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The iAM Program

 
 

An 8-week program offered year-round where youth aged 12-25 from underserved communities across the Greater Toronto Area receive arts and social justice training from some of our city’s most talented artists. We love this program so much that we’re willing to call it the best of its kind in the country!

 

This is how it works:

 

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In 2016, our iAM program worked with 25 newcomers from Syria, Iraq, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. iAM is a short film by directed Shanik Tanna and Chrisann Hessing that takes a deeper look at this program.

In 2017, we partnered up with the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto and worked with youth to better understand what reconciliation meant to them through their lived experiences.

Over 135 participant spots were filled in our 2018 iAM Program. See some footage from our 2018 workshops.

Since 2018, we’ve worked with nearly 200 youth to curate exhibitions on social justice topics like intersectionality, reconciliation, the refugee experience, and homelessness.   Click here for past works.

Since 2018, we’ve worked with nearly 200 youth to curate exhibitions on social justice topics like intersectionality, reconciliation, the refugee experience, and homelessness. Click here for past works.

A true collaboration.

 
 

The iAM Program is made possible with the generous support of our partners, artists, and press.

 
 
 

Interested in joining the program? Register below!

 
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