At The ArQuives, we believe in the importance of acting as an educational resource to the community.
Our main avenues for providing educational support are through presentations about our LGBTQ2+ Inclusive Education resources for high schools, presentations about our collections, tours of our Jared Sessions House, where we hold public programming and our collections reside, and walking tours of Toronto’s LGBTQ2+ historical neighbourhoods.
Exhibition: JOY. SORROW. ANGER. LOVE. PRIDE.Collision Gallery 18 Wellington St W, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
JOY. SORROW. ANGER. LOVE. PRIDE. A celebration of Toronto Pride, from 1970 to Present Launched [...]
Stratford Festival: QUEER HISTORY IN CANADATom Patterson Theatre | Stratford Festival 11 Lakeside Dr, Stratford, Ontario, Canada
Scholars and experts join host Thom Allison (director of Rent) in a conversation about Canada’s 2SLGBTQ+ history, focusing on post-WW2 through to the present.
Queer Trivia: 2SLGBTQIA+ StoriesGlad Day Bookshop 499 Church St, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Join us in celebrating Pride through queer trivia on Wednesday, June 14th, at Glad Day [...]
The ArQuives: Open HouseThe ArQuives 34 Isabella Street, 2nd Floor, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Please join us on June 17, 2023, from 10 am to 5 pm to help celebrate [...]
Len and Cub: A Queer HistoryThe ArQuives 34 Isabella Street, 2nd Floor, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Leonard “Len” Keith (1891-1950) and Joseph “Cub” Coates (1899-1965) were two young men living in [...]