Due to the fact that the Rendezvous With Madness Festival will be operating from both an onsite and online space, viewers will be joining us from various points around the world. We encourage you to take a moment to consider the place where you are currently located and to acknowledge the Indigenous people who are the original caretakers of the land you are on. 

Workman Arts would like to acknowledge the Indigenous land on which we are located; Toronto comes from the Kanien’kéha word Tkaronto, which can be translated as “where the trees meet the water.” It is part of the traditional territories of many nations: the Huron Wendat, the Haudenosaunee, and the Anishinaabe and the Mississaugas of the Credit.

Workman Arts recognizes this is an ongoing dialogue; we are grateful to live and work on this land with all people — those Indigenous to Turtle Island and those from all over the world.

To find out what land you are located on please click below:

Workman Arts / CAMH Auditorium,
2400-1025 Queen Street West at Ossington

Artscape Youngplace,
Workman Arts Offsite,
180 Shaw Street, Suite 302, north of Queen

Tangled Art + Disability,
401 Richmond Street West, Suite 124 at Spadina Avenue

Comedy Bar,
945 Bloor Street West

Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema