Wah Wah Reading Group Series: Mental Health and Housing Justice featuring Diana Yoon from Friends of ChinatownTO

Wah Wah Reading Group Series: Mental Health and Housing Justice featuring Diana Yoon from Friends of ChinatownTO

Illustration of a mouth agape on a pink background with raindrops.

Moderators: Jessica Jang and Diana Yoon

Wah Wah reading group is for Pan-Asian artists and cultural producers to discuss issues of art and mental health in an inclusive setting. Participants receive selected content to read/view prior to meeting. This event is designed to be casual, friendly, and non-academic; Asian-identified artists of all ages, sexual orientations, gender expressions, and dis/abilities are welcome. Free to join! Snacks provided!

For more info: https://www.facebook.com/events/2516741378574145/
Moderators: Jessica Jang and Diana Yoon
Peer support: Amanda
Space is limited, please register by February 18.

To register, please email jessica_jang@workmanarts.com with:
– Name and number
– Short description of why you would like to join / affiliation with FOCT or Workman Arts
– Whether you have access needs or concerns

  • Sunday, February 23, 2 -4 PM
Tea Base

Chinatown Centre, Unit C1, 222 Spadina Ave.
Toronto, Ontario

ACCESSIBILITY

Tea Base (has a “Xuang Huong” sign) is located in the basement, behind the stage of the Chinatown Centre. The easiest access, with no stairs, is the entrance beside the ‘Super 8 hotel lobby’ sign that says Chinatown Centre. There are two elevators that can take you directly to Tea Base (concourse/food court level). There is a gender neutral washroom in the space, and gendered washrooms elsewhere on that floor of the mall. The malls washrooms are only semi-accessible.

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