Drawing Workshop with Logan MacDonald

We invite you to participate in a drawing workshop led by artist Logan MacDonald and facilitated by guest-curator Sarah-Tai Black. This workshop is an exercise in quiet tracing and features drawing activities focused on silence and audio-free learning, playing and collaboration.

Pre-registration is not required but recommended. 

Masking with a KN95, N95, or better mask is required in this space. Masks and hand sanitizer are available onsite for visitors and there is an air purifier rated for the room size in use. This is a scent-free environment — we kindly ask that you please refrain from using scented products before visiting.

Tuesday, October 31, 2023

4 – 5:30 PM
Artscape Youngplace
180 Shaw Street, #302
Toronto, ON

Illustration: Jenny Chen


a garland for patty by Chelsey Campbell (Laser-engraved Moriki Kozo, Oguni Kakishibugami, and Chiri Kozo tissue on heritage washi paper) 2022

a garland for patty
Chelsey Campbell

Manjas as Mobility Aids by Harmeet Rehal (black milk crates, old saris and dupattas, rope) 2023

Manjas as Mobility Aids
Harmeet Rehal

nadyes _ you come back by Logan MacDonald (Installation) 2022-ongoing

nadyes/you come back
Logan MacDonald

Used Pillowcases and Used Medical Supplies

Pillow Fight
Alex Dolores Salerno

m. patchwork monoceros - waiting in line at the corvid cafe (draft)

In Praise of Voice Notes and Penguin Pebbling (part of Mourning Microcosmmutes)
m. patchwork monoceros



Indebted to the words and thinking of disability justice educator Mia Mingus, wherever you are is where i want to be offers access intimacy as the un-structuring logic for our collective queer and trans crip futures. Refusing the loudly eugenicist mapping of isolation and disposability upon our disabled queer-trans-crip bodyminds, the multi-disciplinary practices platformed here speak with a loved urgency to the ways in which embodied experiences of access intimacy have the capacity to reconfigure time, space, and relation. Spanning installation to textile to video, the work of these artists proposes the act, experience, and feeling of crip kinship as a means and model of radical future-making.


SarahTai Black (they/them) is an arts curator and critic born and (mostly) raised in Treaty 13 Territory/Toronto whose work aims to center Black, queer, trans, and crip futurities and freedom work. Their curatorial work has been staged at Cambridge Art Galleries (Cambridge, ON), Dunlop Art Gallery (Regina, SK), MOCA (Toronto ON), PAVED Arts (Saskatoon, SK), and A Space Gallery (Toronto, ON).