Join us at U of T Scarborough as we celebrate Indigenous Education Week, with a screening of short documentary films by Indigenous artists from across Canada, curated by the imagineNATIVE Film + Media Festival -- the world's largest presenter of Indigenous screen content. This film programme contemplates the spirit of the athlete, in all its sporting and cultural embodiments. From bareback horse riding to race car driving, in the water or on the land, Indigenous bodies are a beautiful force of motion in a variety of physical and cultural arenas.

Admission is FREE and all are welcome -- this screening is open to the public! Co-presented by the Doris McCarthy Gallery and the Indigenous Outreach Program, Department of Student Life, University of Toronto Scarborough.

This program accompanies Jalani Morgan's exhibition '9 Bats' at the Doris McCarthy Gallery (September 24 - November 30, 2019). Playful, yet inherently political, the exhibition addresses issues of representation, myth making, and unforgetting Black histories, through the lens of baseball.