On June 1, the AGO celebrates a vision of Pride created by the programmers of Blockorama, its longest running stage, featuring a headlining performance by Junglepussy.
Pride Toronto 2017 celebrates its official launch at the AGO with a visionary program created by the collective Blackness Yes, who have programmed the legendary Blockorama stage for nearly 20 years. The night brings together DJs artist projects, performances, talks, interactives, special installations and a performance by the New York-based hip hop artist Junglepussy to celebrate Black queer and trans lives, art and activism, and all things Pride!
DJ sets by DJ Dabz and DJ Craig Dominic
Artist projects by Melisse Watson, Rodeney Diverlus and Ella Cooper
A special installation of artist-designed banners created for the Blockorama stage
Pop-up talks by artists, activists and curators including Barak adé Soleil
Hands-on interactive art-making Nadijah Robinson
An artist-designed program by Amber Williams King
A headlining set by Junglepussy at 10 pm in Walker Court
Plus, more surprises to be announced...
And of course, it wouldn’t be First Thursday without delicious food in our Night Market, drinks and dancing. Plus, don’t miss Out of the Vaults, our monthly one-night-only installation of rarely seen works from the AGO collection. Start your summer off with a celebration of community power at the AGO. All are welcome!
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