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Let’s Build Our Festival Banner!

August 21, 2022
2-6pm (in person), 4-6pm (Zoom)

401, Richmond Street West, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 1X3, Canada.
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Come decorate a giant banner with us! This drop-in space is for queer community to decorate a large fabric banner that will travel across the city to Bricks & Glitter events and beyond.

Join us online from 4 – 6 PM over Zoom (REGISTER AT THIS LINK!) OR in person from 2 – 6 pm at the Contemporary Textile Co-op (401 Richmond Ave W, Studio 109).

We’re inspired by this year’s theme ~ “My Mycelium”. Mycelium form the root systems of fungi — the largest organisms on Earth! It’s the connective tissue that binds ecosystems together and is vital to the cycles of life and death. Mycelium may be microscopic, and may grow to spread thousands of acres.

Like mycelium, Bricks and Glitter wants to connect creative and social movement lineages to help draw us closer to a world worth living in. Brick & Glitter will supply art materials ready for you to create with!

All levels of experience in crafting + sewing are welcome! All ages welcome. Experienced textile artists will be present to offer their skills and support participants as requested.



Contagious Disease Health & Safety info: We strongly encourage participants to self-monitor before attending. Masks are mandatory while inside the Textile Studio. We are not checking vaccine status at this event. If you feel sick and want to participate, please join us for the online portion on Zoom from 4-6PM OR at the next banner workshop on Friday August 26.

Blind and Low Vision: Full lighting of the space is available

Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or Other Audio Barriers: ASL interpretation is available for this event in-person. The online Zoom session (4 – 6 pm) will have auto-captioning.

Wheelchair / Scooter User / Mobility Limited:  The in-person location, the Contemporary Textile Studio Co-op, is located at 401 Richmond St W on the main floor in studio 109. There are multiple main entrances to the building with ramps and automated doors. The studio itself is wheelchair accessible. Wheelchair accessible washrooms are located outside the studio on the same level. The 401 Richmond building is accessible via TTC, GO Transit, and there are several Green P parking lots within a few blocks radius.

Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Scent Reduction / Free: Fermented dyes are used, nothing overpowering but the studio not a scent free space. There will be 2 standing fans, open windows, no AC.

Bathroom Access: Wheelchair accessible washrooms are located outside the Textile studio on the same floor. Gendered and gender neutral bathrooms available


Questions or accommodation requests? Email the event organizers, Darian ( and Camil@ (

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