Call for Submissions & Auditions

 

See Through My Eyes

You have an amazing story, so tell it. Your words, your voice, your stories, told live.

We want to hear the stories that shape you and speak to who you are today. Talk about what you love, what scares you, what inspires you, where you come from, and how you got to where you are now. Tell us about connections, arrivals, departures, home, growing up, transformations, failures and triumphs, big or small, and everything in between.

 Stories in all languages and forms of expression on any topic are welcome.

We want to hear from student storytellers, to perform your stories this fall at See Through My Eyes, a series of live storytelling events at U of T.

  • Get tips and coaching in a series of inclusive and safe storytelling workshops
  • Record your story in CIUT Radio’s professional recording studio
  • Stories will be considered for inclusion in onefiveoh.ca
  • Stories have to be true, about you, and 2 ½ minutes long.

If you have a story to tell, or questions about this project, send an email with a few lines describing your story to day.milman@utoronto.ca.

Deadline: October 10, 2017

We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada.
Nous reconnaissons l’ appui financier du gouvernement du Canada.

This is a co-presentation between Hart House, CIUT 89.5 FM, First Nations House, Centre for International Experience, and 89 Chestnut Residence.

 


Good Ideas Fund (GIF)

Your good ideas help enhance student life. Tell us about your plan to hold a film screening, conference, exhibit, performance, or other activity and you could be awarded up to $1000 towards making it happen. Or apply for $500 in support for student-initiated experiential learning opportunities. The Good Ideas Fund is open to University of Toronto students.


Talking Walls

Talking Walls is a well-travelled space that provides an opportunity for groups and individuals to exhibit socially conscious, thought-provoking art works or documentary images. The exhibition space is open to students, community groups, members of the university community and the public who are interested communicating ideas, asking questions, and creating dialogue around contemporary issues through their work. Talking Walls seeks to build understanding and awareness by giving voice to challenging and engaged works.

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