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  • Rainbow Cupcakes

    Date : Sep 09 2013, 1 pm - 3 pm
    This event is being held at the St. George campus

    The Sexual & Gender Diversity Office is inviting you for an afternoon of cupcake decorating (and eating!). While we enjoy our cupcake creations, we can chat about sexual and gender diversity in Toronto and how to connect with our fabulous lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer communities on campus. We’ve got lots of exciting things to share as you … continue reading
  • We Will Do Our Part: The University of Toronto and the Great War

    Date : Jan 27 - May 02 2014, 9 am - 5 pm
    Sponsored by : Alumni Affairs (Advancement)
    This event is being held at the St. George campus

    The Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library is hosting an exhibition, mounted by the University of Toronto Archives, examines the role the university played in the First World War. Free of charge Mon.–Fri. 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Thurs. to 8 p.m. 120 St. George Street. More information: 416-978-5285 or http://fisher.library.utoronto.ca/events-exhibits … continue reading
  • Education & Justice in Toronto

    Date : Apr 24 2014, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
    This event is being held at the St. George campus

    The Justice in Toronto Lecture Series addresses some of the sources of injustice in Toronto and proposes ways to make the city more just. In each event, an academic scholar has been paired with a city activist. On Thursday, April 24, we present the last lecture of the year: Education & Justice in Toronto. FEATURED SPEAKERS: Annie Kidder, Executive … continue reading
  • Movie-Making 101

    Date : May 05 2014, 6 pm - 10 pm
    This event is being held at the St. George campus

    This class will help newcomers navigate the worlds of film and video-making. We demystify the field, knock down barriers and help you get started. Students leave with a good sense of how to further their education and with simple tips to get started on no-budget projects. FREE to members of the Hart House Film Board who register in person … continue reading
  • Voice and Speech: An Introduction

    Date : May 05 - Jun 23 2014, 7 pm - 9 pm
    This event is being held at the St. George campus

    “The Human Voice is the organ of the soul.” Henry Long Fellow This class will guide you to open up your voice through breath awareness and physical and vocal explorations. Enhance communication by identifying habits that restrict your voice from being free and expressive. Discover how to deal with vocal stress patterns and to make authentic connections to words … continue reading
  • Joy of Conversation

    Date : May 10 - May 14 2014, 10 am - 4 pm
    This event is being held at the St. George campus

    Discover the freedom and joy of social communication. Be inspired and encouraged to verbally and physically express yourself without fear in social situations. Through humour, mixed with practical activities, improvisations and acting exercises, students will discover their own voice and develop personal charisma and presence in social communication. Both verbal and non-verbal exploration will be used. Discover the freedom, … continue reading
  • Documenting Fieldwork

    Date : May 10 - May 11 2014, 12 pm - 4 pm
    This event is being held at the St. George campus

    This practical, hands-on class is ideal for anyone wanting to create an audio-visual presentation as part of their course work or as a personal project. You will learn simple tips to gathering better pictures and sound, how to conduct effective interviews, and how to identify additional media (B-roll) with the editing process in mind. For graduate students, this qualifies … continue reading
  • Improv: Introduction to the 5 Skills

    Date : May 10 - Jun 22 2014, 4 pm - 6:30 pm
    This event is being held at the St. George campus

    This introductory improv class will hone your skills in areas that are key to good improv and to living a positive, productive and playful life. Led by academic and experienced improviser Julian Frid, students will drill exercises that enrich listening (the words people say, the inflection, the body language), which leads to better acceptance (realizing the reality positively), and … continue reading
  • Improv Level 2: Long Form Games and Structure

    Date : May 11 - Jun 23 2014, 4 pm - 6:30 pm
    This event is being held at the St. George campus

    This level 2 improv class will explore scene work and strengthen existing p improv skills. A review of some of the tools of improv (yes and, tasking, intention, POV, status, game of the scene) will then lead to focusing on scene-work. How to sustain a scene through game and character, editing techniques between scenes, techniques to narrate and host, … continue reading
  • Freedom from Self-Consciousness

    Date : May 14 - Jun 25 2014, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
    This event is being held at the St. George campus

    This workshop will investigate the issue of self-consciousness and how to overcome it. A variety of tools and useful techniques from the actors process will be used to help the individual unleash the inner self and overcome tensions that have prevented them from doing so in the past. Somewhere within is the authentic self waiting to be revealed. This … continue reading

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