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September 28: Shameless Magazine Launch Party + Skillshare

September 24th, 2013     by Team Shameless     Comments

Shameless magazine is holding a launch party and skillshare for the new sports issue!

Come to an all ages party at to see some great bands from Girls Rock Camp - Pins and Needles, City Sailors, and Brighid Fry - as well as readers from Toronto Street Writers!! We’ll also have food from Urban Herbivore!

$5 admission (comes with a free issue of the magazine!)

Saturday, September 28 4 pm The Academy of the Impossible 231 Wallace Ave Toronto, Ontario M6H 1V5 This venue is accessible

If you identify as youth and are interested in an amazing movement and dance workshop, check out the information below!

Shameless Superheroes: a movement, dance and storytelling workshop for youth, with shaunga tagore

there is a superhero living in all of us! we all have resilient and badass ways of dealing with the difficult, scary and/or oppressive stuff we go through every day. whether it’s coming up with a sassy retort on the fly to street harassment, rockin your favourite outfit even if it goes against gender norms, being a great listener to a friend in need, and so much more.

this workshop will help us all tap into our own unique inner superhero. we’ll use dance, movement, written and voice techniques to tell our shameless stories. we’ll also learn a fun and simple dance routine to perform at the following shameless mag launch party!

the workshop runs from 2-3:30, and if you’re interested in attending please register here -

5$ cover

bio: shaunga tagore / scorpio rising is an arts educator, community organizer and performance artist who uses writing, voice, music, film and burlesque as methods of storytelling. her approach to teaching, creating space and sharing art is body affirming, consensual and anti-oppressive. she’s also a self-identified superqueero, cat lady and astrology nerd.

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