Last updated: October 5, 2021 ACCESSING THE ARQUIVES This fall, The ArQuives is open on a very limited basis, following the guidance of public health and government authorities on the evolving COVID-19 situation.
Stop by 34 Isabella any evening from now until Nov 2nd to see the incredible public installation by Toronto artist Abdi Osman, building on his ongoing research surrounding the gaps between experiences and representations of queer cruising, space- and place-making in the city.
In partnership with Salaam Canada, The ArQuives is looking to engage a part-time contract researcher/writer to assist in creating a history of LGBTQ+ Muslims in celebration of Salaam Canada’s 30th Anniversary.
The ArQuives is happy to announce that Pride Toronto has jointly selected The ArQuives and Breakaway Community Services as their prestigious Honoured Groups and Charities of Choice for the 2021 Phygital Festival!
By Elio Colavito and Alisha Stranges The Pussy Palace Oral History Project is fully underway, and with that, The ArQuives’ and LGBTQ History Digital Collaboratory’s oral historians encountered unique challenges due to the pandemic which has required us to conduct all interviews remotely.
By Elio Colavito and Alisha Stranges The Pussy Palace Oral History Project, a collaboration between The ArQuives and the LGBTQ+ Oral History Digital Collaboratory, has finally reached the interviewing stage.