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St-Emilie Skillshare

6 September 2010 No Comment


St-Emilie SkillShare is a “radical community art space” – Offering workshops, performances, shared facilities for art-making.

The Ste-Emilie SkillShare is a group of artists and activists, primarily people of colour and queer people, committed to promoting artistic expression and self-representation in our communities. The Skillshare collective runs an art studio for people to learn new skills, share their skills, and create art in the spirit of revolution and anti-oppression (anti-racism/ sexism/ classism/ homophobia/ transphobia/ ableism/ sizeism/ etc). Our space is open to all. Long live skill-sharing!

We host open studios (Saturdays) from 1-6pm and workshops, open to the public, for cheap or by donation.

Our space includes a silkscreen studio (fabric and paper), a black and white photo darkroom, solid sewing machines, craft supplies, a kids’ room and a ‘zine distro/library. (Please note that some but not all supplies are available on site, depending on what ya wanna do). We accept donations during (from supplies to cash) to help keep the space running (talk to us for more details).

Ste-Emilie Skillshare

3942, rue Ste-Emilie

Metro Place-Saint-Henri

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