places, in between identities, and in between decades. The in-between moments of our lives help us better understand our past, present and future. Through the creation of multidisciplinary arts, we invite you to explore your own in between moments in 2019–a year of transition.
The festival is open to the public and is FREE of admission!
We are proud to announce three headliners we are co-presenting at the festival:
1. Hungry Lake, a psychedelic folk-rock band from Toronto. Swirling guitars and enormous walls of sound are met with folk sensibilities to bring Hungry Lake’s sad stadium rock to the stage with force. The band’s musical themes depict the dark side of the Canadian dream.
Hungry Lake will be performing at the Quad stage (Zone 1) at 9:10PM
2. TyriqueOrDie, a 23 year old artist from Scarborough who makes dance music. He was recently involved with Nuit Blanche by attracting a large crowd with his music “Traphouse 4000” and made a music video around that experience.
TyriqueOrDie will be performing at the Covered stage (Zone 2) at 8:00PM
3. Cots, a new project from Steph Yates (Esther Grey, Cupcake Ductape). Borrowing elements of bossa nova, folk, jazz, and classical, Yates’s subtly unconventional composition style and poetics are at work here in a hushed and more naked voice.
Cots will be performing at the Amphitheatre (Zone 3) at 6:00PM
ARTSIDEOUT is committed to making our events are safe and accessible to all. Our venue, the U of T Scarborough, is a physically accessible space. Information on campus accessibility can be found here https://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/~ability/campus_information.html
If you have any questions or additional needs regarding safety or accessibility, please do not hesitate to contact us firstname.lastname@example.org
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